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It's been an exciting couple of days for Jennah and Cassie as they traveled down to Melbourne for the annual Toy Fair. They've been meeting with suppliers and checking out the new hotness. Here's what they've reported back with and we're really excited to have these available for you to preorder right now! Everlasting Wet Palette by Red Grass Games Now this is a product I can get behind! Too long have I too been using the ghetto-version of a...
Every now and then, Jennah, my darling wife, pulls out a game from her favourite designer, Vital Lacerda, and tries to convince me it's worth playing. She's tried it with The Gallerist. She's tried it with Lisboa. And she's tried it a lot of times with Vinhos. Each time, I just look at the size of the box and the board on the back, and think "I just don't have time to learn this game." Well.. this time, it was...
It's a new year so it's time for a new army right? Or you have that leftover Christmas money and are interested in getting involved with one of the greatest miniature games in the world? Well, there's a lot involved with picking your what army you want to build next, so, to avoid the decision paralysis, here's some things to help you choose. 1. Don't worry about being competitive Sure, there are competitive Age of Sigmar lists out there, and...
It's a new year here at Vault so let's take a look at what sold the best last year and figure out why you should get a copy if you don't have one yet. The following is a list of our best sellers in 2019, based on the number of units sold. We won't be including Expansions in this list so Dungeon Mayhem: Battle for Baldur's Gate and Wingspan: European Expansion, you're definitely in our top 10 but you're not...
It's that time of the year where we start to reflect on what we managed to play this year and, this time, it's not just the original crew. That's right folks. Vault Games has gone through some monumental changes this year, most notable of which is the addition of not one, not two, but four new team members! And we've opened the floor for everyone to give you the downlow on what's we've been playing this year, and why you...
What better is there than to roll some dice and play some games with your friends and family? But, what if they're not as deep into the strategic long-form games your routinely play at your gaming club? Well, that's where a bit of luck can make a game much more accessible. So here's a list of easy dice-rolling games that are a lot of fun for old-hands and newcomers alike. Sushi Roll Based on the best-selling and fan favourite Sushi...
Since the dawn of time, Warhammer aficionados have needed paints to decorate their expansive armies. However, the powers that be at Citadel deemed that they would only get one type of paint - the acrylic. With a tendency for covering detail lines, but otherwise excellent colour options, the people were content. They didn't know that there was a better way... until today (or, more accurately, until earlier this year). 2019 has brought the introduction of Citadel's brand new Contrast paints. Made...
George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series is an inescapable media juggernaut. From the original, incomplete book series, to the HBO adaptation that's kept the world entranced for ten years, to the myriad of physical and digital games, to the comics, there's something for everyone. However, if you're the sort of person who sees this, and continues to crave more (or if you just enjoy a good tabletop experience), then A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures...
It seems that with each passing year, more and more board games are published and released providing such a variety of choices for us gamers! Last year had a few big releases and I found that I ended playing these more than most and they are in no order: 5. Scythe The first time I played this game I wasn’t sure if I liked it. As a non-confrontational player, I was put off by the appearance of the game –...
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