Upcoming Releases for Konflikt ’47

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The box sets and rulebook are available now – take a look at what’s up next!

What is Konflict 47?

Konflikt ’47 allows you to field your Bolt Action forces in a 1947 weird WWII setting.

As World War II continues beyond 1945, the battling countries have become even more desperate to develop new super weapons to give them a winning advantage. Exploiting new technologies revealed from the first nuclear explosions, the Axis and Allied forces quickly develop new tanks and strange armoured walkers to become the vanguard of their armies, supported by new highly equipped or terribly twisted troops. With the Soviet Union seceding from the Allies the war now becomes a three-way conflict!

Konflikt ’47 is a standalone game inspired by the hugely successful Bolt Action, designed by Clockwork Goblin Miniatures and produced by Warlord Games and Osprey Publishing. Adding to the core rules that many gamers are familiar with from Bolt Action, Konflikt ’47 allows the addition of completely new types of units and models to existing 28mm Bolt Action armies and the creation of completely new forces set in the alternate future of 1947.



Available Now:


Konflikt ’47 Rulebook – $40.00


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German Konflikt ’47 Starter Set – $112.00


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US Konflikt ’47 Starter Set – $112.00



German Heavy Infantry K47 – $38.00



Spinne Light Panzermech – $36.00


Coming Soon:


  • Allied Grizzly Medium Walker – $45.00
  • German Schreckwulfen
  • German Heavy Infantry with LMGs
  • Spinne Light Panzermech
  • German Nachtjager
  • US Heavy infantry
  • M4A9-T (Sherman with Tesla Cannon)
  • Panzer IV-X (Schewerefeld Projektor)


  • Allied Coyote/Guardian Light Walker
  • Soviet Heavy Infantry (Preview blister)
  • British Armoured Infantry (Preview blister)


  • German Totenkorps
  • German heavy sniper & Panzerschreck teams
  • US Mudskipper Jump Walker


  • Konflikt 47 Soviet Starter Set
  • Konflikt 47 British Starter Set
  • Soviet Heavy Infantry Section (Box Set)
  • British Armoured Infantry Section (Box Set)
  • Soviet Siberian Terror Squad


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View Konflikt ’47 in Store Today


Are you playing Konflikt ’47? Let us know what you think in the comments!

  • DeadlyYellow

    Wait, the Germans get zombies?

    Here’s hoping for a model of Hitler with the Spear of Destiny.

    • Sigmarine

      Weird World War rule 1:

      Germans always get zombies

      • palaeomerus

        Ever since I saw the 1/48 Tamiya Hanomag w/ side mounted box-rocket launchers I have thought about that being a cool weird war Nazi-zombie gas delivery system for a game like Dust, AE WWW2, Nuts Weird War, or SotTR. Of course a nebelwerfer fired out the back of a normal hanomag would do the z-gas dispersal job just as well though with a much smaller gas warhead. Or even a “gas warhead” howitzer on a Ford portee truck would do it.

    • palaeomerus

      I think these are chemical super science zombies that ssoak up bullets and serve as a meat-shield distraction or ongoing negative morale adjustment due to being awful and scary.

      Not sure why they have uniforms and equipment though. Seems like something you’d strip off before reanimation.

      • euansmith

        I can’t really tell from the photo, but are the zombies in Axis or Allied gear? It would make more sense to leave them dressed if they were Allies, to demoralise and confuse the enemy.

        • Hedwerx

          They seem to be a mix of Wehrmacht, Waffen SS, and Fallschirmjager. Going off the helmet shapes and the camouflage styles.

          • euansmith

            I guess it gives the Allies the impression that there is nothing the Axis won’t stoop too; but I think that Allied zombies would make more horrific sense. 😉

    • Spacefrog

      And Vampires, and werewolves
      They seem to make the Germans the mad scientist faction.

  • georgelabour

    If they give the Americans some kind of equivalent to the Germans wolves, and Soviet’s bears I may give the game a shot.

    Otherwise I think I’ll wait for a revision of Gear Krieg using the Heavy Gear Blitz rules.

    Though I do quite like the various walkers they’ve made for the game. Though if I’m not a huge fan of metal and resin hybrid kits.

    • palaeomerus

      Maybe the American equivalent to the werewolves should be dudes in spiked heavy armor with a big chainsaw/buzz saw arm or a pneumatic piston hammer?

    • euansmith

      How about Sasquatch? Superheroes could be fun too; Captain Warbonds and the Roaring Doughboys… ah, who am I kidding, its got to be Lobster Johnson.


      • georgelabour

        I’d definitely be interested in a unit called lobster johnson.

        Heck he could just be some standard GI but with that name you know he’d be more awesome than any other soldier on the field.

        • euansmith

          Lobster Johnson is a super cool character from the Hellboy Universe. He doesn’t physically survive WW2, but death is rarely the end in that setting.

  • petrow84

    Zombie Nazis; just how original…

    • palaeomerus

      How do genres work? Barbarians with axes, spears, tooth-necklaces and fur! Meh!

      • petrow84

        You forgot boob-armour! How could you skip that?!

        • palaeomerus

          Boob armor is a late edition and mostly Frank Thorne’s fault.. Burroughs and Howard never cared enough to mention it. They had their ladies running around nekky most of the time. Even belit wasn’t really one for armor and she was a pirate queen.

  • Grafton Is Dust

    Wow that Sherman is hilarious.

  • OldHat

    Lots of cool stuff here, but that Panzermech looks just awful. I get that Weird War stuff is usually pulpy, but it can still look functional. That thing is a hot mess.