Reloading The Store

Hey PI-Fans,

How have your holidays been? With the Christmas rush being what it was,  I’m glad that the restocks are in.

In addition to reloading our shelves with classics like Dixit, Love Letter, Coup G54, The Resistance, Munchkin and Fluxx, we’ve gotten a slew of new titles which should see you through to the new year.

– Kenneth, Games @ PI Manager/Thunderbird One Fanboi

5… 4… 3… 2… 1… THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO! Race to the rescue with International Rescue in Matt Leacock’s new cooperative masterpiece based on the classic 1960’s supermarionation TV Series. Outwit the Hood’s machinations with the assistance of the five Tracy Brothers and International Rescue’s London agent, Lady Penelope as International Rescue speeds from disaster to disaster in the Thunderbirds board game.

With Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we got a bucket of swirling dogfights between X-Wings and TIE Fighters. Now, bring these lethal fighters to the tabletop  with the T-70 X-Wing and TIE/FO Expansion for the X-Wing Miniatures Game.

The Marvel Legendary Secret Wars continues in the Marvel Legendary Card Game unleashing a whole new slew of Heroes and Masterminds onto the tabletop as fan favorite characters such as Spider-Gwen and Dr. Punisher the Soldier Supreme launch themselves into the chaos of the Battleworlds in the third large box expansion for the award winning Legendary card game.

Think you’re ready for the mean streets, chummer?  Think you’re better than milk-runs? How about some High-Caliber Ops then? The High-Caliber Ops expansion for the Shadowun Crossfire Deckbuilding Game escalates the action with new gear, guns and spells for the black market and a host of all new nasty threats designed to put the damper on even the most experienced team of runners.

Want a bite-sized Munchkin Experience you can take with you? Or just looking for another pack to toss into your ever growing stack of Munchkin cards? Munchkin Christmas Lite is a standalone card game for 3-4 players designed for both players new to the Munchkin experience while containing all new cards that are right at home in any classic Munchkin set. Small and portable, it’s the perfect Munchkin for a player on the go!

New Board Game Releases
Machi Koro Deluxe Edition Tin
Marvel Legendary: Secret Wars 2
Munchkin Christmas Lite
Munchkin Kittens Expansion
Shadowrun Crossfire: High Calibre Ops
Star Wars X-Wing: T-70 X-Wing Expansion
Star Wars X-Wing: TIE/FO Expansion

Board and Card Game Restocks
7 Wonders and Expansions
Bang! The Card Game
Catan and Expansions
Coup G54
King of New York
King of Tokyo
Marvel Legendary and Expansions
Munchkin and Expansions
Love Letter
Red Dragon Inn
Smash Up and Expansions
Twilight Struggle
The Resistance and Expansions
Lords of Waterdeep
Sheriff of Nottingham

Role Playing Games Restocks
Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set
Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebooks
Pathfinder Core Rulebooks
Pathfinder Starter Set
Reaper Bones Miniatures
Shadowrun Core Rulebook

Miniature Wargame Restocks
BattleTech – Clan 3050 OmniMech Miniatures
Star Wars Armada: Imperial Star Destroyer
Star Wars Armada: Imperial Raider
Star Wars Armada: Rebel MC30c Torpedo Frigate
Star Wars Armada: Rebel MC80 Mon Calamari Cruiser
Star Wars Armada: Rogues and Villains Expansion
Star Wars X-Wing: The Force Awakens Core Set

And the Winners are..

With the Hunt for Cypher Painting Contest concluded, here are our winners! Congratulations! We would like to thank everyone that participated in the painting contest; your creative interpretations of Cypher were amazing!

Here you can see the amazing Cypher that impressed us!

Winner - Zheng Han John's magnificent Cypher sculpt impressed our judges.
The contest winner Zheng Han John’s magnificent Cypher sculpt impressed our judges.

The Runner-up for the Hunt of Cypher painting contest is amazing as well!

Li Chunfu's impressive pose for Cypher leaves us in awe as well!
Li Chunfu’s impressive pose for Cypher leaves us in awe as well!

Once again, congratulations to our winners! Please approach our staff for more information and assistance on your reward. Keep a look out for future painting contests!

X-Wing: Captain Crash

Hey PI-Fans,

Enjoy the X-Wing Miniatures game? Well… try your hand at the Games @ PI casual events – ever so often we get bored and roll out some really weird rule sets. Our next event is coming up on the 9th of January, so those poor fools above had better work on fixing that TIE.

If what both the X-Wing flight-sims and the miniature game taught us holds true, CRASHING = BAD. Of course, on the other hand, setting up someone to crash with you is… slightly more entertaining.

Captain Crash is a casual X-Wing event where scoring kills is… slightly less important than causing people to hit you… So. Strap in folks. It’s gonna be bumpy.


Event Date: 9th Jan 2016, 2 pm.

Fleet Construction:

Bring a Fleet containing no more than 3 ships with a final pointage of not more that 75 points. All ships must be from the same faction. No player may field more than one large based ship.

Each player will be randomly assigned a deployment zone on a single 36×36 X-Wing Game Mat. All players will play on the same mat.

Event Rules:
1) Multiplayer Initiative:
Before each game turn begins and before maneuver dials are set, a player will randomly be selected by die roll as the starting player. The Player will move all his players with ships of the same initiative value first. Players with ships of the same initiative will move their ships progressively clockwise from that player.

2) Reinforcements:
Each time a player’s ship is destroyed, it is returned to play the following turn from that player’s deployment zone with all damage removed. All spent ordnance, pilot skills and illicit cards will be refreshed.

3) Variable Game Length:
At the end of each game turn, a single attack die will be added to the Game Length pool. At the end of each turn, all the dice in the Game Length pool will be rolled. The game ends on the turn that 3 crits are rolled in a single roll.

4) The Anti-Suicide Clause:
Players who intentionally/unintentionally destroy their own ship suffer a point penalty equal to the number of players in the event. Exception are made for ships destroyed by Ion movement.

5) Captain Crash:
Players do not score points in the regular fashion.
– Each enemy ship destroyed by an attack awards 1 point to a player.
– Each time an enemy ship collides with and is forced to stop movement in contact with one of your ships, the ship’s controlling player is awarded 1 point. (If a ship base would overlap 2 or more ships, at the end of movement, award 1 point to each player involved in the pileup).
– Each attack (Ion/Tractor/Bomb etc) that causes an enemy ship to collide with another ship (not necessarily your own) or overlap an obstacle earns the attacking player 1 point.

Participation Fee is $10.
Each participant receives an alternate art Gunner card and a $6 Games @ PI Voucher Die.

After the event, In order of placement, EACH participating players will each get to choose from the following prizes (based on availability):
Acrylic Extra Munitions Tokens
X-Wing Dice Bags
Alternate art Darth Vader card

The player with the highest score will also be awarded an even medal.

Each player who placed will get a prize. In the event that player numbers exceed the prize pool, the prize pool will be supplemented at the store’s discretion.




Play Games, Have Fun, Get Swag!

To Boldly Go…

Please Pardon The Manager. He’s clearly confused and it’s Been A Long Day.


Hi PI-Fans,

A Long Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away… Wait. Something isn’t right. Sorry. Lets try that again.

If I’ve learnt anything, it’s that fandoms are non-exclusive – my love of Star Wars neither competes nor demeans my ability to appreciate Star Trek… Which is great, because even in this time of Star Wars mania, Star Trek 5 Year Mission is really really good game. Unless you’re a redshirt. But. Hey. Who cares about the redshirts?
– Kenneth, Games @ PI Manager/Balancer of the Force.

Command a 5-year mission aboard the USS Enterprise in Star Trek: Five Year Mission. NCC-1701 or NCC 1701-D, you ask? Why not both? Work together to resolve escalating series of alerts before the Enterprise is destroyed. Deal with injuries which lock dice out of play, circumvent ship damage, the prime directive, as well as the ever looming timer as you boldly go where no man has gone before…

In Patchwork, two players compete to build the most aesthetic (and high-scoring) patchwork quilt – creating a beautiful quilt, however, requires effort and time, but the available patches just do not want to fit together. So choose your patches carefully and keep a healthy supply of buttons to not only finish your quilt, but to make it better and more beautiful than your opponent‘s in this devious game of quick thinking and fast needlework.

In the thick of the Viennese modern age, exquisite cafés are competing for customers. This is your opportunity to turn your little café into a world famous hotel. Choose wisely which guests to attract and complete their orders to gain bonus actions as you struggle to wring maximum efficiency out of your limited resources and small pool of staff. Hire staff, fulfill the wishes of your guests, and gain the emperor’s favor. Only then will your café become the Grand Austria Hotel.



New Board Game Releases
Grand Austria Hotel
Star Trek: Five-Year Mission

Board and Card Game Restocks
Bacchus’ Banquet
Catan: Cities & Knights Expansion
Catan: Traders & Barbarians Expansion
Catan: Seafarers Expansions
Catan: Explorers & Pirates Expansion
Family Business
WWE Superstar Showdown

Role Playing Games Restocks
Savage Worlds Explorers Edition Rulebook

Dropzone Commander Community Event

Games @ PI is proud to host the Dropzone Commander Community Tournament on 9th January 2016 at 1030 hrs.

Ready to do your part for the Reconquest?

Download the Tournament Pack HERE and register at the EVENT PAGE.


A Golden Age of humanity has passed into history. A time when mankind advanced implacably and unopposed through the stars has gone beyond living memory.

The armies of the United Colonies of Mankind march towards humanities’ former heartland, battling the dreaded Scourge one world at a time. Many enemies and allies await on this journey; an odyssey through the stars towards a distant and glittering goal – Earth.

Dropzone Commander (DzC) is a 10mm scale sci-fi tabletop wargame, devised for mass battles between two or more players. The game is built around the concept of rapid deployment and redeployment of your forces by airborne dropships, exemplifying the pace of combat on the battlefields of the future. This makes for a tactical and fast paced experience, where quick thinking and strokes of genius often bring victory.

The Quick Brown Fox

Hey PI-Fans,

We’re rolling into the Christmas period, so in addition to the usual new releases you’d expect on a Monday morning, we’re stocking deep in preparation for all your shopping needs.

For of you who  noticed absence from the store, no… they didn’t find my body washed up on a beach somewhere. I’m on vacation. Sort of, anyway. Also, I am not a Manei Domini infiltrator masquerading as the store manager on the internet.
Have a good week, folks.

– Kenneth, Games @ PI Manager/Precentor Dominus

Will your your quest end in death or glory? In Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game, 1 to 4 players guide some of the Old World’s most iconic heroes into the shadows to vanquish some of Warhammer’s most terrifying monsters in a quest for fabulous treasure in this modern re-implementation of the classic cooperative dungeon crawl.

Start at the beginning of A Song of Ice and Fire with Taking the Black, the first Chapter Pack in theWesteros cycle for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. As A Song of Ice and Fire begins, Westeros is at peace. But this deceptive calm will not long remain. Already, conflict between the Great Houses is on the horizon. You can take your place at the very beginning of the story with Taking the Black.

In Flashlights & Fireflies, get ready for a backyard dash-through-the-dark in this game of firefly-powered flashlight freeze tag! Catch fireflies to power your flashlight and then find the other players before they sneak back to home base. But keep an eye out for bats, raccoons, and other nighttime critters that are out to trip up your tracks!
Mrs. Plumpert’s prized pot pie has gone missing and it’s now a chicken chase to crack the case! Move around the board to gather clues and then use the special evidence scanner to rule out suspects. You’ll have to work together quickly because the guilty fox is high-tailing it towards the exit! Will you halt the hungry hooligan before it flies the coop… or will you be Outfoxed?

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New Board Game Releases
A Game Of Thrones 2E: Taking The Black Chapter Pack
Flashlights & Fireflies
Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game
Warhammer 40,000 Conquest: Degree of Ruin War Pack

Board and Card Game Restocks
7 Wonders
Apples to Apples Party Box
Camel Up
Magic: The Gathering -Arena of the Planeswalker
Sushi Go
Forbidden Island
Forbidden Desert
Zeus on the Loose

Role Playing Games Restocks
End of the World: Wrath of the Gods

The truest light often casts the darkest shadows behind men. The power of true faith is never to be taken lightly.
– Jerome Blake,  Primus Administrator of Comstar

Stock Clearance – Citadel Shade Paints

With the introduction of the new Citadel Shade 24ml pots, we would like to clear off the 12ml paint pots!

We’re offering the paint pots at two for S$11! (Usual price $6.50 per pot)

So hurry! Limited stocks available!

December Games Workshop Bundle!

With the holidays here, it’s a good time for some of us to get back in touch with our hobbies!

Games Workshop has a few bundles up for grab and we would like to help you save too! Order the bundles directly through us and save yourself an additional 10%!

Hurry up though! The closing date for our promotion is December 14th, 2015. Check with our staff for more information. The following bundles can be ordered through us;


Tau Empire Retaliation Cadre
S$312 S$281


Stormcast Eternals Expansion Set
S$300 S$270


Khorne Bloodbound Expansion Set
S$300 S$270


Seraphon Thunderbeast Host
S$300 S$270


Citadel Project Paint Box
S$300 S$270


Relicos Militarum
S$360 S$324


Space Marine Battle Demi-Company
S$324 S$292


Adeptus Mechanicus Battle Maniple
S$312 S$281


Adeptus Mechanicus Elimination Maniple
S$216 S$194


Chaos Dreadhold Helfort
S$420 S$378

Betrayal at Calth Painting Log Part 1

Kew’s Painting Log 

Hi everyone, today I’m going to show all of you that painting can be done in three simple steps, Washing, Over brushing and Dry brushing. Those that follow these steps will be able to paint decently enough, even for beginners. First of all, you need to undercoat the miniature it with a primer. Primer is a coating layer that helps ensure that the paint stick on the miniature and does not fall off easily. For beginners, I would recommend priming it either black or white.

White Primer The reason I primed it [the model] white is because I’ll be painting it yellow for the base colour. As yellow is a bright colour, priming it black may not be a good idea because it will cause the model to look duller after painting a bright colour on a black surface. Now the issue with a white undercoat is that it causes any mistakes or regions that you might have missed out on to stand out even more. A way to tackle this is to wash the model with Agrax Earthshade. Washing is a technique that can be used as a touch up when painting models, but I’m using it first because I want make certain that some areas will be darker to create a shadow effect, especially for those areas that I did not manage to paint or missed out. Just dip a shade brush into the paint, don’t have to drive it and just paint as per normal. Try not to leave any excessive pools of the shade on the model as it may make some of the fine details less obvious.

Agrax Earthshade

Soldiers getting in line to get a good nice ‘Mud wash’ Soldiers getting in line to get a good nice ‘Mud wash’

Once done with washing, leave it to dry completely. There you have it, 1/3 of the painting is complete. Till next time stay tuned!

Mokan’s Painting Log

Hi everyone, I am into the second week of my task to prove how easy it can be for anyone to pick up miniature model painting.

Just a general recap from last week, I learnt a few different methods of painting models like dry brushing and applying base colours. I also put to that knowledge to good use and tested it on a few models.

Continuing from where I left off from last week, I continued with the painting, but a bit differently. Initially I did one model at a time, which was primarily because I was a bit afraid on making mistakes. However since I am more confident now on doing the models as I was taught, I changed my routine slightly. Basically I did dry brushing first for all the remaining models and then the added the base colour, followed by the detailing and finishing it up with a little clean up. Since I did this way, I managed to actually do it at a faster pace and also my models seems more consistent as well.


As far as problems goes, I did not encounter any new issues this week, but I still had some trouble from the previous with regards to handling my brush so that I don’t go over unintended parts of the model. I found myself making significant improvements on getting the mixture between water and paint, compared to last week where I ran into the issue of diluting the paint too much which caused the result to be not as expected.


I also had a small little session with a group of two where I taught them on how to paint similar models with the same colour scheme and technique that I was working on. I gave them a short tutorial similar to what I got before embarking on painting these models. The quick and easy method of producing such astonishing visuals by using the dry brushing technique was definitely something that caught their attention greatly. That encouraged them to try out the dry brush technique as well and honestly they did a way better job than I did on my first model.

As a whole, I managed to get quite a number of models done this week compared to last week, and I am also much more satisfied with the results. The fact that I managed to get a small group involved and try out successfully the techniques I am using to quite a substantial effect proves my point that painting models are actually not that hard.