Haven’t you heard, Mr. Beckett? The world is coming to an end.
Way back in 1988 Games Workshop 1988 went epic and released Adeptus Titanicus. Let’s play it!
Giant city-destroying robots entered the Warhammer 40,000 universe when Adeptus Titanicus hit the shelves in the late 80s. Cool plastic robots with interchangeable weapons, rigid foam buildings (unheard of!) and a clever rules system that still holds up extremely well today made this a fantastic alternative to the fiddliness of 40K, and I played it quite a lot back in the day.
Now that there are rumblings of a new edition, it’s time to drag the old box out of storage and have at it! Here’s part one of a two part battle report where Will and I go back to the future and play Adeptus Titanicus. Queue building-sized-robot-crunching-city-ruins-underfoot sound effects!
You always just leave your door open like that???
If we did that in America, neighbors and perhaps cops would come ask us if everything was OK.
We’ d be lucky to be alive….LOL
Home of the free…
Actually that’s very unusual, because we have indoor cats and the doors and any unscreened windows are kept religiously closed. When Will comes over we put them in boarding and the rules relax! We’re out in the country – no passing armed gangs as a rule. 🙂