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Call Of Cthulhu’s Upcoming Title Terror Paths Coming Soon


Announced this week, Sandy Petersen is returning to bring Call of Cthulhu to a different medium on the tabletop. As a new board game: Call of Cthulhu Terror Paths brings players into a new tabletop setting. 

Weekender: WIN Warhammer 40K Indomitus + New Necron & Space Marine Miniatures!


In this episode we're looking at the new Warhammer 40,000: Indomitus box and giving our opinions on the new models PLUS exploring the fantastic and piratical world of Freebooter's Fate!

Get A Peek At Petersen Games’ Dinosaur 1944 Kickstarter


Petersen Games are going to be on Kickstarter soon with their wild pulp adventure, Dinosaur 1944. There was a preview recently of what they're offering on Kickstarter and it certainly has the dinosaur fan in me smiling. 

Petersen Games Tease Dinosaur 1944; WWII + Prehistoric Monsters!


Petersen Games, famous for the likes of Cthulhu Wars, Glorantha and the like are going down another quirky route with their new board game that was teased this week.

Weekender: Warhammer 40K TV Series – What Do You Want To See?


We've got burning questions to answer, indie companies to explore and ask YOU to have your say on the OTT Gaming Awards for 2020.

Petersen Games Brings Colossal Cthuhlu To The Tabletop


We've all been there: you go to all the effort of summoning Cthulhu from the depths of the abyss only to find when he arrives he's far too small to inflict terror and madness on your enemies.

Cthulhu Wars Onslaught Three Closes In On Final Days


Cthulhu Wars Onslaught Three is closing in on its finals days on Kickstarter.

The Pulgasaur Dominates The Skyline From Petersen Games


Petersen Games, who seem to love their monsters and crushing our poor cities into dust, have shown off this rather fantastic Pulgasaur model.

Orcs Must Die Video Game Gets Board Game Adaptation!


Have you played Orcs Must Die on the computer or games console and wish you could play it on your dining room table too? Well, Petersen games are making that happen!

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