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Lone Wolves in the Zone, a free rules PDF from author Patrick Todoroff, gives players rules for solo and co-op missions in Zona Alfa: Salvage and Survival in the Exclusion Zone. You can download the free PDF here.Continue Reading
Today on the blog we are joined by Robin David, designer of Letterpress: A Clever Game of Words, as he talks about his background, design process, and his new word game.Continue Reading
It was supposed to be a routine patrol of the border of his Father’s kingdom, but when the neighbouring lands are filled with savage goblins you have to expect the unexpected. Still, Prince Roderick had been hoping that today would pass without any noteworthy events…Continue Reading
In today's blog post, Justin Williamson examines the condition of Iranian forces facing the US at the time of the hostage rescue attempt, the subject of his latest book, Operation Eagle Claw.Continue Reading
As a wargame-designer, I’m best known for Frostgrave, a game that thrives on chaos and unpredictability. That game uses randomness to help create a cinematic quality that gives Frostgrave a lot of its unique feel. When I set out to create Oathmark, I knew I would have to approach the system completely differently...Continue Reading

2020 Origins Awards Nominees Announced!

In Osprey Games
The 2020 Origins Awards Nominees have been announced, and we are delighted to see 5 of our games included in the line up. On the blog today we'll be looking at each of them in a little more detail! Continue Reading
This April, we'll be publishing Bolt Action: Campaign: Stalingrad, giving you the rules, scenarios, troop types, and Theatre Selectors needed to refight the fierce Battle of Stalingrad. To help you prepare, we're looking at some of the 28mm miniatures available from Warlord Games, accompanied by some handy references to help you get them ready for the tabletop! Continue Reading
Join Guerrilla Miniature Games for a playthrough of Tim Korklewski's Ragnarok: Heavy Metal Combat in the VIking Age!Continue Reading

Japanese Armies 1868–1877

In Military History, Featured
In this blog post, Gabriele Esposito, author of MAA 530 'Japanese Armies 1868-1877', explains the causes behind the two conflicts analysed in his book: 'The Boshin War and Satsuma Rebellion', and which events were used as the starting point for creating the script of the movie “The Last Samurai” starring Tom Cruise. Continue Reading
Last week, we headed up to Nottingham to meet up with Wargames Illustrated at North Star Military Figures HQ! On the blog today, you'll find a narrative battle report for the game we played, with more articles about the game coming in the May issue of Wargames Illustrated (available April 2020). Be sure to keep an eye out for that one!Continue Reading

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