Taken from the Miniatures PageSkirmish Wargaming in the Late C20th CenturyWritten by Wayne BollandsISBN: 978-1-85818-758-756 pagesPaperback$29.00 from On Military MattersA new "Cold War Gone Hot" rules set has hit the market, and I've gotten an chance to take a look at it. The only reference to the novel series is that shares the name, and something of the premise, but no hovercraft or hard as nails snipers to be found here! It's a shame, because that series was very, very gameable, both from a RPG and wargaming perspective. The production quality was fairly good, and I was pretty chuffed with it when I first got it, but there were some issues. First, I wasn't too happy that some of the gear mentioned in the squad organizations was not stated out in the game. Granted, an M113 is probably very much like an FV-432 in game terms, but it's really kind of phoned in IMO, or one size fits all ATGM?!You can tell it's descended from "Living on the Frontline", and the game's system is very, very similar, if not identic
In our CO₂: Second Chance review, we take a look at a game from Vital Lacerda and Stronghold Games about controlling the planet's pollution levels. The post CO₂: Second Chance Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
A couple of weeks ago, I received a copy of Rebels and Patriots from Osprey Games. Thank you very much The post Rebels and Patriots by Osprey Games – Battle Report and First Impressions appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
The first new expansion for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress is up for pre-order today! I was lucky enough to have a chance to go after this near-unkillable beast myself this week, so join us for a review of the box and one-off adventure to The Lair of the Beast!
In our Tiny Epic Zombies review, we take a look at a horror game in which humans are trying to kill zombies and complete objectives. The post Tiny Epic Zombies Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Sorry for the back to back long episodes. However, we have a good reason. First, Sara Erickson from Renegade Game Studios dropped by and wanted to tell us about Mike Elliot’s new game, Terror Below, that is currently on Kickstarter. Don’t worry, it is funded but if you have any doubts on if you are backing or have questions, maybe Sara will have the answers you seek. She also was subjected to a Rank’em, something we haven’t had the opportunity to do in awhile. Next comes to fairly lengthy discussion about two games that we go to the table. Raccoon Tycoon from Forbidden Games is a very enjoyable commodities game that is fast to teach and play. We also are finding that the various strategies work well so no set winning one and anytime we have an hour to get a game in, it is a good bet we will reach for it. If you want to try out a commodities game, we can’t recommend this enough. Components and art are top notch and the price at Miniature Market makes it tough not to get. Beta Colony by Rio Grande Games w
This isn't a review because I'm writing it myself about my own product. It's more an informative post that I can use to link people who ask me questions about the Garfy's Get a Grip range. So if you want to find out why thousands of people have chosen to add these popular paint handles to their hobby areas then read on. More after the jump
In some of my previous posts, I discussed planning my prefect hobby room and the IKEA furniture that I bought The post Planning my HobbyZone Modular Workstation appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time I look through the upcoming supplement Frostgrave: The Wizards’ Conclave. This collection of new Solo, CoOperative and Campaign scenarios have been guest written by some of the biggest names in the Wargaming industry, Allessio Cavatore, Andy Chambers, Gav Thorpe, Chris Pramas and more! Check it out HERE: https://ospreypublishing.com/frostgrave-the-wizards-conclave
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time we’re taking a look at the latest Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Flesh-Eater Courts. Check out the review of the Skaven Battletome HERE: https://youtu.be/ncjx_fFVbgA
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time we’re taking a look at the latest Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Skaven. Check out the review of the Flesh-Eater Courts Battletome HERE: https://youtu.be/S5rpKNn3318
In our Belratti review, we take a look at a limited communication card game from Michael Loth and Cheat Publishing. The post Belratti Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
A bit unexpected a new Killzone was released, the Killzone Sector Fronteris. So far, the existing Killzones were based upon already released terrain kits and repacked them with a solid bargain. The Sector Fronteris makes use of the STC Ryza Pattern design, that were first introduced with the Realm of Battle Moon Base Klaisus and […]
With three projects on my plate including a recent unboxing of the VW Beetle, I wasn't looking to add to the worktable let alone do another unboxing so soon. But with all said projects being long term ones, I just felt the need for a quick pick-me-up project that didn't require too much thought in the execution of its assembly and painting process. Cue entry of the Bandai Star Wars 1/12 scale
Today I'm covering the Urban Conquest supplement for the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40,000. Games Workshop is starting 2019 strong with a new campaign boxed set for their main game in the grim dark future of the 41st millenium. Urban Conquest picks up the city fight theme of its predecessor from the 3rd edition City […]