A Deep Cut Studios gaming mat is something that’s been on my wish list for quite a while. We’ve reviewed gaming mats at Skirmish Wargaming before, but I’m really excited to be bringing you a review of an urban mat sent… Continue Reading
Finding good 28mm sci-fi terrain isn’t nearly as hard as it used to be. There’s quite a few small terrain companies out there that produce awesome stuff. In this article, I want to put one of those awesome small companies… Continue Reading
Terminator Genisys Endoskeletons, you say? Yes, indeed. Remember how there was a Terminator film last year? The reason why this film is remembered all the way to this day is because River Horse (Alessio Cavatore’s game design company), with Warlord’s… Continue Reading
Multiverse Gaming Terrain is a company who specialise in MDF terrain for a range of skirmish games. Based in Poland they ship across the world and have fans both sides of the pond. The Batman Miniature Game world of Gotham becomes totally… Continue Reading
I decided to take a break from playing Batman and try out the Marvel Miniature Game. The Marvel Miniature Game is produced by Knight Models, the same company that make the Batman Miniatures game. It is based (yep, you guessed… Continue Reading
Time for an Across the Dead Earth Miniatures Review! A while ago I (Sigur) received these figures from Rich at Dead Earth Games. It’s Aysha and Nisha for their Across the Dead Earth post-apocalyptic skirmish game which was kickstartered… Continue Reading
In this article we’ll review a Pwork PVC gaming mat. Pwork Paper Wargaming, as their name suggests, started out with printed paper wargaming terrain. They soon branched out into gaming mats – and quite successfully, too!
I play a ton of World War Two wargames, in both 15mm as well as 28mm. In this article I’ll take you through my Chain of Command rules review. It is of the popular “platoon plus some company support” format and… Continue Reading
A gaming mat. Otherwise known as a battle mat. It’s the new fad apparently, with wargaming companies everywhere starting to offer their own variants. Many of you have been playing on a Citadel wargaming mat for ages. You know, the flat green,… Continue Reading
Today I would like to review something a bit different. It’s Four Against Darkness, and it’s a neat little thing which is unlike anything else out there.