We’ve been a little quiet here at 6 Squared Studios over the past month. Summer is a busy time of year and there are many activities to distract us from our work. For us at 6SS, it is also the time to prep for our biggest convention of the year, GenCon. Continue reading Back From GenCon with a New Game
Though it looks like our first attempt at a KickStarter is a bust, we are still please with all the new connections we have made. We appreciate everyone who has taken the time to reach out to us and give us feedback on our products. We feel confident that people like our stuff and that we need to work harder building our communication network.
In the mean time, I thought I’d share a picture of something new we have made (by “we” I mean Dan).
These are 30mm tokens that Dan made on our laser engraver/cutter.
The first one has a picture of a body that can be used in many games as a corpse token or a body to investigate/keep track of. I play the Resurrectionists in Malifaux so these markers will come in handy during those games.
The second token has a picture of cogs and gears. We see this token being used to represent scrap markers, objective points or places for a person to investigate during a game. With our gaming group, I see these being used for Maifaux, Infinity and our steampunk skirmish games like Empire of the Dead or In Her Majesty’s Service.
We hope that these markers will make our miniature games look even better and help people keep track of objective markers in their games.
Look for 5 packs of these tokens in our store next week.
Peace out, eh?
Kevin “Minicannuck” Jacobi
I just wanted to start by saying thanks for all the positive responses we’ve been getting for our river tile system – especially the people who have already purchased a set! We love making terrain and it is a real confidence boost when people think it is worth buying for their own gaming tables. It is very much appreciated.
We have a lot of projects on the go right now.
Dan, our tech guru, is working with our new 3D scanner to help us with scaling challenges for some upcoming projects. I dont want to give too much away but I’m sure it will DRIVE you nuts. We are also super stoked about our 3D printer that should be in any time now. Once we have this, it will offer us even more tools to make quality terrain with.
Brad has been pretty busy on a number of fronts. He just finished our new rock sets as well as a couple of vortex designs. He is also working on some additional terrain features for your fantasy army tables.
Me, I’ve been working on developing our western street tiles. Like our river system, this set will let you create a number of different street layouts to suite your gaming needs. Since our game club plays a lot of Malifaux and were in the Wild West Exodus Kickstarter, these will come in quite handy. We love our miniature wargaming and great terrain just makes the experience even better.
Check out some preview pictures below.
Peace out, eh?