A new wargaming company has arrived on the scene and promises plenty of serious simulation action. The Historical Game Company is currently offering three new titles (with a slew of other on the way) including Stalingrad Solitaire, Juarista!: The French Intervention In Mexico, and Fields of Battle Volume One: The Great Northern War. Rumor has it my pal Hermann Luttman is even working on a Franco-Prussian War title which will utilize the Fields of Battle system which we’ll soon see.
Also on the horizon is The War for America: The American Revolutionary War Worldwide.
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!
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 detail, a lack of new miniatures arriving in a timely manner, and a rather high buy in to get started have led to flagging interest as far as continued support for Leviathans.
Now an update on the Leviathan’s website paints a less than rosy picture about the future of the system. While teaming up with Green Brier Games [...]
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!
Hammerin’ Sickles: Longstreet Attacks at Gettysburg
Hammerin’ Sickles: Longstreet Attacks at Gettysburg is a game simulating the fighting on July 2nd, 1863 during the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg and focuses on the southern portion of the battlefield. These engagements involved General Longstreet’s attack against Sickles’ positions, with troops from Hood’s and McLaws’ [...]