The project begins, and above you can see an image of a Space Marine Terminator and Space Marine bike, built by a 9 year old. But what does her da think?
Exciting things are afoot at Games Workshop these days!
We’ve just had a delivery of the brand new Warhammer 40K Build + Paint kits, and we’re going to be covering their assembly in our new building and painting posts, tailored towards new hobbyists and kids!
Hey folks. Robert here.
At the Land of Excitement Hideout, we have a lot of games. Too many games, probably. Let me talk a little bit about my daughter’s inheritance.
There’s this really cool card game for people of all ages called RHINO HERO. It’s a game where you have a hand of cards representing roofs, and you play those roofs out into a giant tower that you build using other cards. It is SO COOL. And we just have to tell you a wee story about it.
Hey, Robert here!
Some years ago, a board game called Agricola took the board game world by storm. A quiet storm, sure. The kind of storm that happens in places like Iowa, maybe, where farms are. Actually, I think Iowa might be tornado-territory, and those aren’t quiet storms at all. If they’re even storms. This is really getting us nowhere.
Let’s just say that Agricola, a board game about farming, was a pretty big deal for a while back there. And then some people soured on it a little bit, as other games launched that developed, streamlined and experimented with Agricola’s core gameplay. But Agricola is back, re-printed, and this time broken up a little bit to create a new product – “Agricola: Family Edition”.