Sam & Dan Todd (of Through the Looking Glass fame) were kind enough to extract all of the Cobalt-60 simulator music tracks from Wing Commander Prophecy for us! They're available now in mp3 format... They also suggest we mention that Cobalt 60's album, Elemental, can be purchased here.
Peter Telep's official site has been updated with a poll asking what sort of books you think he should write. Go vote!
Korax has sent an update on the status of Wing Commander: Incursion fan-made 3D movie he's working on...
By next Monday 1st November The Incursion Web Site will have a new promo trailer which contains a little background to the movie also a nice fire fight between some arrows and Dralthi, it sets a atmosphere more than anything. Download for the movie comes in two ways one has sound taken from WC2 or no sound (size being the difference) there will be 3 files to download for both versions around 15 meg for the first two files and between 2 and 6 meg for the last (version difference)
Also the first part of the script will be available for anyone out there to take part in.
Also a progression page will be put up which has the scenes and models that we are doing and gives a idea of how things are going.
All of these things that are going to the web site are done it is just uploading that will take the time, so the site may be up sooner than Monday
Enthusiast Simon Cagoule reports. This year's Boardgame Super-Roll LXVII saw a level of competition and expertise that exceeded all previous expectations. Chief attraction was the much-hyped 'Genocide' showdown between Field Marshalls Alan Weeton and Marcus Peabody, a clash of the titans that saw Peabody gain a Pyrrhic victory through extensive use of Biological weapon counters. Also notable was the 'Munchin' Mutants' grand championship, the 'Contorter' free-for-all, and GM Kris Molson's specially created 'Dungeons of Ultimate Peril and Suffering' scenario, which afforded many a fan good sport. All in all, a fine day's gaming, and one which promised much for next year.