This is our first experience with laser cut parts. We were looking into the results, such as soot and the accuracy of the cuts. We also wanted to see how the two sides of the coins line up and how accurate the production is.
So, without further ado we present the initial unpacking:
Everything punched out beautifully without falling out on their own. Our fingers did get a bit dirty and there was a camp fire smell, but, hey, that adds to the battle damage feel and gives the game a more realistic atmosphere. The challenge between the armies of Histeria does take place in a caldera.
King Norman's Army Punch Out
And here are the army units and the launchers in all their glory:
Wizard Warrior Coins and Launchers
The soot wiped away quickly and did not affect the game parts. We did get the UV coating, so that probably helped. The coins feel real solid and are lovely to flip. We're really impressed how our texture reads on all the items.
We had a blast playing with our new game parts and can't wait to get the rest of the armies to have a full challenge.
Let the fun and games begin!
|Kurt and Jack play the first print of Medieval Challengers by ITD Games|
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