21 September 2018
Brand new release Wasteland Warfare and sci-fi RPGs available to play at London convention
The list of participation games taking place at this year’s Tabletop Gaming Live convention on September 29th and 30th continues to grow with the addition of two sci-fi RPGs and a post-apocalyptic miniatures game.
Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, the skirmish title set in the universe of the popular video game series, will be available to play on the Modiphius stand, a matter of days after the brand new miniatures game was released in September.
As in the long-running RPG series, the game sees human survivors battle a variety of super mutants and other creatures living in the remnants of a nuclear war, and includes locations and other iconic elements from the games.
In Alexandra Palace’s Panorama Room, there will be sessions for two roleplaying games: Star Trek Adventures and John Carter of Mars: Adventures on the Dying World of Barsoom.
Based on the influential sci-fi television series and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novels respectively, both games use the 2d20 system and give players the chance to explore far-off worlds in new galaxies.
The games join various other roleplaying and miniatures participation sessions happening throughout the weekend of September 29th and 30th, including:
- Call of Cthulhu
- Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago
- Sands of the Sudan
Tabletop Gaming Live will also give players the chance to enjoy group social and party games run by the team from board game café Coffee & Dice, such as:
- Codenames XXL
- Say Anything
- The Resistance: Avalon
- Cash ‘n Guns
All this is in addition to countless demos and gaming opportunities throughout the weekend in Alexandra Palace, with upcoming and brand new releases – including KeyForge and Forbidden Sky – and classic favourites alike on the show floor for visitors to try.
Tabletop Gaming Live takes place on Saturday, September 29th and Sunday 30th 2018 in Alexandra Palace, London.
Tickets are available now via The Ticket Factory, starting from just £10, with children under 10 attending for free. Tickets will also be available on the door.