Welcome to the Oakbound Games website.
Oakbound harks back to a bygone era of gaming. Not just when figures were heavier, smaller and more characterful but to a time before gaming was big corporate business. A time when groups of friends and small companies worked together to create the magic that graced the tabletops of the world. We want to collaborate as much as possible with other small, independent companies to produce diverse games that encourage creativity, story telling and the DIY hobby experience of generations past.
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THE WOODS is a world of Celtic folklore, where Fae incursions into the Mortal Realm have left the dark corners and desolate moors populated by strange and terrible creatures.
THE LEGENDS OF BRITISH STEAMPUNK have received special commission from Her Imperial Majesty's Government to pioneer beyond the edge of the Empire, exploring uncharted lands and spreading the refinement of tea and cucumber sandwiches.
SYSTEMMECH is Oakbound's tabletop roleplay system. There are no dice rolls and no cards to draw, how you lead your forces will determine the outcome in this narrative RPG. The system is free to download and supported by Oakbound's sourcebooks.
OAKBOUND MINIATURES is where you'll find all those fun miniatures we couldn't fit anywhere else!
STUDIO SERVICES lists the commission services we offer, including sculpting, painting and custom scenery.
FACTIOUS WASTE takes you into the desolate wastes of Outworld where Trash Runners fight over the remains of the broken world. Here the sceptre of law is held by the ruthless ReFrat and corporate GenPower. Survival means total compliance or armed rebellion, which side will you fall on?
TRIPODS is Oakbound's first published board game, pitting humanity against the Martians in an H.G. Wells inspired invasion of London.
To see behind the scenes at Oakbound and keep up with latest news and releases visit our Facebook Page and our designer's blog
Good Old Fashioned Hand Written Code by Eric J. Schwarz