February 4, 2016 by deltagamegirl22
The official countdown to launch is on for the much anticipated, steampunk world of Twisted from Demented Games! They’ve announced that we’ll see the game hit Kickstarter on February 16th and there’s plenty of good stuff in store for us all…
On top of the really beautiful minis we’ve seen up to this point, the Kickstarter will have loads of goodies not yet seen, and the fellas have been good enough to give Beasts of War a few sneak peaks!
If you take a good look at the Kickstarter announcement, you’ll notice a couple of gems right there – including a lovely steampunk building, No. 42 Carver Lane, and the new face, The Gentlefolk Flowerseller.
I love the quirky look of the steampunk building. It’s wonderful to see that Demented Games has given such thought into creating a tangible world for Twisted, and to know that gamers will have a way to set the scene for their games as the characters search for or protect the Machine. The Gentlefolk Flowerseller looks fantastic as well, offering a lovely handful of flowers to draw her prey in closer.
We’ve also gotten a peek at new concept art for the Gentlefolk Lancer! I cannot wait to see this guy as a miniature. As a Servant of Engine, loaded with mechanical flair, in a stunning horse form, he’s sure to be an impressive mini.
The Dickensians cannot be outdone, so we’ve gotten to see a new mini for them too. The Urkin Shaman has a real talent with voodoo, shrunken heads and all. His creative use of magic will undoubtedly be useful in their quest for the Machine.
The rich background to the world of Twisted will captivate gamers and help create a wonderful understanding of the factions and their motivations. The playful connection to historical and fictional characters, such as Ollyver, represented in the world will only add to the charm.
Are you counting the days to the Twisted Launch?
"If you take a good look at the Kickstarter announcement, you'll notice a couple of gems right there - including a lovely steampunk building, No. 42 Carver Lane, and the new face, The Gentlefolk Flowerseller..."