Olmec Games Releasing Ulaya Chronicles In March!

January 4, 2022 by brennon

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Olmec Games is going to be releasing Ulaya Chronicles: Raptor Claw Island in March this year! This is their ace campaign-based boxed game that takes place within the world of The Drowned Earth.

Ulaya Chronicles Raptor Claw Island - Olmec Games

Ulaya Chronicles: Raptor Claw Island // Olmec Games

Ulaya Chronicles Raptor Claw Island works for one-to-four players and is either played solo or cooperative. Throughout the game, which comes with standees rather than miniatures, you'll take part in a ten-part branching story where you have to deal with AI-controlled dinosaurs and pirates!

Ulaya Chronicles Cards - Olmec Games

Ulaya Chronicles Cards // Olmec Games

The game is a lot of fun and we actually got to play it back when the Kickstarter launched in 2020.

Let's Play - Ulaya Chronicles | Olmec Games

As well as containing the rules for playing out Ulaya Chronicles, you've also got rules in there for using AI dinosaurs in your games of The Drowned Earth. The rules are very similar here to the miniatures game and you could even use this as a gateway into the larger (and vibrant!) world of The Drowned Earth.

Ulaya Chronicles Miniatures

You can also replace the standees from Ulaya Chronicles with some of the amazing metal miniatures that are also going to be dropping in March.

Ulaya Chronicles Miniatures - Olmec Games

Ulaya Chronicles Miniatures // Olmec Games

You'll find miniatures for the heroes, the villains and of course, the dinosaurs. So, if you want to play the game first with the standees and then upgrade, you can easily do so. This might also be a good option for those wanting to dive right into The Drowned Earth with these characters.

Raptors #1 - Olmec Games

Raptors // Olmec Games

Raptors #2 - Olmec Games

Olmec Games do some absolutely amazing miniatures in 35mm scale and their dinosaurs are to die for. I love the detail on them, especially as they promote the idea of big, bold colour schemes.

The Drowned Earth really is one of those games that you need to consider dropping into your collection if you want to try something different. It has a really unique aesthetic and has you thinking up fun basing ideas, terrain builds and painting challenges.

You can learn more about The Drowned Earth HERE as part of our Game Hub!

Are you going to be snapping up Ulaya Chronicles when it releases in March?

"It has a really unique aesthetic and has you thinking up fun basing ideas, terrain builds and painting challenges..."

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