The latest team kit for Blood Bowl, the Nurgle Rotters, was introduced at Warhammer Fest Europe and up for pre-order shortly after. Today I want to cover this Nurgle devoted team in this review. The boxed set is 25 EUR and covers two identical plastic sprues, 12 round bases (with a diameter of 32mm, slot […]
I have already covered the plastic kits of the Afrika Korps and 8th Army Infantry that came along with this campaign supplement for Bolt Action - Campaign the Western Desert. Now it is time for the book itself. The name already gives it away, this book covers the first chapter between 1940 and 1942 of […]
In our Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game review, we look at a game in which you're trying to solve cases by following leads and using your agency's database. The post Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
While on vacation, Marty was able to find someone who obviously had nothing to do and filled in for me. David Waybright, from Man vs Meeple, was kind enough to take on the challenge of being grumpy. He failed, but that is okay. We still really appreciate the effort. David and Marty talk about Tiny Epic Mechs that is on Kickstarter now and has already blown past $300k, no chance of this not funding at $15,000. David and Marty also spend time and no telling how many takes doing a 5 Minute Initiative on Cryptid from Osprey Games. Since I haven’t played it, I am interested in their thoughts on it and whether or not I will be taught by Marty or if this is one I will learn on my own. Those two also decide that they need to explore hype for a board game and how it impacts expectations, sales, and initial plays. Don’t want to “hype” this discussion to much so you will not be let down when you listen to it. But before I left on vacation, Marty and I did two reviews as well. Gizmos from CMON is a simple engine builder
As already mentioned with the review of the Afrika Korps box, the Western Desert supplement is supported by two new infantry kits, and here is the second one, the British 8th Army Commonwealth infantry kit. As these were prepared at the same time, we had the chance to see the 3-Ups at this year's Salute […]
It’s time to check out another ready-out-of-the-box Terrain set and Kill Team Gaming Mat from GameMat.eu! Check out the Chem-Zone terrain HERE: https://www.gamemat.eu/our-products/terrain/chem-zone/us/ Check out the reversable Kill Team Gaming Mat HERE: https://www.gamemat.eu/our-products/battle-mats/22-x30-double-sided-g-mats/22-x30-double-sided-g-mat-quarantine-and-fallout-zone/us/
After a brief detour into the Wild West, we're back to anti-tank gun week with the PaK 40 by Rubicon Models. The 7,5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 40 or PaK 40 was the backbone of the late war German anti-tank guns. More than 23.000 units were produced and mostly used on carriages, but some were mounted to tank […]
Today we're looking at the successor of the PaK 36, the PaK 38 by Rubicon Models. This kit covers the variants 38 and 97/38 of the anti-tank gun including a crew. Rheinmetall-Borsig, who produced the earlier PaK 36 as well, were ordered to develop a new, heavier anti-tank gun after the Spanish Civil War. After […]
Welcome to a review of some of the exciting and shiny things that AoWS are force pushing… (not sorry) out at the moment. Today I am going to be looking at their SW:Legion Core token set. Linky To Them Price – £15.99 … Continue reading →
Privateer Press’ P3, Redgrassgames’ Everlasting Studio XL, and a homemade wet palette are all reviewed. We also review a handful of Ironclad Miniatures’ field positions and Things from the Basement’s two columns inspired by Frostgrave (affiliate link) Ghost Archipelago (affiliate link). Wargaming Recon Army members get newest episodes FIRST Don’t… Read More» The post Wet Palettes Reviewed – Wargaming Recon #215 appeared first on Wargaming Recon.
This week is all about anti-tank guns. We'll cover a couple of different sets in 28mm, beginning with this PaK 36 AT Gun incl. crew by Rubicon Models. The PaK (Panzerabwehrkanone) 36 was a German anti-tank gun, that was issued to the German army in 1936 and used by the tank hunter units until 1942. […]
Aside from Lord of the Rings, I don’t tend to write a lot about Games Workshop. That said, Games Workshop The post Shadespire: Showcase and First Impressions appeared first on Must Contain Minis.
In our Direwild review, we look at a cooperative deck building game in which you get to create unique animals to help you defeat tough enemies. The post Direwild Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
The last of the warband supplements for Warhammer Underworlds Season 1 Shadespire in a review will be the Farstriders. We had Magore's Fiends early this week. Similar as the Fiends picked up the Khorne theme from the starter kit, the Farstriders pick up with the Stormcast Eternals from the same set. The Farstriders are the […]
Nostalgia gives us that feeling of a melancholy time from our past when we were happy and can be brought on from a smell, a sight, or even the buzz of a motor vibrating a piece of metal. That is right, we got to enjoy the rebirth of Electric Football from Tudor Games recently and the moment we pushed the button to cause the players to move and I heard that familiar sound, I was filled with nostalgia. I remember playing this game with friends and the excitement as we watched our players “move” across the field like we were at a real football game. We didn’t have a local NFL team in Charlotte back then and this was our way creating our own memories of going to a game. Not only that, we were the coach. We had our playbook and the satisfaction of watching a receiver run a route to perfection and score was a huge sense of accomplishment. But don’t forget the curiosity this game creates because as a kid, I wanted to understand how it worked. Why did the vibrating metal make those little plastic tabs move across the