It’s time to compare the armies, look closer at the characters, and get technical as we check out the vehicles that featured during the Desert War.
If you want to take the fight on the modern battlefield to a new age location then how about with this Ultramodern Warfare Building from Warmill which will be launching at the Beachhead 2017 event on February 18th.
Looks like Warren won’t have to worry about making cobblestone streets himself as Battlefront has designed some new Flames Of War Cobblestone Town Square tiles.
In getting fired up for our Flames Of War 4th Edition Boot Camp we dive into the background of the Desert War with community member oriskany!
Fancy delving into some more Historical
gaming with us and planning out
a hunt for World War II gold?
The Soviets of Bolt Action get some heavy duty support this weekend with the release of a new plastic kit from Warlord Games for the IS-2 Heavy Tank.
Knights of Dice are looking to create some 15mm Scale Versions of their Tabula Rasa: Desert Building range for you to use in your smaller scale wargaming.
If you’re looking to put together a scenario for the British Airborne during World War II then these kinds of Supply & Drop Markers from 1st Corps might be quite handy.
Fancy a bit of role-playing as part of a rag-tag Battlegroup of Tank Commanders? Head on over to the forums and give this adventure from oriskany a look!
Spectre Miniatures has published an errata on their site for their rules Spectre Operations.
Eureka Miniatures are adding to their World War II collection with some island hopping Australians.
Adding to their rather wide-ranging collection Sally 4th has now got a new Chieftain Main Battle Tank to offer up for those who want to grow their 1/56th or 28mm collection.
Since we’re still in the grips of the cold weather here in the UK it makes sense that we’d be seeing some more Winter US Soldiers for use in Bolt Action from Warlord Games.
The East German forces of Team Yankee are getting some reinforcements in the form of an SA-9 Gaskin SAM Platoon and some additional infantry.
No one said that war was ever kind to those who were non-combatants and such is the case for some beautiful homes and other buildings that suffered war damage.