This week, we talk Gangs of Rome from Footsore Miniatures and have a great Battle Foam Giveaway.
Teaming up with Plastic Soldier Company, Rich Borg’s The Great War is back on Kickstarter with a new expansion for The French Army.
Flytrap Factory has been showing off a few more previews of their work which will be coming out soon. Firstly we have this new set of Fantasy Heroes which you might recognise.
Join oriskany as he sums up his thoughts on this excellent World War I tabletop experience from Gladiator Games.
Good morning, Beasts of War, and welcome to Part Two of our review of Heroes of the Great War: Limanowa 1914.
Oriskany dives into World War I with his in-depth review series on Heroes Of The Great War: Limanowa 1914!
Hitting your tabletop this month we have some new releases from Empress Miniatures in the form of new Mutton Chop World War One releases.
Turncoat Games is charging into Kickstarter with the WWII Cavalry campaign.
Community member Drahima delves into why he thinks we don’t see many World War I tabletop games out there and what might be done to remedy it…
Ares Games have added to their Wings of Glory WWI line-up with two more planes. These give you more options for dogfighting in some classic planes…
Wargames Illustrated are back with some more famous faces from history. The latest personality to join the range is Lord Kitchener who is shown pointing towards the enemy and urging his men on to acts of valour on the tabletop…
The Americans are getting some artillery to cover their advance through the battlefields of World War I for Flames Of War. Mortars and full on field guns are going to be echoing across the trenches once these get going…
Wargames Illustrated’s Giants In Miniature range grows once more this month with the addition of another high profile figure. Leon Trotsky was famous for his political work but he also shaped the Red Army into a more coherent and professional fighting force…
Simon Stokes takes us through the
history of Naval Battles both in history
and on the tabletop as well as giving
us a crash course in the games we
should take a look at…
We’re back with a jam
where we dig into
some of the awesome
news that popped up
during the week.
Battlefront have shown off a whole bunch of new products that are going to be coming to Flames Of War: The Great War. The US, British and the French are the main focus with new Army Deals as well as a range of new tanks and more…
Plastic Soldier Company have taken to Kickstarter to fund an expansion to The Great War board game/war game. It will contain rules, miniatures and terrain tiles for bringing tanks to the battlefield of World War I.
If you’re looking for some infantry support during the Russo-Japanese War then you’ll want to turn to Tsuba Miniatures who do a whole range of metal kits for that period. Their most current set is a Japanese HMG Team who have been painted up by Stone Cold Lead…