Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Libre Gifts of the Grimsby Wargames Society

The Grimsby Wargames Society has the right idea – it’s a local club in Lincolnshire, Britain that puts its creative muscle into developing rules like all groups of wargamers. But then they have the great sense and generosity to upload … Continue reading

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3:16 Carnage Amongst the Stars

This post is woefully out of date, but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the single most unique sci-fi tactical miniatures combat game out there: Gregor Hutton’s 3:16 Carnage Amongst the Stars is a really space-marine-punk RPG. The … Continue reading

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Blackwater Gulch

Blackwater Gulch is a fast-paced, indie-designed skirmish game set in the Wild West. It leverages the scores of available 28mm Western miniatures, and it’s got a lethal and novel combat system. Right now the team is refining the rules and … Continue reading

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Why?

User Necros on DakkaDakka.com says about miniatures wargaming: I think the real drive in table top games like 40K isn’t the rules at all, but the miniatures. If you have awesome minis, people will want to play your game and just deal with … Continue reading

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