Firelight Game Company now selling Queen’s Blade Lost Worlds books!
Confectioner Gretel – Witch Slayer Pastry Chef $24.99
Firelight Game Company is proud offer you Hobby Japan’s latest Queen’s Blade book, Confectioner Gretel – Witch Slayer Pastry Chef.
Queen’s Blade: The Live, Pirate Captain Liliana – Sayama Ayaka Edition $27.99
Now available! Hobby Japan presents Sayama Ayaka as Pirate Captain Liliana – Comes with a Special Edition DVD.
The Lost Worlds series is a dice-less pictorial game where 2 players with their own character book and character card use the system to simulate combat with a point system. At the beginning of play each player keeps their character card to choose combat maneuvers while passing their pictorial book to their opponent who views the battle from a first person point of view, viewing the effects on their opponent through the illustrations on the resultant page.
Easy to learn. All books are compatible with all other books in the series including spinoffs such as the Tunnels and Trolls, Queen’s Blade and others. 2 books required for play.
By Mike Foster
Brad McQuaid and Visionary Realms have updated the Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen Kickstarter project. The latest post dives deeper into the lore behind the T’Jinn and the Vrilaska, both races that will be included with the game should it reach a stretch goal of $2.5 million. For reference, Pantheon is currently sitting at $382,298 raised of its $800,000 funding goal with nine days remaining.
For what it’s worth, the T’Jinn are magic beings composed of arcane particles who were previously bound into servitude by mages but earned freedom thanks to the efforts of …Read More
By Jef Reahard
How’s the Landmark alpha going? Pretty well, according to SOE producer Dave Georgeson. Earlier this evening Georgeson posted a lengthy state-of-the-alpha update on the game’s forums (you’ll need to be logged in with your SOE account to view the link). In it, he says that developers are currently working on server stability, logout position issues, and template fixes. He also mentions art team deliverables like new biomes, character customizations, and props.
Finally, Georgeson announced on Twitter that Landmark will only support 64-bit operating systems going forward. He explains why in the aforementioned forum post.
“To prevent …Read More
Let’s look at some of today’s Indiegogo Projects:
BATTLEFIELD OPERATION II
Realistic Wargame Terrains for any scale and theme Escenografía de terrenos para Wargames de cualquier escala y temática.
Manorhouse Workshop wargaming elements
A brand new line of medieval modular scenery elements, suitable for 25-38mm scale 3D wargaming and hobby modeling, even more detailed!
MK1881 – Tanatos Dark Elf Fantasy Football miniatures
A new line of elves fantasy football miniatures. We are merging 3D design with classic miniatures. To obtain some very dynamic and unique miniatures.
The Mims: Beginning
Feel mysterious, mythical and funny adventure in strategy game.
by Uwe Eickert
by April & Greg
by Tom Vasel
by Hero Forge
Simple, Easy Vanilla Minecraft Server Set-Up – Want to set up your own server but clueless on how to do it? I try to ELI5 the server creation process for those of us that are slightly less technically inclined, but still love playing games.
The following is a link to download the Vanilla Minecraft Server for the PC
It should download into your Downloads folder on your computer. I usually take the file once it has been downloaded and put it in its own folder and name the folder something like Vanilla Minecraft Server. Once you have it in its own folder, double click on the file. It should run and bring up a white window. That is the server. It will create a random world and it takes a few minutes to do that.
Once the server is up and running you can play on it!
In order to play on it, you need to know your internal IP address for the computer that the server is running on. To find out your internal IP address bring up “cmd” (dos) window on the computer that the server is on. You can do a search for “cmd” or run “cmd”. Either way, once it is running type in “ipconfig” in the cmd window (it will be a black window that pops up). A lot of numbers will come up in the window. Look for “ip4v address”. That number is your internal IP address. Anyone on your network can join in the game if they know that IP address.
In order to play on the server you just created, start up minecraft. Select multiplayer when the screen loads. Then select “Add Server”. Type in the IP Address into the server field. You should load into the game and be on the server. Sometimes problems happen and you have to do some troubleshooting. Thats pretty normal. This is a helpful wiki if you come across any issues: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Setting_up_a_server.
However if you want to play on that server but you are not on the same network, then you have to do something called port forwarding and know the External IP Address, which is a little more advanced but totally doable. Im not going to get into that here, but will save that for another day.
Hopefully I have been somewhat helpful.