Canvas Eagles, some times known as Blue Max, is a fast paced tabletop game that simulates the dogfights between Planes during World War I. Canvas Eagles is played with 1-6 models per player on a hex map, a paper map that is divided into 6 sided square fields. The aircraft are simultaneously moved to … Continue reading Canvas Eagles
Flames of War is a tabletop game that reproduces the battles of World War II, it is played on landscaped terrain and is kept in scale 1/100. The game system is based on brigades, which are divided into platoons (units). The game system is played with D6 and the players take turn in altercation, … Continue reading Flames of War
In the last years, a lot of options came out for gamers, looking to play on more than the classic kitchen-table surface. Back when I started to game the most luxury there was where paper grass mats used for model trains. And even though GW offered one in the classic 6' by 4' measurement, it … Continue reading Gaming mats for Miniature tabletop games.
Confrontation was a Skirmish Tabletop by Rackham. It died when Rackham switched from its widely high regarded Metall miniatures directed at painters, too expensive prepainted plastics. Confrontation is played with a maximum of 20 miniatures per player on the field, but on average there were between 7 and 14 miniatures per player. The game … Continue reading Confrontation 3.5
Settlers of Catan - The Dice Game. The Settler of Catan Dice Game is a very simple variant of the well-known board game. Included are 5 5 sided dice, a block, and an instructions booklet. Each player now gets a pen in a specific color and off you go. Each player takes turns in the … Continue reading Settlers of Catan – The Dice Game
A general instruction how to run a Campaign for a Miniatures Wargame. The goal of this article is to provide you with a helper to enable anyone to set up, run and manage a small campaign successfully in their gaming group. I used this blank system for several different campaigns in different game systems with … Continue reading How to create, run and manage a successful tabletop campaign for your gaming group .
Blood Bowl is a tabletop system from Games Workshop and plays in an alternate version of the fantasy world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles. Though younger players may be more familiar with it due to the computer games or Fantasy Flights now Out of print card game. Blood Bowl is a mix of an American football … Continue reading Blood Bowl
Dungeons and Dragons The Dungeons and Dragons franchise is originally one of the oldest Pen and Paper role-playing games ever, and there is a myriad of accompanying products, including several board games. This Introduction will cover the Parker board game, and it's two expansions. This is a clone of the old MB Heroquest with a … Continue reading Dungeons&Dragons Parker Board Game
1. Easily identifiable miniatures (WYSIWYG). 2. Assembled, correctly painted and painted miniatures. 3. Be Polite. 4. You have fellow gamers, not enemies. 5. Ask the owner before touching other miniatures. 6. Always bring your own dice, stencils and tape measure. 7. Have your army list in a clean and comfortable to read form. 8. Have … Continue reading A general Netiquette for Miniatures Wargaming
Crimson Skies is a tabletop simulating the aerial combat of propeller airplanes and zeppelins in an alternate Earth of 1937. The back ground focuses on the North american continent, where the USA fell apart after the 1st World War and is now composed of smaller states and powers similar to Europe. The Car and … Continue reading Crimson Skies