Recreate “that scene” with the Walking Dead: All Out War “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe..” collector’s diorama from Mantic Games.
Licensed by Skybound, the diorama features six miniatures depicting the scene where Negan makes his brutal decision to make an example of one member of Rick’s group.
We open up and show off what you get!
You can order yours now!
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Tabletop Gaming News – The Walking Dead Kickstarter Exclusives Available With Mantic Points – Hrmm…
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The battle for survival from the smash hit The Walking Dead series comes to the tabletop. Mantic Games and Skybound have teamed up for this licensed tabletop miniature game featuring some of the most well-known characters from the comic series.
I crack open this Kickstarter edition of The Walking Dead: All Out War to show off what you get inside.
Stay tuned for some game play coming soon!
Mantic Games have launched their latest miniature game The Walking Dead: All Out War based on Skybound‘s popular comic (and television show) The Walking Dead on Kickstarter. The miniature game’s “early bird” pledge status has already sold out, but you can get the game for $125 plus shipping ($15 for the United States).
For that amount you get:
So far the “Something to Fear” pledge level includes:
- The complete The Walking Dead: All Out War miniatures game starter set
- Atlanta Camp Expansion
- Dice bag and a second set of game dice with custom faces
- Kickstarter Exclusive Sheriff’s Badge Initiative Counter
- Collector’s Edition Box that will hold the entire Something to Fear pledge.
In addition to the above, you now also get:
- 10 3D Loot Markers in plastic
- Shane Booster Miniature and Shane Character Card
- Reggie Booster Miniature and Reggie Character Card
- 1 Atlanta Camp Walker and 3 Equipment Cards
- Lori Booster Miniature and Lori Character Card
The main game is $50 and boosters are $20 (we don’t know how much expansions such as Atlanta costs). Assuming all add-ons for the game are $20 that’s $150 or so worth of product. There are surely more to be unlocked down the road making it an even better deal.
There’s new characters revealed too and more teased. Check all the new figures below.
Skybound has announced that Update 2.2 has arrived for the video game The Walking Dead: Road to Survival. With the highly anticipated All Out War looming on the horizon, factions will be pit against factions in the battle for supremacy and control. It’s a test of skill, guts, glory, and ambition, that only the strong can survive.
Alongside this new faction battle system, there are new specialist skills ready to be released that will help shake up the way battles unfold in new and exciting ways.
Download the new update and hop in the game now to check out all the new content, and make sure to be ready for War, because it looks as though a certain foul-mouthed mega villain could be on the way…
Mantic Games has revealed more details on their new miniature game based on Skybound‘s The Walking Dead.
The company has laid out a simple Kickstarter for The Walking Dead: All Out War, where there’ll be one reward level where items will be shipped all in one box.
The idea is to have all of the first wave of releases, the game, the minis, freebies, and upgrades as long as stretch goals have are reached. This will help simplify the shipping and prevent major issues with missing items.
If the campaign foes well, they have also said that at that point they will also release 2 or 3 simple expansions that folks who pledge will be able to add on their pledge. These expansion will introduce more heroes, bad guys, variant plays, and settings such as the Prison.
The company has also said these expansions will ship later so that they don’t interfere with the first wave of releases.
The company has also let it be known the base fame will cost $50 and boosters will be $20.
The Walking Dead: All Out War Miniatures Game is launching on Kickstarter on Monday February 1 at 05:30am PT, 08:30am ET or 1:30pm GMT. It closes on Monday February 29 at 15:59pm PT, 18:59pm ET 11:59pm GMT.
Shipping for wave 1 is expected to be begin August 2016.
Mantic Games has released the first image of what you get with their new miniature game The Walking Dead: All Out War Miniatures Game.
The boxed miniature game provides you everything you need to play including 20 miniatures, dice, game mat, and more.
The company has also released a look at Rick, character cards, and an unpainted Carl.
The company realizes that this might be people’s first miniature game, so they’re making sure that the game is a good introduction as well as fun for long time mini gamers.
On top of the main box game, the company has said they’ll be releasing expansion packs called “Game Boosters” as well as large expansion packs. These will include new locations like the Atlanta Camp and Greene Family Farm, as well as new survivors, walkers, character cards, equipment cards, and more.
The game will launch later in 2016.
It’s new comic book day! What’s everyone excited for? What are you planning on reading? Sound off in the comments below!
While you decide on that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.
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Mantic Blog – What is The Walking Dead: All Out War Miniatures Game? – If you don’t know the difference between a miniature game and a board game.
The Beat – Alex de Campi shows you how to letter and teases Mayday – Pretty cool stuff.
Five Thirty Eight – Pop Culture Looks Like David Bowie – Bowie’s impact on comics.
Royal Boiler – Deepest darkest – Some cool art process behind the scenes.
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