News — Infinity tokens

Last Chance to Buy!

Posted by Chris Hobday on

We believe in constant improvement, and with a new generation of Infinity tokens and templates incoming, it's your last chance to get hold of these classic releases! With the threat of the Combined Army looming, it’s time the Human Sphere upped its game. Current tech has proved itself time and again, but as open war draws near, our Interventors have been working tirelessly to create fresh token designs for the battlefields of tomorrow.  Check area of effect without moving models with Segmented Blast Templates. Don’t tell O-12, but that’s good news for the Black Market! We’re issuing a LAST CHANCE TO BUY...

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The Subtle Art of Game Rules Maintenance

Posted by Chris Hobday on

All the rulebooks in the world won't shield you from a chem-thrower. We’re used to games designers releasing FAQs in order to tighten up certain rules and improve aspects of gameplay. The Necromunda compendium is about to drop, bringing all the legit rules together in one place, and a whole new edition of X-Wing has opened up what was, to me at least, a very narrow meta. On social media it’s commonplace to see people complain about this, about how the hardback rules they bought are now largely redundant, or how the powerful units they invested in have been brutally...

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It's cold and grey. Time for games!

Posted by Grantt Ennis on

Hey Gamers!  It's that cold time of year when outside is a hostile place and inside begins to inspire cabin fever. Even the dogs don't want to go out. Seriously, let me sleep! My cure; begin a project!  Not sure where to start this year. Last year I dove into Guild Ball - I painted up some teams, designed a token range and went to a few tournaments. I will finish these Alchemists! Honest! I also painted a themed ALEPH army for Infinity and came up with a terrain line (which will go on sale soon, I promise). Fear my...

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Board Games Helping To Bring Refugees Together

Posted by Ad Rank on

We’ve blogged in the past about how board games can be an educational tool, teaching people about social justice (think Monopoly) and the importance of morality (snakes and ladders!) – and now we’re hearing that these games are also now being used to help unite refugees in the city of Berlin. Writing for Ars Technica, Jeffrey Allers observed that tens of thousands of refugees have been welcomed in the city in the last 12 months, taking up residence in shelters and abandoned buildings. And he found he was able to connect with many of them through the experience of playing...

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A Quick Guide To Infinity, The Tabletop Wargame

Posted by Ad Rank on

If you’re new to the idea of tabletop games that don’t include the likes of Trivial Pursuit and Monopoly, then chances are you might not yet have come across Infinity, a game that uses miniature characters along a sci-fi theme to carry out futuristic campaigns. You’re in command of a small group of super-elite soldiers who have all been chosen based on their skills and expertise relating to the mission at hand. Every different battle will require a different team, handpicked from a variety of regiments, in order to enjoy operation success. Each of your miniatures either represents a creature,...

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