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 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!
In this article I would like to take a look at two sets of 28mm WW2 Soviet infantry. In the red corner we got Warlord Games’ Red Army infantry, in the other red corner we got the Soviet rifle platoon… Continue Reading
A few weeks ago a not-quite-local games store in the general Vienna area had an Operation Squad day and I attended, along with my trusty Soviet rifle squad and some of my terrain.
The Mission and Forces
Here’s the setup of the... Read More | Share it now!
Now that we had a look at the Operation Squad rules, here is an after action report of my first test game during which I learned the game proper.
I had the luck of getting to learn from someone who played several games and has a reputation of... Read More | Share it now!
Today I would like to introduce a World War Two skirmish game. Operation Squad is a WW2 squad-level game written by Massimo Torriani and Valentino Del Castello.
The game originally was released in 2009, in 2011 second edition was released which is the... Read More | Share it now!