Growing up in the 80’s I will admit that I always liked G.I. Joe. In fact, I am sure many people my age enjoyed G.I. Joe. A while back, I saw an announcement that Wizkids acquired the license, but I have not seen anything about the game or miniatures yet. In the meantime, a friend […]
The holiday season is right around the corner – check out some great gifts from Warlord Games for the historical gamer in your life, or to put on your own wishlist!
This set is a great way to add realism to your table, and some colorful characters with acerbic senses of humor to your games.
Warlord Games published a ton of news this past week about numerous lines of their games. Today, we are going to focus in on Bolt Action and Blood Red Skies. The big news is that Warlord Games is taking both products into the Korean War era.
In today’s post, I share some pictures by Bruce Mair (aka Bravo Mike on Facebook). He sent these from a Bolt Action Tournament he ran in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. These are straight up eye-candy, now let’s get to the pictures.
This week on TFG Radio we have a bonus episode. An interview with the owner of Hammerhead Games, and Patron Saint of Podcasts(TM), Tony Myers .
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This week in historical games–if you need to get your British troops somewhere, Bolt Action has options for you. Plus Team Yankee has new tanks!
The One Box Army project aims to see how many points can be squeezed out of one box of plastic minis. These lists are a great introduction to the game rules and new periods of the war.
The latest Bolt Action campaign takes players to the Carpathian Basin where Axis forces would be in for a long fight with the allied forces of the Soviets, Bulgaria, and Romania for Fortress Budapest.
Four new anti-tank options to give your German forces in the battle in the desert – the PaK 36, Lefh 19 Howistzer, Flak 38, and the feared 88.
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