I only recently started playing HeroClix.
I find it a bit funny that, just after I start playing, one of my favorite characters from all superhero universes gets his own set.
Of course, I had to get as many as them as possible, much like with my Street Fighter set, which led to a friend and I purchasing a brick of booster packs. (In HeroClix land, a “brick” is a pack of 10 boosters, each containing five random figures. A “crate” is two bricks.)
Since we went in on it together, it was only fair that we open it together, which had to, of course, be recorded.
Continue reading Deadpool gets his own HeroClix set, and we break it open
A Kickstarter project I funded a good while back is finally making its debut.
Pixel Press Floors lets you draw your own games, much like I did in my younger years, then take a photo of them with your iPad or iPhone, and eventually Android devices, and turn them into playable video games.
Continue reading ‘Pixel Press Floors’ gets Apple approval, new trailer
In my quest to gather each and every Street Fighter HeroClix piece, I purchased 12 single-piece booster packs on eBay.
Since they’re no longer printed, I don’t have many other options, save for buying each piece individually.
As of starting the video, I had six left I needed, thanks to a starter pack and a very excellent eBay auction.
How many did I end up with, though? Watch on!
Continue reading Street Fighter HeroClix booster-opening fun!
I’ve not done one of these before, but it seemed like a good time to give it a go. I’ll be writing a column about it for The Monitor this week, and I’ll post a link to it once it goes live at TheMonitor.com. Until then, enjoy the unboxing video, and click here if you’d like to sign up for yourself.