There are an absolute ton of miniature gaming companies out there. Some of them you can find at your Local Gaming Store and others you can’t. On this page, I list all of the companies that supported Must Contain Minis by sending products in to review. Giving them highlighted space on Must Contain Minis is my way of thanking them.
Originally, I listed them all by the value of the products that they sent in to the site, but the list has grown so much that I will now list them alphabetically. That said, I will still identify some of the larger supporters of the site just to keep you informed by placing asterisks “*” by their names. These companies have sent a larger amount of products to MCM than the other companies.
From this page you will find links to all of those companies and to the posts about.
Now, let’s take a look at that list of highlighted companies.
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It has been a long time since Asmodee sent me a product to look at, but they sent me both Runewars and Conan: The Board Game to look at.
For stories about them and their product, check out my Asmodee Category Page.
Cardboard Dungeon Games
Cardboard Dungeon Games is a local gaming company that is quickly becoming one of my favourites. They carry TTCombat terrain, tons of games (that are not GW), and sell their own line of gaming mats and miniatures rules sets.
For stories about them and their product, check out my Cardboard Dungeon Games Category Page.
Cigar Box Battle *
Cigar Box Battle makes mats for gaming tables. These fabric mats are some of the nicest gaming accessories that I have for my tabletop. They just make everything pop!
You can find posts about their products (or posts containing their products) by checking out my Cigar Box Battle Category Page.
Crucible Crush is somewhat local to me and I really like that they sell Frostgrave and Bolt Action kits. They carry a lot of Warlord Games products and run their own games like Flint & Feather and Black Sun.
For stories about them and their product, check out my Crucible Crush Category Page.
DGS Games makes beautiful miniatures and produces their own miniatures game called Freeblades.
For stories about them, check out my DGS Games Category Page.
Firelock Games *
Firelock Games has become a massive supporter of Must Contain Minis. Their products are absolutely stunning on the tabletop. Blood & Plunder has got to be one of the most visually appealing games I have ever seen on the tabletop. It makes me very happy to talk about their products on this website.
For posts about their products, check out my Firelock Games Category Page.
Forbes Hobbies is my favourite friendly local gaming store. They are in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada and have the biggest available gaming space in the area. They also help me with access to commission painters that help with the site and a place where I photographed many of my Battle Reports.
For stories about them, check out my Forbes Hobbies Category Page.
Here is a luxury item that I am really happy to have. A HobbyZone Modular Workshop System. This unit is gorgeous and really feels good to sit down and paint at. HobbyZone are the original creators of the system, and in my opinion, they still make the most visually appealing version of a Hobby Organization System.
For stories about them and their product, check out my HobbyZone Category Page.
Hyacinth Games are the makers of Wreckage.
For stories about them, check out my Hyacinth Games Category Page.
Heath Robinson of Infinite Black has been a long time supporter of Must Contain Minis. We reviewed one of his board games (which is great), his terrain tiles and his Elder Dice. All cool products.
For stories about them and their product, check out my Infinite Black / RAINN Studios Category Page.
Now here is a company that I want to get to know more about their miniatures games. They publish Elder Scrolls and Fallout the Miniatures Game. On top of that, they publish many role playing games. Sometimes you see coverage of those games on this site too.
Monster Fight Club
Monster Fight Club makes pre-painted terrain for 28mm to 40mm gaming. They also make 35mm miniatures for Cyberpunk Red. They make some really great products and I thoroughly enjoyed the products they sent me for review.
For stories about them, check out my Monster Fight Club Category Page.
North Star Military Figures
North Star Military Figures has got to be one of my favourite companies right now. They make the Forstgrave and Oathmark miniatures and also sell so many other manufacturers too. This is one of my “go to” companies. I made a lot of orders from them overseas and have always been happy with them.
For stories about them and their product, check out my North Star Military Figures Category Page.
Osprey Games *
Osprey Games was the first big supporter of Must Contain Minis. I am a huge fan of Osprey Publishing and Opsrey Games. Their products fit in perfectly with Must Contain Minis as they publish many Indie type miniatures game to the highest degree of polish that I have seen. Many of their titles are games that I play anyways – including Frostgrave and Bolt Action.
For Posts about their company, check out my Osprey Games Category Page.
Six Squared Studios
Six Squared Studios is another miniatures gaming company somewhat local to me. These guys make terrain at amazing prices. Their shipping rates within North America are really competitive too.
For stories about them and their product, check out my Six Squared Studios Category Page.
Tally-Ho Games went to Kickstarter to fund a miniatures game. They sent me a handful of miniatures to review.
For stories about them, check out my Tally-Ho Games Category Page.
Wargames Atlantic *
Wargames Atlantic is an up and coming company. I consider them the company to watch when it comes to plastic miniatures. They keep pumping out new miniatures kits at a super fast speed. It’s simply amazing and their products are really good at an amazing price point.
For posts about their products and company, check out my Wargames Atlantic Category Page.