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Capstone Announce Direct-Customer Subscription Service


Providing customers their favourite Capstone titles with 20% off, priority shipping and newsletters for members only in the new Capstone+ membership. 

Capstone Games Rework Terra Mystica With Simplified Terra Nova!


Terra Nova is a new board game coming to the tabletop soon from the folks at Capstone Games. This is a reimplementation and reworking of the hit strategy board game Terra Mystica which has been simplified to make it easier to dive into.

Expand Player-Count & Go Solo In Riftforce Expansion: Beyond


Riftforce: Beyond is making its way to the tabletop this August. Bringing new game modes and new guilds to flex in the fast-paced, fantasy card game.

The Best Fantasy Orcs! Has Mantic Cracked It? + Infinity’s TAG Raid Hits Kickstarter! #OTTWeekender


It's OTT Weekender Time! Has Mantic cracked it and made the best Fantasy Orcs? PLUS, Infinity's TAG Raid hits Kickstarter.

Manage A Conservation-Centric Zoo In Ark Nova


Capstone Games have announced their pre-order for Ark Nova, a zoo management board game that puts conservation first.

Will New Fantasy Football Game Myth & Goal Replace Blood Bowl? + WIN 40K Kill Team! #OTTWeekender

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It's OTTWeekender Time! Will this Avatar RPG hit 5 MILLION on Kickstarter PLUS you can still get us to 100K subs on YouTube and win Warhammer 40K: Kill Team Octarius!

Become A Highly-Skilled Engineer In Board Game Corrosion


Would you consider yourself quite the tinkerer? A skilled engineer to put tools to the test and build machines thrust with steam mechanics and oil. Capstone Games have recently announced their partnership with Deep Print Games bringing Corrosion to the tabletop, as players take the responsibility to manage their own engineering shop, whilst simultaneously working on machines to ensure that all runs as smoothly as... a well-oiled machine!

Become The Best Beast In Race For The Chinese Zodiac


Legend has it that a long time ago, mankind was ignorant to the extent of not knowing how to count or tell the years apart. The ever-benevolent Jade Emperor wanted to help mankind out. From there, the idea of a twelve-year cycle and the naming of each year in the cycle after an animal was born.

Become An Oil Oligarch In The Upcoming Pipeline


Do you love money and hate the earth? Well, it's time for you to shine like the slick pile of prehistoric ooze you are as you put on your best ten-gallon hat and Texan drawl in Pipeline.

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