Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Play Super Fantasy Brawl

Every year I get bombarded with new games that compete for my precious time. Last year I managed to survive with my wallet intact and even avoided some massive juggernauts like Warhammer Underworlds, Warhammer 40K: Kill Team ( Although I did buy and subsequently sell the Starter Boxed set).`

I usually prioritize my gaming hobby's by selecting a " large scale" core game as my prime focus and then supplement it with some smaller scale games to round out my diet. Games like Way of the Fighter, Aristeia, Transformers TCG serve as pallet cleansers for my gaming meal.

It is a new year ( well we are over half way through it ) and of course new games are beating down my door, and it looks like one has managed to bust it down!

Super Fantasy Brawl is a small board game style skirmish miniature game in the spirit of games like Judgement, Aristeia, and Warhammer Underworlds. It shares more in common with Aristeia from my point of view but has a very distinct art style and game mechanic that sets it apart. The miniature quality is absolute amazing and was really what pulled me in.

My good friend Justin from the BattleCast has created a " Top 5 Reasons Why " video on his channel and you can have a look below. Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to his channel as he has some incredible content and publishes regularly.

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