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Indie Boards & Cards has launched their Kickstarter campaign for Kodama 3D, designed by Erica Hayes-Bouyouris (Bosk) and Daryl Andrews (SagradaCity of GearsBosk), and featuring artwork from
Kwanchai Moriya (Dinosaur Island, Cryptid, and Catacombs). Kodama 3D, a follow-up to the popular award-winning Kodama: The Tree Spirits, takes familiar elements of the original game but introduces a three-dimensional game space and new twists on mechanisms and gameplay.

The game will include tree trunks for up to 4 players, 38 goal cards, 64 branch tiles, 8 Kodama player tokens, and exclusive to the Kickstarter campaign is a stretch goal promo pack. The campaign also has the option for add-ons including a neoprene playmat and a promo pack from past Kodama Kickstarter campaigns.

Find out more details by visiting the official Kickstarter campaign page here.

On May 20th, Modiphius Entertainment announced The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms, a narrative miniatures game designed by Mark Latham (The Walking Dead: All Out War, The Harry Potter Miniatures Adventure Game) which builds upon the core mechanics of Modiphius’ Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, but rewritten and reworked to fit into the Elder Scrolls franchise and universe. Modiphius has planned a release date for the game of Christmas 2019.

The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms will have you and your band of heroes set out on narrative-driven scenarios, ranging from treasure-seeking dungeon delves to Tamriel battles, completing quests and objectives – and enjoying high quality 32mm resin miniatures each with its own custom base (including fan favorites such as Hadvar, Ralof, Yrsarald Thrice-Pierced, Marcurio, Mjoll the Lioness, Ulfric Stormcloak, Galmar Stone-Fist, General Tullius and Lydia).

In the first wave, players will lead their forces of the Stormcloaks or Imperial Legion – comprised of 1-5 heroes and 3-15 troops – to fight for the future of Skyrim in the civil war. This wave of releases will be a two player starter set and reinforcement sets of resin miniatures for the Stormcloaks and Imperial Army, as well as a Dragonborn single player set. Planned future releases include additional races and characters from across the Elder Scrolls franchise.

Leading up to the launch, Modiphius will be releasing promotional miniatures, including the Dragonborn miniature which is available in limited quantities online but will also be available at the UK Games Expo in June and GenCon in August.

For more information, click here.