After the flurry of announcements the other week – including Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe (which will only be available to order this month, by the way), the acrylic accessories and the Equipment Booster – we’re back today with one final new release for March!
You may remember that Ronnie mentioned we were working on a 3D version of Dale’s RV… well, we’re glad to say that Dale’s RV is finally up and running! The RV was one of the new product suggestions we received from the community, so it’s great to see it come to life! It’s available to order from your local game store or you can pre-order from the Mantic website (it’ll start shipping later this month).
Along with the 3D Scenery Booster, Dale’s RV will be a great addition to your gaming boards and will really help to add a touch of realism. Unlike the Scenery Booster, however, this kit is made from laser cut MDF so some assembly will be required. But there are clear instructions included with the kit and we’ll be producing an assembly video to offer some guidance too.
Although there are other RVs on the market, this is the only official Walking Dead-themed kit that’s the perfect size for the game (in fact it’s the same size as the cardboard template included with the Days Gone Bye expansion).
It’s great to see so many of you creating your own community videos, battle reports and painting guides for The Walking Dead: All Out War and we’ll make sure we share as many as possible.
Firstly, have you checked out the Survivor Guides from T&G Productions? Below you can see the latest video, which details Derek. Stay tuned to T&G for more videos in the future.
Another great video we spotted this week comes courtesy of our Norwegian distributor. This will the first of a number of battle reports from Tabletopbattle and we particularly love the cool custom board, which sees Sandra and Patrick trying to survive in an abandoned hobby store (glad to see all the Mantic products have been pinched from the shelves). Take a look below and we’ll have more videos from these crazy Norwegians soon!
Finally, take a look at a couple of stunning painting tutorials from the website Opponent Theory, which takes you through how to paint Rick and Carl. The level of detail is absolutely superb and shows what you can achieve with the minis. We can’t wait to see more!