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.
Often it seems like many of the games in our hobby comes out of the UK, but here is an absolute gem of a game coming right out of America.
Last week, we reviewed the core rules of Bolt Action. In this post, we take a look at choosing a Bolt Action army.
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 some brand new heavy Italian infantry inspired by the Roman Gladiators of old – come check out these new minis coming in ‘Defiance’ – a soon to be released supplement!
My name is Jacob, and I will be taking Bell of Lost Soul readers on a journey into the world of Osprey Games. We will also touch on Historical games too.
Warlord Games has a new plastic take for your Bolt Action Germans – say hello to the Hetzer!
Campaign for North Africa is literally the most in-depth and complicated wargame ever created. Today we look at how players kill each other.
Super powered villains, Japanese pirates, and sci-fi dropships. Come check out this week’s batch of tabletop Kickstarter highlights!
Conflict in the east, peaceful nature spirits, and alien invaders. Come check out this week’s batch of tabletop crowdfunding highlights!
The most celebrated edition of Axis & Allies returns with updated rules, errata and streamlined gameplay.
The World of Tanks Blitz is getting an extra dose of Grim-Dark with Macragge’s Thunder!