Pulp City

Welcome to the Pulp City World where powerful Heroes clash with evil Villains!

Pulp City is the precious child of our twisted minds. It is born of our love for both miniature games and comic books. It’s fast, it’s furious and smart. It’s your own The Good, the Bad and the Ugly meets Godzilla.

First, we invite you to play a game that is heroic and character driven. Pulp City does not create a new world. It recreates a storyline with familiar elements of our pulp, TV series, B movies and all-time favorites from comic books!
Take a walk down the crowded Sunset Blvd. Pulp City is as hot and humid as Miami before a storm. Pulp City is as dangerous as New York City before Giuliani. Crave for the sea breeze and the shade of palm trees and pray you don’t end up in the middle of the clash between Villains and Heroes.

Choose from the deadliest Supremes of Pulp City. Build your team of elite Villains or noble Heroes. This is the only “army choice” we’ll ask you to make. If you feel like picking a theme for your Supremes, go for the rebelling apes or brooding supernatural hunters. Or mix them any way you like.

And last, but not least, good news for you: Pulp City does not have a huge “door fee.” It is a true skirmish that works perfect with 6-8 models a side.

The game is about strategy and resource management. You will soon learn that having a team built without a support hero is tempting but risky. In a game Round, you will never be able to perform all the actions you would like, prioritizing them is the key to winning.

With frequent updates, we’ll provide you with new models, brilliant art, comic book style strips and campaigns and ideas that shape the Pulp City setting. So get ready to protect Pulp City in the coming months from alien invasions, necroplague from the outer dimension and all your favorite pulp events!

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