Most long-time fans of Victory Point Games will recognize the States of Siege™ engine, a solitaire mode of gameplay in which the player is the commander of a desperate situation – surrounded by enemies in every direction, your choices regarding scarce military, political, and economic resources decide the game for good or ill. This mechanic is the core for several popular games from VPG, including Cruel Necessity, Dawn of the Zeds, Zulus on the Ramparts...and soon Federation of Sol, the first science-fiction States of Siege title.
Frank Chadwick is back with an exclusive interview with Grognard.com on the development of his monster-game project, ETO. READ MORE for a snippet from the interview!
Our very own VPGGG (Victory Point Games Gaming Girl) writes: "I approached one of Victory Point Games' artists, Chelsea, who was diligently researching history and seeking stock photographs for aesthetic references. Such dedicated work is going towards the upcoming Victory Point Game, Chariots of Rome, in which up to eight players vie with four different teams to choose from. With one's fate in the will of the Roman gods and in the hands of a cracking whip, a distinct art style is necessary to capture the grandeur and scale of the chariot races under the Caesars." READ MORE for VPGGG's insights into the process of bringing a game to life!
The Little Game Company's dynamic duo, Alan Emrich and Petra Schlunk, will be making a sojourn to Dallas, Texas this August from the 18th to the 20th. If you would like to meet them, click READ MORE for all the details of the trip.
Victory Point Games will be launching a new Kickstarter this coming September for Planet Rush, a fun, fast eurogame for three to five players from designer Reiner Knizia.