Welcome ladies and gentlemen to another look at this week in miniature crowd funding. We've got four more exciting projects for you today so let's dive in!

Dark Sword Miniatures

First up we have the GRRM Masterworks expansion from Dark Sword Miniatures. The miniatures above are a selection of the existing line. This campaign is to fund the production of more of the characters from Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series. 

What's been funded so far looks great. Unfortunately there's no Rhaegar Targaryen yet, but I'm sure there will be (or I'll have to take my pitchfork and torch and camp outside of the Dark Sword office!)


Next up we have SLAUGHTERBALL! (and the crowd goes wild!) from Frog The What Games. The game looks fun and silly with over 50 minis in the base box, and more added through stretch goals. 

Obvious comparisons can be drawn with games such as bloodbowl and dreadball, but this game looks like a good buy to bring to game nights for those who don't necessarily game with miniatures.

Francisco Branco

Next up we've got another great looking laser cut terrain project; Underground Lasers 2 by Francisco Branco. 

I'm loving what's coming from the world of laser cut terrain these days. There's some really interesting designs on the market right now. This campaign is primarily designed for Mantic's Deadzone, being based on 3 inch cubes, but would work just as well for any Sci-Fi game. 

Counterblast Adventure Battle Game

Lastly we have the Counterblast Adventure Battle Game by Airlock Games. This campaign is raising funds to create a new skirmish game. 

The models have a very retro feel to them and look very characterful. I particularly like all the anthropomorphised minis such as the shark and the big cat!

That's all for this week's installment. Be sure to let us know what you think of these projects in the comments below, and if you know of, or run any campaigns that we should cover then get in touch; either through the contact form at the bottom of the page or via twitter at @talkwargaming or @imm0rtalreaper.

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