I've managed to find time to get quite a bit of work done on Ambush Alley 2 over the last couple of weeks and I'm extremely happy with the progress! The game keeps getting leaner, meaner, and more tightly focused. I'm going to try to get a play test session on the table this weekend. If I'm able to do so, I'll post up an AAR and some pictures.
Hey, Peggy here! If you're looking for downloads of our card decks they'll soon all be available on DriveThruCards. You can search for Ambush Alley Games and find Force on Force, Tomorrow's War, and Ambush Valley all available to download for free as usual. Printed decks will be available once we've looked over the ordered proof copies.
For the rest of the decks we're going to be turning them in to true supplement decks. The only cards in the supplement decks will be the ones not found in the core deck. The idea always was to have players able to just shuffle in the cards for their scenarios, but print costs being what they were it was actually cheaper to do a full-sized deck. I don't have an exact price difference yet for the core deck v the supplement one, but there will be one. These cards will be the same as the previously sold ones so no need to order a new deck if you have an existing one.