Here’s an assortment of minis that we neglected to release previously. It helps flesh out our various other mini sets.
Today we’re pleased to introduce normal people! Just your average Joes and Janes. We realize that not everybody is making a game that needs fantasy, war, or futuristic miniatures, so now you’ve got your average humans. These will make great pawns, not to mention excellent fodder if you’re making a zombie game. Enjoy!
Say hello to the Gods of the Risk: Godstorm collection. Introducing the God of the Sky, War, and Death and the Goddess of Magic. These figures come in 5 colors and will lord over your battlefield. As a bonus we’re releasing the remaining orange Warriors and Elephants that were previously missing from this collection.
We’re pleased to introduce our line of vintage Yahtzee! parts. You too could have this pencil and dice kit to add to your game. Enjoy!
We’ve significantly retooled our selection of parts bags. We’re now offering colors we never had before such as brown and grey. We have fancy metalic bags. And we’ve renamed our large bags to “medium” and released a much larger bag as the new large. Perhaps best of all, our existing bags have dropped in price by as much as 80 cents per bag!
Do your zombies need a dog or a girlfriend? Why of course they do. And we’re pleased to make them available to you.
Mech Price Drop
Just in time for the Miniatures Game Design Challenge, we’re pleased to announce a major price drop on Laser and Missile Mechs. They were $0.89 each, and now they’re only $0.55, a savings of 38%. Enjoy!
The hordes of darkness have some new heroes to contend with today. The Game Crafter is please to announce the addition of Elves to our miniatures collection.
Say hello to my little friends. Today we’ve added dwarves to our ever growing catalog of miniatures.
By popular demand we’re now offering the game parts boxes you find in the Risk board game as part of our vintage catalog. Enjoy!
Now that we have a fairly large stock of mini’s, many of you have been asking what the relative size of them is compared to one another. We do have all the sizing information in the part shop, but sometimes it’s easier to visually compare them. Enjoy!
Our supplier has discontinued the People Pawns that we’ve been carrying for about a year now. They look like this:
The good news is that they are manufacturing a new type of people pawn that looks like this:
(Don’t let the photo colors confuse you, they are the same color.)
As a result we’ve discontinued our old people pawns and created new people pawns in the parts shop. Currently we only have five of the eight colors of the new people pawns, but the others will come in shortly. If your game uses the other kind of people pawns you should switch over to the new variety.
Your role playing games are about to get much cooler with the addition of these new adventurer miniatures. You finally have something to fight the orc hordes with.