A Magniature Case is something you should seriously consider if you're in the market for a miniature transport solution.
The aim of the game simply to be the last remaining wrestler standing.
So, how do we exactly play games together when we're hours apart and what games have we been playing?
This last fortnight saw the return of a dinky ol’ 1993 classic “Man O War” from Games Workshop.
It’s been a couple of years since I originally wrote a piece on miniatures storage so I think it’s about to re-visit the topic.
The game is easy enough to play, the figures are pretty cool (space raptors, that's all you need) and there is lots of potential.
Armoured Digital is an upcoming 15mm scale miniatures wargame set in a high-tech, post-apocalyptic future. Players take control of un-manned drones, relay commands to said drones and attempt to destroy the opposition.
The Battle of Singapore: Declared as the “worst disaster” in British military history by Winston Churchill. The Impregnable Fortress (a game based off aforementioned battle, created by Falling Piano Games): Declared as the “most pleasantly surprising” game
One of the most common questions anyone asks when getting into miniature war gaming is “How do I store my stuff?”