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The Gaming Gang Episode 16 – Circus Train, Nuclear War, and a Whole Lot More

Easter Sunday brought about the latest episode as the boys take a look at Circus Train from Victory Point Games  and Nuclear War from Flying Buffalo Games.

Justin De Witt and Anne-Marie De Witt, creators of Bloodsuckers coming in June from Fireside Games, stop by to visit with Elliott on the latest edition of The Game Plan.

A look at the latest gaming news,  Elliott’s first (and possibly last) Kickstarter report provides plenty of groans from Jeff, and a bit of a discussion regarding plans for Origins 2011 round out the show.

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Founder, editor-in-chief, and host of The Daily Dope and other TGG media. Jeff tackles any and all topics but his main gaming focus is war and strategy, RPGs, and miniatures. He's also a fan of independent and small press comics. Plus, Jeff is certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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  1. I agree 100%! Circus Train is the best game of the past couple of year! It captures the essence of a circus on the road and the cut-throat aspect of running your own show. I hope they re-release it in a box-format!

  2. We don’t published boxed games at VPG, but we take a lot of risks with daring new titles (like CIRCUS TRAIN) and do the development work on them and put them out there.

    GMT is our strategic partner and THEY published dynamite boxed games. Now that GMT is on a tear with Euro/Family games (like DOMINANT SPECIES), I suspect that they’ll be checking out VPG’s titles in this genre and seeing what looks good to “delux-ify” and sell as a boxed game.

    Fingers crossed. 🙂

    Alan Emrich
    Victory Point Games

      1. I actually just play tested one of VPG’s titles, and thoroughly enjoyed it! Look for ‘For the Crown’ on TGG soon.

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