Today I would like to show you some of the gaming aids for Sharp Practice sold by Too Fat Lardies and let you know what’s important, what is less important, what’s naughty and nice.
This is a battle report of our second Big Chain of Command game. 6 players, 3 infantry platoons, two tank platoons, armoured recon and a thousand elephants!
A few weeks ago I met with a number of fine gentlemen at Vienna’s premier friendly local games club to have a game of Big Chain of Command. In this article I will share some thoughts on this Chain… Continue Reading
Today I would like to present you with one of the more anticipated wargames rules releases of recent – Sharp Practice 2 by Too Fat Lardies.
In this rules review I will take a look at Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes, a fast, elegant and adaptable fantasy skirmish wargame.
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
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
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
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.
A closer look at Saxon Miniatures’ 28mm Arthurians Arthurian wargaming is still going strong. It’s been a popular era amongst wargamers for some time, but lately it’s been getting extra attention due to the popular Dux Britanniarum wargame by Too… Continue Reading