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FROG: Free Robot Over Ground


Finger and Toe Models announce its latest release: FROG: Free Robot Over Ground.

FROG: Free Robot Over Ground
is Finger and Toe’s 28mm version of the flying armed robots that scout ahead of and support the infantry.  FROGs come in two versions: the heavy support FROG-A and the lighter patrol FROG-Bs that serve as the FROG-A’s wingmen.

The FROGs come in three color schemes: aircraft gray, camo, and urban.  The larger FROG-As have a wingspan of 3.5 inches, while the smaller FROG-Bs have a wingspan of about 2.5 inches.  They are flats, so they go together quickly and perch on their stands about an inch and a half off the ground.  Their undersides aren’t textured in order to keep the cost down.

There are optional bases in four textures (concrete, dirt, asphalt, and rusty metal) with colored ID boxes that allow you to organize your FROG squadron into four flights of three FROG-Bs and one FROG-A each.

And yes, for you history buffs, their name is an homage to the Soviet army’s FROG rockets–it just seemed like a fun name.

While they are designed for 28mm skirmish games, they can be used for a variety of science fiction games from mad scientists unthinking flying robots of doom in 1930s pulp to alien invaders in city trashing games.  This could be your chance to knock down Los Angeles’ city hall!

Finger and Toe’s motto, “Because they don’t cost you an arm and a leg,” explains the company’s philosophy: affordable scenery and model sets for wargamers.  Visit the website [ ], look around, have fun.  If you like what you see, try our other products at RPGNOW.

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This title was added to our catalog on February 18, 2009.