Privateer Press & WhiteMoon Dreams To Bring Steam-Powered Miniatures Combat to the Screen
Bellevue, WA. August 25, 2009—Privateer Press announced at Gen Con August 14th that they have licensed the rights for a WARMACHINE video game to WhiteMoon Dreams, a video game developer in Southern California.
Bellevue WA. May 26, 2009—Following the success of their critically acclaimed family card game Infernal Contraption, Privateer Press is pleased to announce Scrappers, a family board game for 2–4 players ages 9 and up. In Scrappers players take on the role of lively goblin mechanics as they race around a factory trying to pull parts off a constantly moving conveyor belt in order to complete their contraptions. Featuring stunning full-color artwork from Privateer Press artist Chris Walton, Scrappers is scheduled for worldwide release in September 2009, and will feature English, Italian, German, Spanish, and French translations.
Seattle, WA. July 14th, 2006—Privateer Press, Inc. announces their production of Formula P3, a hobby paint line to compliment their miniature lines HORDES™ and WARMACHINE®. Designed by Privateer Press' miniatures director and industry pioneer Mike McVey, the Formula P3 paint line launches with 36 colors in six sets designed for both beginner and professional hobbyists.
Mike McVey has this to say about the new product line:
Seattle, WA. March 19, 2007—Today leading game publisher Privateer Press announced the release of a new card game. Infernal Contraption™, an infectiously fun card game for 2-4 players of age 12 and older, will be unleashed world-wide starting this summer.
Seattle, August 20th 2005—Privateer Press, Inc. announced the development of a completely new miniatures game today. A follow-up to their award winning WARMACHINE, the new product titled HORDES, will focus on massive warbeasts and their controlling warlocks in the wilds of the Iron Kingdoms.
Matt Wilson, Creative director for Privateer Press had this to say about the new line: