In late 2017 the Batman Miniature Game 2nd Edition hit the shelves across the globe. It was the culmination of 5 years of Batman Miniature Gaming by Spain-based gaming company Knight Models. Finally having had to chance to play a… Continue Reading
Pwork Wargames recently released their new Dark Gotham gaming mat. If you’re looking for a way to make your urban playing surface look dark and gritty, look no further!
In the first henchmen showcase for a while I am looking at one of the new penguin thugs; Street Demonz 3, or Reaver to his friends.
For our third trip down Batman Miniature Game Tactics lane I’m going to take a look at one of the lesser known rules: “Let’s Go!”. This rule applies to all henchmen, but I could probably count on one hand the… Continue Reading
Apparently, one can stumble into a BMG tournament. And still have success while doing so! Last month I attended the first Phoenix Lakeland Wargames Exhibition at Rheged in Penrith, Cumbria. Initially I was there to help fellow Skirmish Wargaming Contributor… Continue Reading
Counter Attack Bases fills a pretty nifty niche in the wargaming market. Almost all skirmish wargames on the current market utilise tokens. With regards to Batman Miniature Game there is a need for tokens or counters to show your actions… Continue Reading
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
In this second article (here’s the first one, if you’re wondering) I’m going to look at some more Batman Miniature Game tactics. We previously discussed tactics and strategy and how to implement them in the Batman Miniature game. Here I shall… Continue Reading