Ever since Mad Max, it has been impossible to separate fast and crazy cars from the post-apocalypse. Now, finally, it is possible to play a great miniature game based around that concept. Strap on your seat belts as we have a good test drive of Gaslands Refuelled.Continue reading
Following on from Howard’s First Thoughts on Warlord Game’s new Victory at Sea, we have Howard walking us through how he painted up the stores Demo Ships.
Howard is back after his adventures painting some Bolt Action for the store with a look at Warlord Games lates offering, Victory at Sea, and the Battle for the Pacific starter box!Continue reading
For the purposes of this list I wanted to stick to games that are strictly for two players. I did end up including a few that say they are for 2-4 (or more) but only because in my opinion they are really two player games and the ability to play with more is a bit of an afterthought and definitely not the way the games are at their best.
Who doesn’t love a good list? You can nod along in agreement or scream at the screen when your favourite isn’t included, or something you totally disagree with makes the list. As such, here is Greg’s Top 10 Games for 3-6 year olds*.
Two weeks ago, the Sentry Box received its first delivery of the new Monster Fight Club Scenery and whenever we bring in a new product line like this we like to open it up and add it to our terrain collection as we feel that it’s only fair, if we want you to pay money for it, we show you that we believe in it and spend our money on it too.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we can’t currently let you enjoy playing on the scenery, so we sent Kris home with some to try out and give us a review!
In Part 1 of our Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms review, we looked at the Core Rules Box but before we get into the meat of the game it was time to open one of the Boxes and look at some of the miniatures!
Modiphius’s new offering Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms, is an adventure wargame game for 1+ players, in this deep dive review series Kris will be taking a look at the game and what is currently on offer.
Part 1 focuses on the core rules box.
Last time I set the rather lofty goal of getting together all the superfluous models and scenery needed to play in the Badzones settings of the Book of Peril. While I like nothing more than fleshing out my tabletop world, I am always cognizant of the costs involved. Which is to say that Games Workshop stuff is the top of the pile in price as well as quality.
Part 1 – An introduction to the game and the period.
Bolt Action is a 28mm tabletop miniatures game set in World War II. Produced by Warlord Games, Bolt Action is arguably Warlord’s best-known and most expansive gaming system with a huge catalogue of nations to choose from. Each offers infantry, tanks and guns from which to select and paint up as your army. Sentry Box has a big selection of product on their shelves and can Special Order you products from the Warlord website if you want to sift through all the options!