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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > January 2018 (#14) > Hunt for the Ring

Hunt for the Ring

Hobbits and hidden movement make for a perfect pair

Hunt for the Ring is the latest Tolkien adaptation from two of the masters of capturing the author’s epic fantasy world of Middle-earth on the tabletop: War of the Ring co-creators Francesco Nepitello and Marco Maggi. This time, the pair has teamed up with hidden movement expert Gabriele Mari, best known for Jack the Ripper favourites Letters from Whitechapel and Whitehall Mystery, and scaled down their scope from simulating the entirety of the Lord of the Rings trilogy to focusing on just the opening of Fellowship of the Ring as Frodo and his hobbit companions attempt to flee the pursuing Nazgûl and reach Bree before moving on to Rivendell.

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January’s issue of Tabletop Gaming includes an exclusive preview of post-apocalyptic miniatures game Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, a chat with Mice & Mystics creator Jerry Hawthorne about his latest tale Stuffed Fables, a delve into the dark world of fake board games – including tips on how to spot a counterfeit in your collection – and much, much more. Reviews include Azul, Pulsar 2849, Civilization: A New Dawn, Dungeons & Dragons: Xanathar’s Guide to Everything, Indian Summer, Clank! In! Space!, Queendomino, Raxxon, Hunt for the Ring, Photosynthesis, Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate and many more.