Nemo’s War “Nautilus in Depth” Preview

Posted On: Monday November 9, 2015, 3:52 pm

Nemo's War second edition coverA note in a bottle has washed up upon the shores here at Victory Point Games. Travelling some 20,000 leagues upon the seas, perhaps, this missive contains late news about Nemo's War second edition, comparing it to the first edition and previewing what is in store for this project that will launch on Kickstarter next month! Place a weather eye on the READ MORE button and click your way to adventure!

Wings for the Baron Developer's Diary

Posted On: Thursday October 22, 2015, 9:15 am


Tobias Loc, pictured here with his legendary leather chapeau and playtesting the game's solo variant, has completed his first assignment for Victory Point Games as project game developer. Click on this article to read his word's-eye-view of the people and process, where Tobias explains how Wings for the Baron landed gracefully as such a terrific product.

Aeroplane Development for Fun and Profit

Posted On: Monday September 28, 2015, 12:55 pm

Wings for the Baron cover

Wings for the Baron is Coming in for a Landing!

Ken Keller invites you to "Discover this simple, Euro-style system with the rich, alluring historical theme of German fighter development in World War I. It has all the entire topic and period flavor that you would desire because, primarily, that is what the game is – a game about WWI airplanes - but there is a background characteristic of Wings for the Baron that really hooked me on it..."

Nemo’s Note in a Bottle

Posted On: Wednesday August 19, 2015, 5:33 pm

Nemo close-up

Avast! Here be an update on behalf of the Nemo's War second edition team. When the Nautilus pulled into port at Victory Point Games some weeks ago, we had never seen anything quite like it. We spent sufficient time in humble reflection deciding what to do in our approach to publishing this amazing game, and you will want to read more to find out where this adventure is heading…

Frank Chadwick's ETO: A Look at Navies of WWII

Posted On: Friday July 10, 2015, 8:32 am

ETO Ark RoyalEurope's Navies in Frank Chadwick's ETO

This is an update by designer Frank Chadwick for his big WWII game in development at Victory Point Games. In this article, he takes a look at the naval units themselves and discusses their division into the games' component counters.