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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Tabletop Gaming is the UK's ONLY magazine dedicated to all genres of Tabletop Gaming, now out every month.

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Tabletop Gaming  |  July 2018 (#20)  


Magic: The Gathering 25th Anniversary Special: In a massive 10-page celebration of the world’s biggest card game, designers, artists and fans tell us why Magic remains so enchanting a quarter-century on – including a look back on the game’s origins by creator Richard Garfield, an interview with head designer Mark Rosewater about his lifelong love of the game and Magic memories from famous fans, artists and pros.

RuneQuest: As the fantasy icon returns this summer, creators Steve Perrin and Greg Stafford tell us how they changed roleplaying forever with their revolutionary RPG set in a world of gods and myths. Plus, we give our thoughts on the latest edition, Roleplaying in Glorantha!

Champions of the Galaxy: Tom Filsinger has been devising storylines, characters and mechanics for his ambitious dice-based wrestling game for over 30 years. He looks back on his time with the game, reveals its beginnings, and considers how his outlook and his process as a designer has changed over the years.

Ogre: Legendary designer Steve Jackson revisits his influential 1977 wargame that put players in the seat of an unstoppable monster tank.

CIA Games Declassified: We play the previously top-secret board and card games created by the US intelligence agency to train its agents, and reveal how you can try them for yourself at home.

Capstone Games: Clay Ross discusses the rise in popularity of complex games and his work to resurrect some of the tabletop’s heavyweights.

Reviewed:
Century: Eastern Wonders
A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game
Dungeons & Dragons: Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes
The Mind
Decrypto
Kero
History of the World
Imaginarium
Shards of Infinity
Space Base
Big Trouble in Little China: The Game
Fantastiqa: Rival Realms
Drop It
Fae

Plus much, much more!
Tabletop Gaming is the UK's ONLY magazine dedicated to all genres of Tabletop Gaming, now out every month.

Be the FIRST to read world-beating interviews with top designers about the biggest upcoming games, with unparalleled behind-the-scenes access

Before anyone else! Check out our definitive reviews of the latest releases before anyone else
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Tabletop Gaming magazine subscription.

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   Fantastic magazine Reviewed Monday, June 6, 2016 SUBSCRIBER
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 July 2018 (#20).

Welcome Now Playing… The Mind It’s hard to imagine my childhood without TCGs: hours spent swapping Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! cards in the playground, hundreds of pocket-money pounds spe...
At a Glance KING OF TOKYO, SUSHI GO!, KINGDOMINO, SUB TERRA AND THE CHAMELEON CREATORS BRINGING AWARD-WINNING FAMILY FAVOURITES AND PARTY HITS TO TABLETOP GAMING LIVE Big Potato, Blue Orange, Iello, Inside...
First Turn Before stranding us as Robinson Crusoe or those First Martians, Poland’s top designer bashed together a silly party game named Machina that accidentally changed his life IGNACY TRZEWICZEK Interv...
10 of the Best Unplug and give those square eyes a rest: plenty of digital games have made the leap into the analogue world, but the results can be varied. If you’re looking for a high score, though, you won’t go wr...
Role Call Ninjas, superspies, Middle-earth and a journey to the far wilds of Venus Words by John Dodd ADVENTURES IN MIDDLE-EARTH: ERIADOR ADVENTURES A follow up to the Rivendell sourceook, this con...
All the Jahres Replaying the winners of the Spiel des Jahres so you don’t have to Words by James Wallis | Pictures by Ozzy Beck THE SETTLERS OF CATAN Year of win: 1995 Designer: Klaus Teuber Number of p...
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Tabletop Gaming   |   July 2018 (#20)   


Magic: The Gathering 25th Anniversary Special: In a massive 10-page celebration of the world’s biggest card game, designers, artists and fans tell us why Magic remains so enchanting a quarter-century on – including a look back on the game’s origins by creator Richard Garfield, an interview with head designer Mark Rosewater about his lifelong love of the game and Magic memories from famous fans, artists and pros.

RuneQuest: As the fantasy icon returns this summer, creators Steve Perrin and Greg Stafford tell us how they changed roleplaying forever with their revolutionary RPG set in a world of gods and myths. Plus, we give our thoughts on the latest edition, Roleplaying in Glorantha!

Champions of the Galaxy: Tom Filsinger has been devising storylines, characters and mechanics for his ambitious dice-based wrestling game for over 30 years. He looks back on his time with the game, reveals its beginnings, and considers how his outlook and his process as a designer has changed over the years.

Ogre: Legendary designer Steve Jackson revisits his influential 1977 wargame that put players in the seat of an unstoppable monster tank.

CIA Games Declassified: We play the previously top-secret board and card games created by the US intelligence agency to train its agents, and reveal how you can try them for yourself at home.

Capstone Games: Clay Ross discusses the rise in popularity of complex games and his work to resurrect some of the tabletop’s heavyweights.

Reviewed:
Century: Eastern Wonders
A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game
Dungeons & Dragons: Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes
The Mind
Decrypto
Kero
History of the World
Imaginarium
Shards of Infinity
Space Base
Big Trouble in Little China: The Game
Fantastiqa: Rival Realms
Drop It
Fae

Plus much, much more!
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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