Worthington Games Newsletter

LAST 52 MEEPLES ON EARTH launches on Kickstarter:


Now available at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1456271622/the-last-52-meeples-on-earth for only $49!.

The Last 52 Meeples on Earth is a family friendly cooperative zombie board game for 1 to 4 players. Players take the roles of groups of survivors that have unique skills and must complete tasks for escape to be possible for some but maybe not all. No group can be successful without help from the other groups. All while holding the zombie hordes at bay! Fast, fun and nail biting intense action. Help create a zombie game where meeples are the peoples that must deal with the zombie menace. Uses elements of the Victoria Cross game system as cards drive the zombies towards Base Hope.

Galaxy Command and Sea Kings finish shipping:

As of September 3, 2015 we have finished shipping all Galaxy Commands and Sea Kings. We greatly appreciate your patience while we completed the projects. They are both available on our website at www.worthingtonpublishing.com.

This fast playing card game by Robert Bartelli is playable in 15 to 30 minutes for 1 to 4 players. The game is a lot of fun. We are posting the rules out on the website for those interested in checking them out. We hope you enjoy the game!

A game of exploration, adventure, and conquest. Designed by Lew Pulsipher ( designer of Britannia). This game plays in 90 minutes, is card driven and loads of fun.

Wilderness Empires begins shipping:

We have begun shipping Wilderness Empires. Designed by French & Indian War reenactor and historian Bill Molyneaux, this fascinating games allows gamers to refight the French & Indian War on a beautiful, large, hard mounted game board. Using blocks with labels as the military units, cards enhance game play. You will be able to refight the entire war in 2.5 to 3 hours. Available on our website at www.worthingtonpublishing.com.

We expect to have shipping completed on Wilderness Empires by September 10.

BAND OF BROTHERS Production Update:
We have begun finalizing the files and preparing to send them to the printer in the next week or two. Also, we’ve gotten a prototype of the counter tray and are making a minor adjustment to it. You will not be disappointed in the quality of the games. We are being careful to make sure we get this right for you. Thank you for your support.

Thanks and happy gaming,

Grant Wylie
Mike Wylie

Worthington Publishing


My 2 cents:

Galaxy Command must have been a short print run, because the quality to price ratio off by a long way. The game play is really fairly tedious and the components are wanting. It would be good value at half the price.

This is the 2nd item I have kickstarted with WP…I am now nervous about Band of Brothers. Fingers are crossed that this all comes together.

I have not had the chance to play HoldFast, and while I did find it a simple game to play, with some clever nuance in the use of action points, it too was a quality vs price bummer. I guess sometimes you just got to look past that and know what you are getting into.  It begs the question : Are their too many niche publishers?

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