Get your gifts ready! It's the Vault Games 2018 Gift Guide - Part 3: Miniature Games
Christmas is almost here and your time is running out! So let's get into the third piece of our Christmas Gift Guide pie: Miniature Games.
Let's start with the big one, Warhammer. Warhammer is a titan in the miniature gaming world and it's latest editions (Age of Sigmar: Second Edition and Warhammer 40000: 8th Edition) have made the game more accessible than ever before. So, if you have a loved one eager to join in the fun, or wanting an easy way to expand their current armies, look no further than the Start Collecting sets. There is a wide range of armies available from both the Fantasy-based Age of Sigmar, and the Grim Sci-Fi Warhammer 40000. To see the full range, click here.
Dropping today is the latest Warhammer Quest game: Black Fortress. It is the first Warhammer Quest title set in the futuristic 400000 universe, and the best way to experience a narrative-styled adventure game. Tasked with exploring the mysterious Blackstone Fortress, a seemingly derelict station floating through space; you and your friends control a ragtag group of rogue traders as you discover new portions of the station, fight the creatures on board, and figure out what happened to the last inhabitants.Don't miss out on grabbing this one while we have it in stock.
It's here! We've been promised a trip to the bleak, pop-culture-infused, nuclear wasteland of Fallout since August last year; but just a few weeks ago, it finally arrived… and it's glorious. You can take control of the Brotherhood of Steel, Wasteland Survivors, or even the FEV infected Super Mutants, and wreak havoc on the wasteland against your opponents… OR… you can control a group of survivors through a campaign of skirmishes, fighting raiders, monsters, and the mutants as well, building up your settlement between games, and increasing your skills. With the two different ways to play, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare is a must-have for Fallout-fans. Check out the range here.
When Kill Team dropped this year, we were excited. Very excited. 4 months later, we're still excited. Kill Team remains the best place to start when it comes to miniature wargaming. With low model counts, quick gameplay, and a short run time, it doesn't take long to get your team ready and start winning games. With the recent Commanders expansion, special hero characters can join the ranks of your kill team, giving a stronger narrative element to the game that allows you to forge stories you and your friends will talk about for ages to come.Check out the full Kill Team range here.