Perry Miniatures has released some new options to expand your British military and their troop movements during the Napoleonic Wars.
Perry Miniatures are now moving on to bring the Zulu British to life. Here you can see some of the 3Ups from the range so far showing off the command elements, basic troops and more.
Perry Miniatures have released two new vehicles for the German forces of World War II; the Steyr 1500 Truck and a BMW Motorbike Combination.
Perry Miniatures are growing the French In Egypt range with some more units of Dragoons on the way…
Perry Miniatures continue to preview what’s coming for their American Civil War range. This time, they’re focusing in on the Union Skirmishers.
Perry Miniatures have designed two new vehicles for use in your World War II games. Both of them are for the German armies out there and include a way to get the troops into battle and a way to get them out.
Perry Miniatures have something new on their workbench for the Confederacy forces of the American Civil War, the infamous guerrilla fighters known as Bushwhackers.
Perry Miniatures have brought out a new Austin K2 Ambulance to help get the British and Commonwealth wounded safely off of the battlefield.
Perry Miniatures have shown off some previews of their Union Infantry plastic set which should contain around forty miniatures for you to create regiments lined up on the battlefield and skirmishers too.
Heading off to the Cape Frontier Wars the Perry Miniatures twins have produced two new sets of Xhosa Warriors who were battling against European colonists who had come to take their land from them.
Happy Sunday folks and welcome to The Weekender XLBS. Our focus this week is on BIG games, specifically the idea of Mega Games from all different tabletop genres…
Delving back into their own family history the Perry Twins have now added a 75mm to their collection for sale. Here we have Captain David Gregory of the 45th Foot serving at the Battle of Talavera in 1809.
Perry Miniatures have shown off a neat collection of characters for you to use in your World War II games. Here we have the ‘Luke Warm In Cairo’ set from the twins