The miniatures board game Sedition Wars: The Battle for Alabaster Station from McVey Studios did have a lot of nice miniatures even though it had a lot of problems.
The Strain, a kind of plague (or alien virus whatever) that reanimates dead tissue shaping a series of horrifying stages of adversaries from zombie to full blown demon mecha…also have some interesting variations. Like these Bonecrabs.
Imagine these scuttling towards you en masse at a rapid clip down a dark, claustrophobic corridor!
The Strain faction
Sedition Wars: The Battle for Alabaster (KS wave 2)
McVey Studios / Cool Mini or Not
Painted so far this month: 7
Painted so far this year: 266
Back to the interesting bits rediscovered when moving – here is a Dwarf Tower by Grendel Productions I bought sometime in the 90s. They made lots of cool scenery items and warbeasts in resin in a time where everything was metal or plastic. They also made the Fantasy game Leviathan. I believe most of their line is still available under the name “Scotia Grendel”.
This one I have had to do some repairs to make it stand even, as the top was listing quite a bit. Still not perfect, but much better.
I also have a suspicion that there is supposed to be a smallish piece that is missing here, to connect it to other castle-like bits in the same range. I might have it, but I need to look through the box. And that box is at the bottom of the stack after moving.
Painted so far this month: 1
Painted so far this year: 260