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Snap Up The 20mm Sci-Fi Shunq From Khurasan Miniatures

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Khurasan Miniatures has added a new set of 20mm Sci-Fi miniatures to their collection. You can now pick up the alien Shunq and use them as part of your wargames, be they small skirmishing affairs or something more mass battle based. 

Plastic Soldier Tease New Battlegroup CENTAG Supplement

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The Plastic Soldier Company has teased a new supplement coming for those wanting to play out some Cold War battles. CENTAG is on the way that comes with new army lists for use with Battlegroup Northag. 

Snap Up Battlegroup Westfall From Plastic Soldier Company

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Plastic Soldier Company has now released the next of their big Battlegroup supplements. Westwall is now available, allowing you to dive into some clashes in 1944 during World War II.

WarTime Add 20mm Vehicles To Modern Australian Armies

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WarTime Miniatures has added some new 20mm vehicles to their Modern Australian collection. Three new sets have popped up including transport options alongside a big, burly tank. 

Brigade Games Acquires Boot Hill Miniatures’ Historical Range

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A small bit of news for today but one that applies to an Indie Of The Week that we talked about not long ago! Brigade Games has acquired Boot Hill Miniatures and the work by Nick Futter and Matt Bickley. 

Battlegroup: Westwall Coming Soon From Plastic Soldier Company

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The Plastic Soldier Company are following up on their teasers earlier this year with the news that Battlegroup: Westwall will be coming soon. This introduces more scenarios and information for playing out World War II battles at Germany's border in 1944.

Content Creator Interview: James “Oriskany” Johnson

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In this Content Creator Interview, we get a quick chat with James "Oriskany" Johnson who helms the Sitrep Podcast and has been designing games and scenarios for a range of wargames for years.

Cult Of Games XLBS: Is A Boom Or Bust Coming To The Tabletop Gaming Industry?

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Join us for a new episode of Cult Of Games XLBS! In this week's show, we're diving into a chat about some projects in the work, an interesting painting technique and also the potential of a boom and/or bust within the tabletop gaming industry.

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