Perfect for miniatures or war games - Toxic Bag Productions' Sounds of the Pacific War: Carrier War #1 puts you right in the middle of the Pacific War ca. 1942. Sounds include: • U.S. STRIKE LAUNCH (1:11) American Dauntless and Devestator bombers and Wildcat fighters roar off the flight deck of an American carrier to attack a distant Japanese task force.
• U.S. STRIKE... [click here for more]
Genre: Military, Historic Format: Mp3 (320 kbps) and FLAC. Length: 10 minute loop
Professional Golden Reel and Emmy-nominated sound designer Wes Otis brings you richly detailed audio for your tabletop games. They’re mixed to be played in the background, adding ambience to your storytelling, LARP or board game without being a distraction. Wes has taken his 30 years... [click here for more]
Environments and Atmospheres
ESA’s main catalogue is its growing selection of environments and atmospheres, recorded from real-world locations around Northumberland, England. From coasts to forests, windy moors and farmland, the Northumbrian region provides a wealth of backdrop sounds that bring life to your gameplay.
Items within the ‘Environments and Atmospheres’... [click here for more]
This is a complete and unabridged MP3 audio book (talking book) covering the war time activities of THE American Escadrille. During World War I, before America entered the war, many Americans volunteered to fight for the French. These valiant volunteers fought in all the arms of the French military sevices and not least, in the air. Formed into air units of their own these Amercans trained, fought... [click here for more]
Special guest Dean Emmerson is a member of the Maine Historical Wargamers Association, which organizesHuzzahCon in Portland, Maine. He joins the episode to share why you need to attend HuzzahCon 2014. Some of the highlights are shared. Dean and Jonathan discuss great places to eat in Portland, Maine.
The duo express their love for the Boston Trained Bandsgaming club... [click here for more]
Holiday Gift Guide 2012.
December is here and that means it is time for another installment of the annual holiday gift guide. Don’t worry, Jonathan mistakenly says “Holiday Gift Guide 2013″ in the episode but he really means 2012. This year there are a couple of changes. The price categories are now Under $20, Under $50, and $100 and Up. Also, categories have 3 recommendations... [click here for more]