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Auto Combat Short Ramps
by David M.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 10/06/2018 18:39:52
Auto Combat Short Ramps As with the rest of the Auto Combat line, there are many printout options with varying degrees of damage and wear (e.g. we use two printed sets; a "nice" set for the Auto Combat Arena, and a "junk" set for our desert table all covered with grime and graffiti that are layer options in the PDFs). When weighted with ballast as suggested (I used sand) they have a substantial weight and don't get bumped around at all. Also worth mentioning: The Auto Combat Arena texture blends nicely with these; they look great together. As mentioned in another review, the one negative is that the directional/arrow barriers have an untextured bottom, forcing you to either print out multiple copies of each, or hack together a "flippable" one yourself. If you switch your track layout a lot, you frequently run out of the necessary direction. Silly tip: You can print these out with increasing degrees of battle damage and lay them out so that early portions of a race have less damage than the later.....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Auto Combat Gun Turrets
by David M.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 10/06/2018 18:29:04
Auto Combat Gun Turrets As with the rest of the Auto Combat line, there are many printout options with varying degrees of damage and wear (e.g. we use two printed sets; a "nice" set for the Auto Combat Arena, and a "junk" set for our desert table all covered with grime and graffiti that are layer options in the PDFs). The "turret" models are quite beefy, and when weighed with ballast as suggested (I used sand) have a substantial weight and don't get bumped around at all. They make great gate caps and obstacles (I use the TV ones for the latter), though the turrets may be a little large for what are supposed to be Middleweight Destructible obstacles. We scaled ours down and pasted guns (also card stock) on top to make them stand out from the rest. Also worth mentioning: The Auto Combat Arena texture blends nicely with these; they look great together....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Auto Combat Accessories
by David M.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 10/06/2018 18:18:14
Auto Combat Accessories The barriers and ramps are fantastic; lots of options with varying degrees of damage and wear (e.g. we use two printed sets; a "nice" set for the Auto Combat Arena, and a "junk" set for our desert table all covered with grime and graffiti that are layer options in the PDFs). The gate's nice, too, with equally-great textures and options, but I've dropped a star since it's more fiddly than any of the other Auto Combat models I've assembled. I think it's because the gate top is a long, thin piece (even with doubled 110 card stock), so the *slightest* bit of crooked on one gate base leaves the top at a twist or angle that's difficult to fix without simply cutting and reassembling/glueing. Ultimately, I just switched to the easier (and bulkier!) ground gates from the the Auto Combat Gun Turret set. Still, I'd give a 4.5 if I could! This gates look good; they're just more difficult to get perfect than the rest of the line. P.S. Dave Graffam's ramp rules work nicely, too! Easily Goo...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Auto Combat Arena Battle Mat
by David M.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 10/06/2018 18:02:15
Auto Combat Arena Battle Mat I grabbed a mat-printed version of this as well as the DriveThruRPG PDF files; I use card printouts of the latter for vehicle & obstacle bases to blend nicely with the mat. Both the textures and scale (for 1:64 cars) are great; lots of great "auto death-race/duel" flavor with the advertising, battle damage, and skid marks everywhere. The arena's lined layout and pre-existing start/gate lines make clean setup of cars & objects on top of it quick and easy. The arena texture blends nicely with David Graffam's other Auto Combat paper models, too; we make use of all three accessory packs (mostly floor gates and barriers, though the ramps can be comedy gold)....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Saracens Set
by Simon B.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 10/06/2018 17:12:30
Saracens Set These are fantastic! I will be using them as several different middle eastern-style armies in my games! Great job! It's an all-in-one set: foot, mounted, melee, ranged and even a couple that can be used as casters.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Medieval Court Set
by Simon B.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 10/06/2018 16:55:24
Medieval Court Set Another great set of minis. I'm loving the mix of troop types, foot and mounted, and that there are some civilians too!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Semi-Truck 3D paper scenery
by Dotan S.
Publisher: Mega Miniatures
Date Added: 10/06/2018 07:30:41
Semi-Truck 3D paper scenery Excellent quality and colors, and excellent price. Very clean build and not too hard. As I said in my review for the Mega Miniatures police car, reverse scoring is NOT indicated clearly, so be aware that in most car models the lines between the windshields (front and back) and the hood/trunk should be scored on the back side (i.e. the unprinted side). More colors would have been great for diversity (I don't know if it's rather easy or difficult, just a thought), but even without them, that's a great purchase!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Darkfast Dungeons Expansion Set One: Realm Of Shades
by Phil G.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 10/05/2018 05:19:59
Darkfast Dungeons Expansion Set One: Realm Of Shades Whilst the artwork is to Okum Arts normal high standard, a number of the "opponets" minis are nor based correctly. Would be five out of five otherwise.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Spiders: Army Pack
by John P.
Publisher: Trash Mob Minis
Date Added: 10/04/2018 14:30:05
Spiders: Army Pack I'm not even sure what all these creatures are yet, but I know that they will freak out my adventurers when they hit the table! Now I just have to slog through the monster books to find the stats so I can run them right. I like that they share a color pallet which makes them all seem related since they are all spider kin. Plus with that Trash Mob style they are just cute enough not to make my aracnaphobic players literaly run away....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroes: Pack 7 "Foul Tidings"
by Joshua D.
Publisher: Trash Mob Minis
Date Added: 10/03/2018 12:57:39
Heroes: Pack 7 "Foul Tidings" As both the commissioner and user of this art in various ways (both as a display piece of my first long lived party, and art for the virtual table top we play on) these minis are a joy to look at and play with. The Artist did an amazing job translating text descriptions of the characters into stunning physical form. I plan to purchase many more pieces as I have chances and reasons to do so.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Police Car & S.W.A.T. Van
by Dotan S.
Publisher: Mega Miniatures
Date Added: 10/02/2018 01:41:27
Police Car & S.W.A.T. Van This is the first Mega Miniatures model I've tried to put together and I must say it is very good. I've built the police car and it is very well constructed and the art is very good. Building paper car model can be tricky and a bit fiddly, but this is not unique to this model, which is very standard in this aspect. I did not bother with the side mirrors as they seemed too tiny and hard to manipulate, but the model looks great even without them. **I do have one comment for the designers**: all score lines are marked by the same dashed line as is common in paper models, but there are a few folds that should be reversed (for example, between the hood and the front windshield) and this is not explicitly indicated. As it has been a while since my last car model, I did not remember the reversed scores until after I've scored them wrong. It didn't mess up the model, but it would have been a lot better if this was clearly indicated....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Sellswords and Spellslingers Solo and Cooperative fantasy Miniature Rules
by Andrea G.
Publisher: Ganesha Games
Date Added: 09/28/2018 10:28:04
Sellswords and Spellslingers Solo and Cooperative fantasy Miniature Rules Sellsword and Spellslingers, aka a simulator of how many miniatures a kitchen table can carry! I tried the game yesterday with a friend, 2 characters each and playing the first mission (crossing the table in a orc infested area): game started with our heroes slaying some of the deployed enemies and ended with a mass combat with something like 30 orcs turning up and chasing our guys from all directions! The game is quite unpredictable but like all games from Ganesha it is very well designed and we never felt we were at the mercy of pure randomness. The rules are close enough to SoBH so if you play it you will find yourself confortable with the system; the game is strongly story-driven and you can really pick up a miniature you like and make him/her act exactly like its look and attitude suggest. SaS will find a special place in your heart if you are looking for lite rpg/heroic skirmish game with great rules, simple to both understand and explain, giving a sense of exploration and a...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Age of Hannibal
by Hayri A.
Publisher: Greg Wagman
Date Added: 09/25/2018 13:23:46
Age of Hannibal “Age of Hannibal” is a clone of Chipco’s “Fantasy Rules!” with a bend toward historical gaming, especially during the Punic Wars. Essentially all of the rank and file units of the original game are included, though several are modified to fit more with historical gaming. The game is played in IGO-UGO turns. The turn order is Rally-Missile Fire-Melee. Once the first player completes these 4 steps, it is the other player’s turn at which time the turn ends. The game uses a “morale” clock which starts at 9 points and is reduced if you took more losses in a half turn. It can also be instantly reduced if you lose a leader or get your baggage camp sacked. When one player’s clock reaches zero, the game is over and that player army has quit the field. Unit that took demoralization hits may be rallied. A 10 sided die (D10) is rolled and the result compared to the units morale number. If it is equal or greater to the morale number, all demoralization markers are removed. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
50 Fathoms Figure Flats
by Mike C.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 09/24/2018 17:14:58
50 Fathoms Figure Flats It's nice to have minis that exactly match the things you'll encounter in 50 Fathoms. There are about 14 characters, 20 warriors of various types, and some giant spiders and creatures unique to 50 Fathoms. Many have a dozen copies on a page, so you can print up a fight pretty easily. The enclosing boxes for humanoids are 31mm tall. The tall Atani and the short (5 foot) Grael are the same height. 31mm looks a little small against Reaper and Pathfinder minis, and you can scale these up about 10% before the edges get cropped. I wish the layout had supported 20% zoom without cropping. These also look small against ArcKnight's excellent 2D plastic pirate minis. The art could be more defined, but it's certainly adequate to the task and this set is worth purchasing if you play with minis. ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Low Walls Set Paper Models
by Robert N.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 09/24/2018 12:49:41
Low Walls Set Paper Models Great simple set! I used them for a low stone wall surrounding a house, but I just used Theater of the Mind for the house and held the walls up simply with plastic bases.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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