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House of Spirits is a spooky little card game from Lock 'n Load Publishing, outside of the regular wargame fare the company produces. It has a lot more under the hood than the small, unobtrusive box would indicate

One of my favorite recent titles from Lock 'n Load Publishing, Nuklear Winter '68, is receiving an expansion which brings more scenarios, more action, and new factions to take on: a group of mercs...

Magazine: Ravage US Edition Issue #1 Publisher: CoolMiniOrNot Editor: Kevin Clark Pages: 69 Retail: $6.99 I’ll say I wasn’t familiar with Ravage before our trip to Origins this year. I suppose the reason behind this is the independent fantasy and science...

I have to say one of our favorite people to kick it and chat with is Mark Walker of Lock 'n Load Publishing. Mark joined us, on the Origins 2012 floor, to talk about...

Nuklear Winter ’68 is a new wargame from Lock ‘n’ Load designed by Petre Tutunea. I should point out this was originally offered as a desk top published title under the name Nuclear Winter '78.

Another jam packed show as Elliott reviews Flat Acting from Eye-Level Entertainment and Locke & Key from Cryptozoic Entertainment while Jeff reviews Levee en Masse from Victory Point Games and Nuklear Winter '68 from...

A new expansion to the Lock 'n Load Publishing title White Star Rising, part of the Nations at War series, is now shipping. I enjoyed WSR and you can catch my review here. This new...

Lock 'n Load Publishing has announced a new addition to their "Guffless Preorder System" (sort of a cross between Kickstarter and a P500) and it's an expansion to a game that Elliott really enjoys,...

A game that has been on Elliott's and my radar for quite some time is finally available from Lock 'n Load Publishing. The game is Nuklear Winter '68, designed by Petre Tutunea, and the...

Our pal Mark Walker has sent along the latest info about all things Lock 'n Load Publishing and the first piece is the announcement of the newest issue of Line of Fire Magazine #12...

No Time for Tea: A Preview of In Defeat, Defiance, a Heroes of the Blitzkrieg Expansion Module By Dale Holmstrom After a long dry spell of not being creative—unless you count having your first child at...

Happy hump day all as I'm back with today's latest gaming news from Escape Pod Games, Asmodee Editions, Dice Candies, Mantic Games, Lock ‘n Load Publishing, Fantasy Flight Games, White Wolf Publishing, and more! Download...

All in all Lock 'n Load's Forgotten Heroes: Vietnam is an excellent game. There’s a lot here but once you’ve played through a few turns you can easily get the hang of it. I feel the game models smaller scale actions in Vietnam extremely well and, outside of a minor quibble I have here and there, is certainly worthy of a place on the gaming shelf of any wargamer and even those new to the genre with an interest in the U.S. involvement in Vietnam.

Has it been two weeks already? Elliott reviews Consensus Movie Edition from Mindlogic Inc, and Legions of Darkness from Victory Point Games, while Jeff reviews Lock 'n Load Forgotten Heroes Vietnam from Lock 'n...

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