- The Happy Nebula Adventures
website at happynebula.com
is down as they no longer control that
domain name (though the .net version is
still up in a limited form).
- An update from Steve at Happy Nebula.
Armada: Assault Fleet was
released at Origins and is now available at
web store for $18.00, payment via
PayPal. Pictures of the minis should
be posted soon, maybe this week but definitely
by next week.
The guys from Happy Nebula were at
Origins last weekend promoting their games
including Armada: Assault Fleet.
A look at their website now shows this game
is due out in July and they are taking
listed were the following items:
10x15 large maps - $.50
World Interceptor - $2.00
Expanse Phalanx - $2.00
Colonial Alliance Skirmisher - $2.00
World Shuttle - $2.00
Interceptor - $2.00
Stand (Coming Soon) - $1.50.
- The guys from Happy Nebula had a
display of this game in the dealers room
at GenCon. I was able to talk to the
designer about it quickly but I never had
a chance to get back and get more
details. Here are my pics from
GenCon (click for larger versions).
Assault Fleet will be a 3D game
using a unique stand to show the ships in
a variety of positions as it can rotate or
dive. The game board in unique in
that ships can have one of 8 different
facings. It was stated that they
hope for a GenCon 2004 release.
are the questions and answers for Armada:
Assault Fleet posted on Happy
Nebula's Message Board:
1. What is it?
Armada – Assault Fleet is a Tactical
Table Top Miniatures Space Game
2. Yeah, and… What makes it different?
The game is a full three-dimensional
combat experience played with completely
scaled miniatures on a different grid
3. What type of space combat?
Armada incorporates ships from as small as
a one-man fighter to as large as a carrier
or battleship. All vessels are to scale
with one another.
4. When will it be released?
The game is undergoing its last set of
revisions. It will be play-tested at small
conventions this coming year and fully
released next year.