Posts Tagged ‘wargaming’

Kickstarter Picks – 28 Sep 2015

September 28, 2015

Warpath – New sci-fi battle game from Mantic Games, well funded with just under two weeks to go.

Spaceteam – More than three weeks to go on the card game version of the classic multiplayer scream and shout game. Funded many times over.

Kickstarter Picks – 01 Dec 2014

December 1, 2014

Kings of War 2nd Edition – Massively funded 2nd edition of the fantasy wargame. Just a few hours left to go.

Kickstarter Picks – 29 Sep 2014

September 29, 2014

CoolMiniOrNot Bases – Sculpted base inserts for wargames, chaos, tech, planking and mystic styles. More to come with unlocked features. Less than a week to go.

Kickstarter Picks – 19 May 2014

May 19, 2014

Thebes – Two weeks left to get in on this well funded Eurogame.

Last Saga – Sci-Fi skirmish game, funded with nearly 4 weeks spare.

Kickstarter Picks – 09 Sep 2013

September 9, 2013

Metal Gaming Coins – Not long left to get in on these awesome gaming coins, lots of different versions available thanks to the mega funding levels.

Basing Pads – Use green stuff putty to add detail to your wargaming miniatures¬† with these basing pads. Can be used on any size base, up to 6 inches across. Great for times when you’ve run out of resin bases, or you just want to detail up a few bases or sections.


Kickstarter Picks – 17 Jun 2013

June 17, 2013

Raging Heroes – Sci-fi female warriors, three different armies and only one is major fan service. Massively over funded, with three weeks to go.

Flames of War

September 9, 2008

I’ve just picked up a copy of the main Flames of War rulebook. It looks really good, well laid out, with lots of examples and diagrams.

It’s fairly expensive, but no more so than a comparable Games Workshop product. Before I can get a real idea of how good it is I feel I’ll need to pick up at least one other book (an Army list book), and some miniatures. I’m looking at mid-war Soviets to start with, then I’ll see where I’m inspired to go next

To get going with enough for two players will set me back in the region of around £100-£150, which is a fair investment for a game, although it can be made of a period of time.

I’ll check back in on how it’s going, and what I think of the system, once I’ve had a chance to get more of a detailed feel for the rules.