Hot off the Presses is For What Remains, a skirmish-level wargame set in a post-apocalyptic near future. The game is designed for 2 player competitive play or solitaire play. There are three different core game options; each of the three core games can stand alone, or you can combine them to play the entire campaign. 

There are two ways to play For What Remains: skirmishes and campaigns. Skirmishes are standalone games played for a single victory, with no lasting repercussions. Campaigns are a series of skirmishes linked together to form a larger narrative. For What Remains is a scenario driven game. Each scenario typically has multiple objectives, and combat between factions is usually secondary. Players win skirmishes by gaining victory points through accomplishing these objectives.

Each core game comes with two factions and features a set of double-sided game tiles that are thematically linked to the game's campaign storyline. The tiles in each of the core games can be combined with the tiles from the other core games for an almost limitless number of battleground configuration options. In addition, while each campaign provides its own storyline, there is an overarching story that begins in Streets of Ruin, continues in Blood on the Rails, and then ends in Out of the Basement.

Game Highlights:
• Solitaire or 2 player competitive.
• 45-60 minute games.
• Fast, dynamic gameplay combined skirmish combat and wagaming.
• Campaign play with character progression.

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2 Comments

  1. Colby Bastian on July 11, 2020 at 10:54 pm

    Hello, I run a game store and was interested in carrying your game. Do you have game store options, or do you only do direct distribution?

    • Stone Valley on July 12, 2020 at 8:19 am

      Colby, we are a retailer for this game, DVG is the developer / distributor. You can work with them to see if they’ll distribute to your store as well. Take care! –Eric

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