Historical gaming is part throwing dice, and part diorama if you’re recreating historical battles. A great looking table with realistic terrain can really make your battles come to life. Brian Hubbard shows how he turned Sarissa’s MDF terrain into a bombed town in this step by step tutorial.
Last week, we reviewed the core rules of Bolt Action. In this post, we take a look at choosing a Bolt Action army.
It was busy out there this weekend gamers with lot of big companies showing off their upcoming editions. Take a look!
Right off the top, I will let my readers know that Bolt Action is my current favorite game. As a consequence, you can expect this review to be a little biased. That said, I play and read a lot of rule-sets, so I have a good idea of the game’s competition.
Warlord Games has a new plastic take for your Bolt Action Germans – say hello to the Hetzer!
Take to the air in this new mass air combat game from Warlord Games & Andy Chambers.
It’s cold in the Ardennes
The Australian Jungle Division Infantry Section is heading to Bolt Action!
This set is huge – it includes the full airborne starter army, a horsa glider, and more!
The British Airborne Jeep for Bolt Action is rolling into battle!
Check your kit and fix bayonets – it’s time to drop in on the enemy!
Warlord is running a sale that will help you fill your army’s motor pool!