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Tabletop Gaming  |  Issue Ten  


Cover feature: Bears vs Babies: We chat with Elan Lee about following up Exploding Kittens with this hilarious monster mash-up set to be the summer’s biggest hit.

GKR: Heavy Hitters: We take a dive into the world of Giant Killer Robots with senior concept designer Paul Tobin.

Infection at Outpost 31: A beautiful adaptation of John Carpenter’s seminal horror film The Thing.

Pro gaming special: How champions turned their hobby into a profession.

First Martians: Designer Ignacy Trzewiczek guides us through his highly anticipated Adventures on the Red Planet.

Tales from the Loop: We talk to the makers of the throwback RPG.

The Ultimate Gaming Room: A look at what you should be cramming into your tabletop haven.

PLUS
• Cooking With Dice: Roleplaying with real-life cookery.
• The Occult on the Tabletop: The influence of tarot cards and Ouija board.
• Survive: Escape from Atlantis!: We look back at the beloved adventure game.
• The Making of… Star Wars X-Wing
• Painting Guide: Runewars
• A Dungeon Master’s Guide to RPGs
• Ten of the Best: 10 Budget Games for Under a Tenner
• Introduction to… Pathfinder
• My Favourite Game: Cry Havoc designer Grant Rodiek
• First Turn: Acclaimed Citadels creator Bruno Faidut
• Club Spotlight: Redditch Wargaming Society
• Shop Spotlight: Southampton’s Board in the City
• Played: 20 games and accessories reviewed
Tabletop Gaming is the the UK’s only magazine celebrating ALL genres of Tabletop Gaming goes bi-monthly in 2017! There will be six jam-packed issues with exclusive interviews with famous designers, in-depth features and reviews of the greatest games plus new scenarios and hobby tips.

Whether you love family games like King of Tokyo, card games like Netrunner or wargames such as Kings of War, this is the magazine for you!
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Tabletop Gaming magazine subscription.

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There are so few good tabletop gaming magazines being published today, which is strange, considering the resurgence in traditional gaming. Aside from the 3 popular miniature war gaming magazines, there's a serious lack of magazine style content for serious board gamers. So it was with much anticipation that I looked forward to the publication of Tabletop Gaming last year, which promised broad coverage of ALL types of tabletop games (board, card, minis games). It has not disappointed. Besides lavish visuals, the magazine offers dozens of quick-hitting game reviews, combined with some in-depth interviews of companies and game designers, and features on hot games. It's a fun read and highly recommended. I've just re-upped my subscription for another year. Keep up the good work guys!

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Tabletop Gaming Issue Ten.

WELCOME So, we’re here: the 11th year of UK Games Expo, which also means the second anniversary of Tabletop Gaming. It’s been quite a ride and a lot’s changed – we’ve gained a new editor (me!) and jumped up ...
LOOKING RAD While video games arriving on the tabletop is about as common as breathing nowadays, we were pleasantly surprised to hear that legendary post-apocalyptic RPG series Fallout will be the next virtual c...
GREEN WITH ENVY… OR SOMETHING ELSE Eric Lang’s Blood Rage follow-up Rising Sun recently ousted Zombicide: Black Plague from the top of Cool Mini or Not’s list of Kickstarter success stories, but the publisher already has plans to brea...
CHAOS IN KENT One of the UK’s biggest and best online games retailers, Chaos Cards, has opened a real-life shop down in Folkestone, Kent. At 4,000 square feet, the location has got a fair bit of space to ch...
CUT THE AIR WITH A SCYTHE If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that Scythe was one of our very favourite games of last year – and, in fact, we even felt it could well be one of the best games we’ve ever played. It might se...
SEEING RED Cold War paranoia has never looked as geek chic as it does in Red Scare, a new social deduction game that makes use of some fabulously lo-fi decoder glasses to allow some players to read secret codes...
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Tabletop Gaming   |   Issue Ten   


Cover feature: Bears vs Babies: We chat with Elan Lee about following up Exploding Kittens with this hilarious monster mash-up set to be the summer’s biggest hit.

GKR: Heavy Hitters: We take a dive into the world of Giant Killer Robots with senior concept designer Paul Tobin.

Infection at Outpost 31: A beautiful adaptation of John Carpenter’s seminal horror film The Thing.

Pro gaming special: How champions turned their hobby into a profession.

First Martians: Designer Ignacy Trzewiczek guides us through his highly anticipated Adventures on the Red Planet.

Tales from the Loop: We talk to the makers of the throwback RPG.

The Ultimate Gaming Room: A look at what you should be cramming into your tabletop haven.

PLUS
• Cooking With Dice: Roleplaying with real-life cookery.
• The Occult on the Tabletop: The influence of tarot cards and Ouija board.
• Survive: Escape from Atlantis!: We look back at the beloved adventure game.
• The Making of… Star Wars X-Wing
• Painting Guide: Runewars
• A Dungeon Master’s Guide to RPGs
• Ten of the Best: 10 Budget Games for Under a Tenner
• Introduction to… Pathfinder
• My Favourite Game: Cry Havoc designer Grant Rodiek
• First Turn: Acclaimed Citadels creator Bruno Faidut
• Club Spotlight: Redditch Wargaming Society
• Shop Spotlight: Southampton’s Board in the City
• Played: 20 games and accessories reviewed
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Tabletop Gaming magazine print subscription.
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