Hall or Nothing Productions Ltd

Friday, March 05, 2021

"1815, Scum of the Earth" - The Battle of Waterloo Card Game launches 19th March!

Our next gorgeous game "1815, Scum of the Earth" - The Battle of Waterloo Card Game is Kickstarting on 19th March! Check out this Kickstarter preview page link and don't forget to click Notify Me On Launch:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tristanhall/1815-scum-of-the-earth-the-battle-of-waterloo-card-game?ref=6wo2oh&token=bc778aab Dunno about you but I'm giddy as a kipper! :D



Wednesday, February 17, 2021

1815, Scum of the Earth - Kickstarting in March!

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

2 example cards from 1565, St. Elmo's Pay


Adrien de la Rivière

Adrien de la Rivière, a French cavalry knight, was captured in Malta after his horse was shot from under him in a disastrous early skirmish with the Ottomans. He fed Mustafa Pasha false information about the Maltese defences, which resulted in a failed attack by the Ottomans. His deception cost him his life - he was horribly tortured to death in front of the other slaves and captives to teach them a lesson.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tristanhall/1565-st-elmos-pay-the-card-game-of-war-and-history


Monday, March 25, 2019

Dark Shadows Card Preview Examples

Here are some example cards from the Dark Shadows pack, with the original cards on the left for comparison.  If you find any of the Dark Shadows expansion distasteful, remember it is only an optional add-on and not required for play.  If you do happen to choose to add Dark Shadows to your pledge you can simply swap in the alternative art card, or shuffle it into its encounter deck in addition to the original version as appropriate (with Night cards you will have to choose one or the other).  There may be slight changes between the layouts or saturation of the cards below, but don't worry, that's only because I popped the images together in PhotoShop (you'll have to forgive blogspot's horrible image formatting too). 

The original Scion of Flesh below, though gorgeously disgusting, has also been carried over to join our menagerie of monsters for our upcoming pure horror board game Sublime Dark...