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FEAR OF THE DARK skirmish wargame
by Aaron L.
Publisher: Davi Suki
Date Added: 05/22/2022 23:46:40
FEAR OF THE DARK skirmish wargame great game! easy to play yet full of flavour. i love it solo but have also played cooperative with some mates new to tabletop miniatures games.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Outbuildings Paper Models Set
by Dan M.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 05/22/2022 00:33:53
Outbuildings Paper Models Set I'm sure if you took a lot of time to very carefully measure and glue, maybe even attach them to a very sturdy backing, you could get some very professional looking results with these but the best part for a guy like me is that you can completely half-... it and they still look pretty darned good. Definitely a huge step up from drawing a square on a game mat and writing "barn" in the middle of it in dry erase marker. Money well spent.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dungeon Starter Set
by Ryan B.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 05/21/2022 16:16:43
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dungeon Starter Set Everything you need to get started on the 3D printing adventure of a lifetime! The doors in particular are killer, in my opinion, but really all of it is fantastic. Truly exceptional product. I'm watching another print of flooring finish up now, excited about my game tomorrow! All I need, but I have a feeling I'm gonna want more anyway...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
County Road Z
by John H.
Publisher: Earthbound Games
Date Added: 05/21/2022 11:38:55
County Road Z There are a lot of zombie games out there, but they tend to focus on human-vrs-human violence with the zombies as an afterthought, or one-off battles with the undead, usually in a dense urban setting. County Road Z is unique because it returns the focus to survival and cooperation against the zombie menace in a rural area. That means building a base for your survivors, staffing your kitchen and infirmary, building up some working vehicles, etc. Then, when you do go out to battle the hordes, it's for a purpose; you need food, medicine, supplies to improve your base, and of course, rescuing stray survivors. Because, in County Road Z, other people are a vital resource, not always a rival gang to fight. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
County Road Z
by William M.
Publisher: Earthbound Games
Date Added: 05/20/2022 09:47:00
County Road Z An excellent solo game. Very story driven. If you enjoy games that involve a great deal of story development and, cant live without a good zombie game then this is the game for you.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Future Armada: Jo Lynn
by sergio a m. j.
Publisher: 0-hr
Date Added: 05/18/2022 10:30:44
Future Armada: Jo Lynn I run a Homebrew 5e space theme game this is the ship that my party mostly uses I printed it off and then laminated it and can make use it multiple formats then I start buying other of the products and they are the some of the best space ship maps and buildings on the market today and then recently I started backing his kickstarters and I find they are some of the best kickstarters

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Squad Hammer Core - Peoples Edition
by Marco R.
Publisher: Nordic Weasel Games
Date Added: 05/17/2022 05:34:44
Squad Hammer Core - Peoples Edition Imagine to wake up and be a kid again. Not simply going back in time, rather being able to feel again the awe and wonder of seeing the world for the first time, but with the full consciousness of the experienced adult you are now. You would get with a friend and play a game with toy soldiers together. A joyful, simple and intelligent game that feels profoundly "yours". That game would be Squad Hammer Core.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Great War: Lawrence of Arabia - 28mm & 15mm Minis
by Steven P.
Publisher: Sundered Vault
Date Added: 05/16/2022 16:02:07
The Great War: Lawrence of Arabia - 28mm & 15mm Minis This is an excellent 'playset' with 28mm paper figures, drawn with a front and back side. Included are Lawrence, his Arab irregulars, and their Turkish opponents. some of the Arabs are mounted on nicely drawn camels. The Arabs are drawn with a mixture of rifles and Lewis guns, while the Turks have rifles and Maxim machine guns. They can also be printed at 15mm for those with limited space. There is also a rather rusty looking locomotive and three cars, looking the worse for Lawrence's efforts. Four 'fire' markers will complement the train nicely, and serve as a good background for you battles. It is worth noting that Lawrence had access to a couple of Rolls Royce armored cars, which are available in another Sundered Vault collection, as are suitable Mesopotamia Campaign British and Turks, and a set of machine guns and heavy artillery. This series, drawn is a most pleasing style, is growing rapidly, and fills a gap that has long plagued wargamers. I plan to u...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
AOTF - Scenarios Volume I
by Thomas L.
Publisher: SEEKRIEG
Date Added: 05/15/2022 14:19:41
AOTF - Scenarios Volume I I first became a Seekrieg player back in the early 1980s when I attended GenCon South and met Rich Sartore. I loved the detail of the play, the modeling involved, and the shared sense of history among players. After being out of the hobby, I reconnected with Seekrieg here in Orlando and had the opportunity over the last two years to be a play tester for Admiral of the Fleet. As much as I still enjoy Seekrieg, I like Admiral of the Fleet even better. While it preserves some of the detail of Seekrieg that simulates the targeting and damage process involved in naval combat, the shift to understanding fleet operations and orders makes for a faster game and one more scalable from small to groups of more than eight. I think the flag cards for issuing fleet commands is a stroke of genius. Adaptable to other systems for their command phases, it adds a sense of realism and even uncertainty that gives you more of a feel of the era and opens up another player option - that of admiral rather than ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
AOTF - FLAG OFFICER'S HANDBOOK
by Thomas L.
Publisher: SEEKRIEG
Date Added: 05/15/2022 14:13:27
AOTF - FLAG OFFICER'S HANDBOOK I first became a Seekrieg player back in the early 1980s when I attended GenCon South and met Rich Sartore. I loved the detail of the play, the modeling involved, and the shared sense of history among players. After being out of the hobby, I reconnected with Seekrieg here in Orlando and had the opportunity over the last two years to be a play tester for Admiral of the Fleet. As much as I still enjoy Seekrieg, I like Admiral of the Fleet even better. While it preserves some of the detail of Seekrieg that simulates the targeting and damage process involved in naval combat, the shift to understanding fleet operations and orders makes for a faster game and one more scalable from small to groups of more than eight. I think the flag cards for issuing fleet commands is a stroke of genius. Adaptable to other systems for their command phases, it adds a sense of realism and even uncertainty that gives you more of a feel of the era and opens up another player option - that of admiral rather than ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
SF-0006 - DARK SPACE WORLD DEVOURERS SET 2
by Steven R.
Publisher: antohammer the lonely wargamer
Date Added: 05/15/2022 11:37:43
SF-0006 - DARK SPACE WORLD DEVOURERS SET 2 This is another great set! I hope Antohammer continues to add to the line!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Gladiators.
by Steven P.
Publisher: Vyacheslav Batalov
Date Added: 05/14/2022 18:21:52
Gladiators. This set of figures contains eight of the main Gladiator 'types', in very good action poses. The figures are drawn from one side, then 'flipped' to give a mirrored appearance. The drawing and shading are well done, the armor is especially well presented. The Gladiator types include four 'heavies', the Murmillo, the Secutor, and the Provocateur, representing Rome, and the Samnite. There are two spear wielding figures, the Gallus and the Hoplomach. the Gallus has a large shield, the Hoplomach a small round one. The Tracian(think Spartacus) has full armor, but a smaller shield, and a curved sword. finally, the Retiarius, with trident and net being thrown. These figures will be useful to anyone playing any of the fine gladiator games available. I am using mine with "Red Sand Blue Sky" from Two Hour Wargames. One of the nice features of the Retiarius is that the net is drawn in such a way that it can be cut off, and mounted on it's own base, a...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Last Romans (I). Generic romans 4-5AD
by Steven P.
Publisher: Vyacheslav Batalov
Date Added: 05/14/2022 17:57:49
The Last Romans (I). Generic romans 4-5AD This set, like all of Vyacheslav's figures, are drawn from one side and reversed. They are drawn with great detail, and solid research into the proper equipment and dress. With each release, his shading, and use of color palette grows more pleasing. This set of 4th-5th century Romans will be most useful for rules such as Dux Bellorum, Broken Legions, and Lion Rampant, all from Osprey. They will also be welcomd by players of Simon McDowell's excellent "Comitatatus". Most of the figures can be utilized as Romans, or Sub-Roman British. The set contains Heavy Cavalry, both armored and un-armored, with command; light cavalry, with either bow or javelins; a nice bolt shooter, with crew; two fully armored foot standard bearers, and a choice of three foederatti leaders, "romanized" to different degrees. There is a sheet with eight 'formed' infantry, four of them armored, and the other four with helmet and shield; another page includes eight skirmishers...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Portable Wargame Compendium
by A customer
Publisher: Eglinton Books
Date Added: 05/14/2022 15:54:23
The Portable Wargame Compendium Just what I need as a solo player (Newby on the facebook group) ! Great !

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET - Rulebook
by Thomas L.
Publisher: SEEKRIEG
Date Added: 05/14/2022 11:24:45
ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET - Rulebook I first became a Seekrieg player back in the early 1980s when I attended GenCon South and met Rich Sartore. I loved the detail of the play, the modeling involved, and the shared sense of history among players. After being out of the hobby, I reconnected with Seekrieg here in Orlando and had the opportunity over the last two years to be a play tester for Admiral of the Fleet. As much as I still enjoy Seekrieg, I like Admiral of the Fleet even better. While it preserves some of the detail of Seekrieg that simulates the targeting and damage process involved in naval combat, the shift to understanding fleet operations and orders makes for a faster game and one more scalable from small to groups of more than eight. I think the flag cards for issuing fleet commands is a stroke of genius. Adaptable to other systems for their command phases, it adds a sense of realism and even uncertainty that gives you more of a feel of the era and opens up another player option - that of admiral rather...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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