Brazos Evil Empire: Far Alamo: Far Alamo – Your Western Heroes Vs the Bugs from Starship Troopers by the director of "Darth by Darthwest (Fabrice Mathieu) h...
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Eric Knowles was one of the pioneers of British wargaming, and his recent death marks the passing of one more member of that small group that made British wargaming what it is today. This book is dedicated to his memory, and particularly the Madasahatta Campaign, the long-running First World War Colonial wargame campaign that he ran
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Mars in the Movies: A History . . . Now With Endless Possibilities: Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (Mars Attacks the Worl...
Mars in the Movies: A History . . . Now With Endless Possibilities: Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (Mars Attacks the Worl...: Top: From this serial, one of many iconic spaceships in the Flash Gordon series. Bottom: Title card for this serial. Special photo juxta...
Friday, April 27, 2018
An alternative title for this thread could easily have been "Barsoom or Not to Barsoom... that is the question?" Effectively, I hummed and hawed whether to include the Edgar Rice Burroughs world into my game; but in the end, I found a happy compromise... which you`ll get to see later on (once the actual campaign game gets underway).
The Gentle Art Of Wargaming
Sunday, April 8, 2018
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Mars in the Movies: A History . . . Now With Endless Possibilities: The Great Martian War: 1913–1917 (2013)
Mars in the Movies: A History . . . Now With Endless Possibilities: The Great Martian War: 1913–1917 (2013): What an audacious, perfectly clever, and perfectly realized project. Waves and waves of Martians! The beast King Kong in R...
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Monday, March 12, 2018
All Quiet on the Martian Front: The Battle for Bruce Mines (established 1846): A Headless Body Production The Battle for Bruce Mines (established 1846) Location : Phil's Basement Game : All Quiet on the Mart...
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Space: 1889 steam launch Following on from the last post: This is the best wargaming-related gift I have ever received. It came about because I originally commissioned a custom Aphid Gunboat (its behind the steam launch). I was so pleased with the result that I was showing my then girlfriend how great it was and it's original source, the Space 1889 rule book. Little did I realize that she was actually paying attention. She managed to find the guy who build the Aphid, sent him pics of the steam launch then had one made for me. What a fabulous little thing it is too, as is she, so...