Checkmate! Most kids ages 10-12 are usually starting fans of chess, but once they get started it follows them all the way to adulthood. Guess what! There is a new Warhammer game that emulates the royal battle game and fans are loving it just right.
The game developed by Brett Evans, is an indie brawl game that pits two wizards against each other. The battlefield is created ideally on tabletop mats of 8×8 squares (similar to chess), or any other setting that will fit the required space and squares.
The beauty of this game is the rule sheet which allows wizards to use potions or spells against each other but may end up without action since the squares also impact the power being used.
The miniature wargame was created by Brett Evans and looks like a Warhammer layout by any of its warring factions to advance its dark schemes across its dominion and destroy its enemies.
The game is available on a donation basis on Itch.io, which means you can easily take it home for as little as $2, or any amount you wish to show your appreciation of Evans’ talent.
You can also join the Discord community and find tips, guides, experiences, and stories. Evans has been doing well and has managed to list the game among the top Inq28 scene.
Likewise, the game is recognized as part of the Warhammer 40k fandom that’s all about kitbashes, DIY, and the creative vision that a developer employs in making more out of a game. Evans has drawn inspiration from other developers who have released Warhammer enhancements such as Turnip28, The Weald, and Blood Bowl.
Warhammer allows gamers to create additives to its board games as long as they do not compete directly with the game. Indie game developers have created tons of similar ventures.