With our recent conversion to Great Escape Games Rule sets ,Rules of Engagement for ww2 and 1914 for WW1 &7 Days to the Rhine for the cold war period ,it only had to be a matter of time before we looked at Clash of Empires for Ancients and Dark Ages .I must admit my wargaming buddy John bought them a while ago for his Romans and Brits but when I read a review stating they could be used for the Dark Ages and medievils I took th plunge and I am glad I did , I got the main rule book and the Age of Ravens supplement for the Dark Ages .The main Rule book is an hard cover ,full colour book packed with rules ,advanced rules and army lists & scenarios , a full index and list of figure manufacturers ,they are laid out really well with the pages colour coded for each section such as movement and combat they are 192 pages long with the army lists covering Early Imperial Rome ,Germans,British,Caledonian & Dacien.The Supplement is again hardback ,split into 3 sections Wolves unto the fold ,covering the early D
Lately I have been writing about a cool Kickstarter called The Carniverse. You may have seen my article introducing the The post Carniverse Battle Report appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Living in the United Kingdom, to say that priming my miniatures outside isn’t always an option is certainly understating the issue. With weather so inconsistent it could make your head spin, I’ve been looking for [...] The post LifeColor Acrylic Primer Range appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
It is said here at Polyhedron Collider that I’m a bit adverse to random chance. It’s mostly true, probably because I say it. However, it’s not an entirely blanket statement as there are a few exceptions to this rule. Whilst it’s true that I’m hugely repulsed by games that place your victory or outcome in the lap of those infernal cubes of chance, being able to react to said result or proactively tip the balance in your favour is something I do enjoy. It all comes down to that ever-popular meaningful decision that we love so much. Read more »
This kit has been around for a while, but I think it makes sense to team it up with the Campaign supplement for Operation Overlord. Warlord Games gave the US Infantry, one of the oldest kits for Bolt Action along with the Brits, an overhaul. And that box is todays topic, the new US Infantry, […]
In this post, I take a look at the Multimedia Module by HobbyZone.pl. This unit is a part of their The post Review – IPad Holder by HobbyZone appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Terrain is an important part of any game, and I am always keen to see, what interesting pieces can be added to a gamers collection. The Dominion of Sigmar was introduced earlier this year, as fantasy counterpart to the very well done Sectors already available for Warhammer 40,000. Among those temples and shrines in the […]
If you follow my Social Media feeds, you know that DGS Games caught my attention. This small miniatures company produces The post First Look at DGS Games Miniatures appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Role-playing games are in the midst of a surge in popularity and mainstream attention thanks in part to the likes of Stranger Things. There’s a wave of nostalgia for some who played in their youth. [...] The post Getting Grim and Perilous with Zweihander RPG appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
To be added to the Warcry terrain, I got myself the Azyrite Townscape. I had my eyes on the kit for a while now, as it is generic set of ruins and as such can be used for multiple setups. The Azyrite Townscape is part of the Dominion of Sigmar terrain range and accompanied by […]
As promised we continue the review on Warcry today, after we've talked about the Warbands and other miniatures yesterday, the second part will focus on the terrain and gaming board you will fight your matches on. Included with Warcry as part of the terrain is a 22" by 30" folding game plan. It is printed […]
Today is the release day of the newest boxed set within the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Universe - Warcry! Warcry is a skirmish game with smaller warbands and is offered as a starter set including terrain and gaming board, similar to what we know from Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team. The box the starter set comes […]
Bosk: nouna small wood or thicket, especially of bushes.According to Urbandictionary.com it can also mean good, great, or enjoyable. (don’t look into Urban Dictionary to much here as it gets a little...spicy). So, is Bosk bosk? And if Bosk is bosk, how bosk is it? And, if a squirrel jumps out of a tree in Bosk and lands on your pile of leaves how bosking annoying is it?Read more »
Carthage Review Carthage by SAS Interactive A Review by Bob Nolan [Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the publisher but I have received a promotional copy of the game for this review.] Product Name: Carthage Publisher: SAS Interactive Mechanics: Boardgame, … Continue reading →
Ordinarily, the name of a game gives a clue as to the content, theme or idea behind it. It seems that Chip Theory Games beg to differ and named their game, Too Many Bones, based on Moon Logic and a vague idea. For the game is not about, as you might expect, skeletons, pirates, the undead or even the exploits of an enthusiastic grave-digger with hoarding tendencies who is running out of storage space. Read more »