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I’m extremely excited to account the release of Warzone, the first expansion for A Billion Suns. It has always been my intension to provide new Contract Sets for A Billion Suns, to provide new ways to play the game, with new missions, new special rules, and even new ship options.
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I’ve had the pleasure of speaking to a few podcasts recently about A Billion Suns, and here’s some links to the interviews.
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Incredibly, A Billion Suns has SOLD OUT in the UK before it’s even released, and has been sent for re-print! AMAZING!!!!
WORRY NOT. YOU CAN STILL BUY IT.
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Want to get started with A Billion Suns, but a bit baffled by what size miniatures to use. This article is for you!
Continue reading “What Size Spaceships?”
A huge thanks to Wargames Illustrated magazine for posted a pair of really thorough flipthrough videos for the game.
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If I’m totally honest, launching my second wargame in the middle of a global pandemic is a tad daunting. Like many people, my tabletop gaming life for the last 12 months has consisted of two things: (1) playing online using Tabletop Simulator; and (2) playing by myself.
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If you are looking for some awesome spaceship miniatures and accessories to play A Billion Suns with, here’s a list of manufacturers to check out, including our Interstellar Merchants friends.
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Become an Interstellar Merchant to sell A Billion Suns tokens, ships, terrain and accessories in your online store.
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Hello everyone. I have some bad news and I have some good news.
Continue reading “Gamma Testing – Now Closed”
Something that I did unconsciously with Gaslands was designing the game system in a way that gave me a lot of design space to explore beyond the game’s initial scope.
Continue reading “Designing for Extensibility”