The Martians have invaded for a second time and the world is at war!

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Hannover CL.IIIA (Baur/Von Hengl)

 
 
 
The Hannover CL.III was a German military aircraft of World War I. It was a two-seat multi-role aircraft, primarily used as a ground attack machine.

Like the other Hannover "light-C-class", or "CL" designated aircraft, it included an unusual biplanar tail, allowing for a greater firing arc for the tail gunner. Until the introduction of this model, such tails had only been used on larger aircraft. The Hannover CL.IIIa in WW1 Wings of Glory is presented in versions flown by Rudolf Hager/Otto Weber and Johan Baur/Georg von Hengel, as well a Luftstreitkr√§fte model. 

Hanriot HD.1

 
The Hanriot HD.1 was a World War I single-seat fighter aircraft, combining clean lines with a light wing loading. Manufactured in France, the HD.1 was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces, and it proved highly successful. It was flown by a number of the famous aces, such as Belgian Willy Coppens and Italians Mario Fucini and Silvio Scaroni.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Wings of Glory: Morane-Saulnier N (Navarre) WGF107A

The Morane-Saulnier N, also known as the Morane-Saulnier Type N, was a French monoplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Designed and manufactured by Morane-Saulnier, the Type N entered service in April 1915 with the Aéronautique Militaire designated as the MS.5 C.1.


Morane-Saulnier N

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Friday, July 15, 2016

Wings of Glory: Caproni CA.3

The Caproni Ca.3 was an Italian heavy bomber that saw extensive use against the Central Powers forces. It was a wooden three-engine biplane and one of the most effective bombers of any air force during WWI, heavily armed and deadly with his bombs.

Modiphius' John Carter of Mars artwork reveal!

Greetings from Barsoom,

We thought you might like a look at the upcoming artwork for the John Carter of Mars RPG, so here it is! Alex Horley (Warcraft and Hearthstone, Marvel & DC) has been painting a series of images for the first book and this is a glimpse of what's to come!

We'll be sending out the first Alpha playtest survey next week and you'll have a week to get in any more play's before answering, we'll then be working on the next iteration to move us closer to the final game. 


 
And with that, back to Earth
You'll hear from us again soon! 

Sam
Modiphius Entertainment Ltd

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

GZGs BIRTHDAY FREEBIES

Hi all, a quick update: If folks on here could do me the favour of spreading this around all the usual websites, blogs and various places where people may find it of interest, that would be very much appreciated as always!

UPDATE - TUESDAY 5th July 2016:
BIRTHDAY FREEBIES, from now until the weekend....

It's my Birthday this weekend, so to celebrate it I'm turning things round a bit - instead of people giving ME gifts, I will be giving YOU a little something extra if you place an order! For FIVE DAYS ONLY, from today (Tuesday 5th) to Midnight on Sunday 10th, if you place any order for at least £10 worth of goods (excluding shipping) and - this is the important bit - put a brief "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" message in the "comments" field of your order, then I will send you a free extra Birthday Gift packet with your order - mostly the free item(s) will be something relevant to the goods you've ordered, though I may also include the occasional out-of-production or novelty item if I feel like it (nothing naughty from our over-18 ranges, so don't worry about that). The amount of extra free stuff will be proportionate to the size of your order, but the item(s) will be of my choice - those of you who have had our Christmas freebie bags will know the kind of thing!
The offer closes on the dot of midnight on Sunday evening, by UK TIME, so please allow for the time difference if you're outside the UK.
Jon (GZG), 5th July 2016.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Battle Game of the Month: 40 years ago today

 
Battle Game of the Month: 40 years ago today: Happy Independence Day   to my   American readers. Forty years ago today was the Bicentennial and there was a large international Nav...