# **Great Game and Great Support From The Author! Buy It!!**
After searching high and low for a WWII ruleset, I decided that I would buy Nuts! Final Version as my game of choice.
I was swayed primarily by the forums on TMP to make this purchase. In most "what ruleset should I buy?" threads within TMP, Nuts! had come up over and over and over again.
The thing that stood out most to me is the ability to play solo. I don't often get to have games face to face, so I was looking for a ruleset that would support a single player. The very same ruleset also allows ,ultiple plays to play on the same side versus the ruleset. And finally you can play head to head. At first I thought it was too good to be true, but again thread after thread spoke highly about the game.
With the ability to play solo, comes the Reaction System. And to me, this was the clincher as to why I should buy the ruleset. How many times have you played a game where you know exactly what you're going to do? Probabl...
I really enjoyed putting this together. The instructions were simple to follow. I really recommend following their lead and getting card stock and a liquid glue stick! Looking forward to making more of their models.
Wonderful map. Glued the segments to foamcore, then glued and taped the foamcore togeather. Have it in two halves (right at the river) so it stores easily in a closet. Working on buildings to populate the map and eventually wall-segments to enclose the town.
Publisher: Nemo Works
Date Added: 07/16/2017 16:40:10
All of the previous reviewers are correct... Every one of the products in the Endless Dungeons series are fantastic. The artwork is outstanding and the way the tiles are created make for any easy, quick setup of a random dungeon. I sincerely hope NemoWorks plans on continuing with the line, as I will definitely be buying anything & everything they release for Endless Dungeons.
I live in an area where I can't find many people to play with, so I spend a lot of my time playing alone, or making up my own games. These maps are exactly what I need. There is so much they can be used for, including about any RPG that I have found out there. I don't think anyone would be disappointed for buying this pack. The artwork is very thematic, as well.
I'm only a recent skirm-style game convert and have tried a number of systems looking for that elusive 'something special'.
I think I've found it with Rogue Planet.
The depth of tactical choice coupled with the amount of character the mechanics afford is absolutely bang-on. Couple that with basically zero book-keeping, low complexity and a huge amount of adaptability and flexibility... I'm just dumbfounded that my mates hadn't discovered this gem before me! The system provides the means of running an entertaining battle with only a handful of miniatures on each side and little or any homework/prep.
If you'd like a sense of how the game plays, you might like to check out this [Battle Report](https://southernbermanblog.blogspot.com.au/2017/07/l- ibuscha-primes-defense-rogue-planet.html) - if you get a sense that we've enjoyed the game, well you're right! I'm looking forward to trialling Brent's other creations in due course....
A truly excellent piece. This building is so simpe to construct, yet offers so much, that it's simply a must-buy for anyone planning a town\city setting. This model has lots of variations - three types of roofs, three types of dormers, the door can be on the narrow side or the wide side (or both), a lamp beside each door, and more and more options. And whatever you choose, you only print two pages, simple cuts and you're almost finished!
This is an excellent way to begin paper modeling, and the result is VERY rewarding. ...