Grab Great Escape Games’ Gangster & Wild West Starter Sets

November 5, 2020 by brennon

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Great Escape Games has got two Limited Edition Two-Player Starter Sets for you to consider picking up from their webstore. Both of their Historical wargaming options for Dead Man's Hand and The Chicago Way are available to pre-order ahead of a November 11th release date.

Dead Mans Hand Starter Set - Great Escape Games

Dead Man's Hand Starter Set // Great Escape Games

Both of these games fit into the 28mm scale and focus in on small-scale skirmishes between a handful of miniatures a piece. In the Starter Set for Dead Man's Hand, you'll get a set of Lawmen as well as an Outlaw Gang who are trying to cause trouble!

Dead Mans Hand Starter Set Alt - Great Escape Games

Dead Man's Hand Starter Set // Great Escape Games

You also get everything that you need to play the game including the rulebook, cards, tokens and dice plus a cool MDF kit for you to use as a backdrop for your firefight too. This seems like a really good little set to get you going in the Wild West.

Gangster Squad!

If you prefer the clashes of the 1920s between the cops and the mafia then you can also get a new Starter Set for The Chicago Way.

The Chicago Way Starter Set - Great Escape Games

The Chicago Way Starter Set // Great Escape Games

In this set, you'll get a similar collection of miniatures that you can use to play out a clash between the law and gentlemen criminals on the streets of Chicago.

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The Chicago Way Starter Set // Great Escape Games

The focus here is on a fight for the streets so you'll find a map for planning out your campaigns alongside the miniatures for the Gangsters and Prohibition Agents. You've also got three Terrified Civilians who are hoping not to get in the way.

Both of these games seem like a lot of fun and might be just what you need for a cool two-player campaign experience throughout another long lockdown period.

Which set are you tempted by?

"Which set are you tempted by?"

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