Thursday, March 1, 2012
Richard Gloucester, King of England, will have a chance to keep his throne again in the new game from White Dog Games, Loyaulte Me Lie, Bosworth Field, August 22, 1485.
From designer Michael W. Kennedy, the game uses the terrain of the actual battlefield site, discovered after a ten-year search by university staff, located several miles from where it was thought to be. With counter art by Lionel Liron and Tom Cundiff, and map art by Tim Allen, Loyaulte me Lie will have a 22" x 17" game board, over 120 die-cut, 5-8 inch counters and markers, and a four-page rulebook. Publication date is mid April, 2012.