Slightly less than 24 hours later, the game smashed through the $1,000,000 mark.
Avalon Hill is asking for $1,000,000 raised on Hasbro’s own crowdfunding platform to make it.
It’s a busy week of RPG news, and a quick scan will stop you missing out on the free D&D downloads from Wizards of the Coast and others, or any of the new releases and headlines.
A new sub-domain on Avalon Hill.com has a 10 day countdown for Hero Quest. The Quest is Calling.
Control of Avalon Hill is moving from Wizards of the Coast remit to a new position directly under the parent company Hasbro.
The first evening of tabletop roleplaying, as we would recognise it today, was run by Dave Arneson in 1971. The campaign setting was Blackmoor, and the game system was a modified version of Chainmail. Gary Gygax and Jeff Perren created Chainmail, both members of the Lake Geneva Tactical Studies Association, after being inspired (in part) […]
Someone has made a mistake, an honest mistake that will leave a host of people rather upset. Fantasy Flight Games and Stronghold Games have both announced they have the license and the rights to produce a re-run of Merchant of Venus. Merchant of Venus originally came out in the 1980s as an Avalon Hill game. […]