Gamers who like fast paced science fiction action should get a kick out of Hull Breach. Since there's a bit of deck design involved, CCG players should dig the title as well. Hull Breach is fun but it's missing a little something extra which would push the game past just deploying ships and battling it out.
Jeff Billings shares a peek at the Sergeants Miniatures Game right from the floor of the Origins Game Fair. To learn even more about the system and other releases, both available now and on the horizon from Lost Battalion Games, be sure to check out my audio interview with Jeff right here!
Jeff Billings sits down to talk about the Lost Battalion Games line up, especially the Sergeants Miniatures Game. You'll learn many of the ins and outs of the miniatures game as well as hear about what's on the horizon, including the launch of a brand new division of the company.
While Catalyst Game Labs has had plenty of success with titles like Shadowrun and Battletech, their steampunk, airborne battleship game Leviathans has been plagued with one problem after another. Originally delayed over a year after it’s initial indicated release date, the small print run did sell out but convoluted rules, long play time, soft mini […]
Two Hermann Luttman designs have arrived on the P500 pre-order program over at GMT Games. Visitors to TGG know Hermann is one of our favorite designers and both of these historical wargames look like they’ll be excellent additions to any wargamer’s collection! From GMT: Hammerin’ Sickles: Longstreet Attacks at Gettysburg Hammerin’ Sickles: Longstreet Attacks at Gettysburg is […]
While some may not appreciate so much of C:TSLW left to the whims of chance, I like the design because each time you play the experience is sure to be different; a plan of action which leads to victory in one game may turn out to be completely ineffective the next. C:TSLW also provides a good historical feel without resorting to the usual design trappings which normally leaves a predetermined, plotted taste in one’s mouth.
If you’re itching for some solitaire American Civil War action you might want to take a look at the latest release from White Dog Games: The Confederate Rebellion. You may assume from the title, you’ll be placed at the head of the Confederate States of America but you know what happens when you assume… In fact […]
If you're a fan of Conflict of Heroes, from Academy Games, and live in the Schenectady, NY area you'll be keen to make your way to the tournament taking place next weekend at the Proctors Theatre and Convention Center.
Our friends at GMT Games have a lot cooking this year and to learn about plenty of the developments at the company you’ll want to check out the full March 31st update but here’s what Gene Billingsley has revealed as the latest schedule of production and when to expect the latest titles, including Thunder Alley […]
It’s interesting to see how far the States of Siege line of games has come in a relatively short period of time. The first game in the line, Darin A. Leviloff’s Israeli Independence, was a quick hitter sort of solitaire game; a couple pages of rules, crank a play out in around fifteen minutes, Bang! Zoom! Dust yourself off from an Arab thrashing and set it all up to play again. Quite a few of the SoS releases which followed were a bit of the same formula even though some added complexity and play time entered the mix.