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This Week's Update - 15/01/2010
Written by Nick Huggins   
Jan 15, 2010 at 07:15 AM

Happy new Year! So we're back after our Christmas break - which turned into quite a long break - with a small update this week. Firstly, you should find a scenario by Tad Cantwell called "The Return of Blacula" in the scenario bank. Secondly, a friend of Noirin's (dunno who) suggested that we start a "search by game" option on the scenario bank. You'll find that implemented now, and we'll be adding the tags on our archive slowly but surely over the coming weeks. Thanks, unnamed friend-of-Noirin!

Also... WARPCON. Don't say we didn't tell ya!

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This Week's Update: 18/12/2009
Written by Noirin Curran   
Dec 18, 2009 at 03:41 PM

Hello there, Irish Gamers!

Firstly, a great big Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Season's Greetings and all of that malarky to you all from us here at IrishGaming.Com. Here's hoping that it's a good one for you, regardless of where you are and what you'll be getting up to.

This week, we have a treat for ye: three Warpcon scenarios from the one and only Gar Hanrahan! The donation of these was, by no means, done with the sole intention of Gar climbing to the top of the leaderboard - honest! "Time Out of Joint" is a Dr. Who game and "Recounting the Cost" and "Electioneering" are Unknown Armies scenarios. (Thanks Gar!) Don't say we never do anything nice for you guys ;)

Also, we'll be taking a break for the next two weeks for Christmas Day and New Years Day, but we hope to see you all back here early in the New Year for more gaming related shenanigans!

Happy gaming!

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This Week's Update - 11/12/2009
Written by Nick Huggins   
Dec 11, 2009 at 06:13 AM

This week we conclude our trilogy of Donogh McCarthy's excellent cyberpunk scenarios with "Provocation" from Warpcon 2004. We're also offering Tad Cantwell's Halloween Rifts scenario, which is most definitely out of season.

Over in our links section this week you'll have seen a link to the Hobby Den, a new online wargaming shop based in Kildare. Anyone think that we're doing pretty well for shops recently?

See you in seven!

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