Today we are going to take a look at a 15mm model. British, lumbering, slightly old-fashioned, doesn’t like anti-air guns: it’s the Matilda Mk.II.
In this part of the article series on my wee British fellas I will have a look at more support choices I got, mainly big guns I got for support.
Last time I introduced the core platoon of my 15mm Chain of Command force. Today we shall have a look at the more colourful toys from the support list.
In this article I introduce my plucky little platoon of British riflemen (2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade), spring 1941.
Buckle up for my first Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes battle report!
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
In this Chain of Command battle report I’m going to give the ruleset a good whirl. Having reviewed it in a previous article, it’s now time to put this Too Fat Lardies game to the test!
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