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Bolt Action: Korea - Exploring the History Part 2

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We contine to explore the history of the Korean War in preparation for Bolt Action: Korea with an extract from Campaign 328: Imjin River 1941 by Brian Drohan, accompanied by a stunning piece of artwork from Steve Noon.Continue Reading
Later this month, the Bolt Action series will expand from its World War II roots to a new, and truly modern, conflict with the publication of Bolt Action: Korea. The book contains all the selectors, scenarios, special rules, and new units required to wargame this turbulent period of world history.Continue Reading
As wargamers, one way we can commemorate historic events is by recreating them on the tabletop. As such, we wanted to share the first scenario from the new Bolt Action supplement, letting you recreate an SAS landing from Operation Titanic on the morning of 6 June, 1944. Continue Reading
At the end of June we'll be publishing a new Bolt Action Campaign book focusing on Operation Overlord, allowing players to recreate crucial battles, from the scaling of Pointe-du-Hoc and the assault on Pegasus Bridge, to the landings on the Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword beaches. This week we're taking a look at the German troops that attempted to beat back the Allied invasion, giving you useful references to help you prepare your forces.Continue Reading
We're delving back into Osprey Publishings extensive military history backlist to take a look at how US troops were equipped for Operation Overlord!Continue Reading
At the end of June we'll be publishing a new Bolt Action Campaign book focusing on Operation Overlord, allowing players to recreate crucial, battles from the scaling of Pointe-du-Hoc and the assault on Pegasus Bridge, to the landings on the Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword beaches.Continue Reading
In this blog we're looking at the uniforms of the Royal Hungarian Army to help you prepare your forces for Bolt Action: Campaign: Fortress Budapest, with artwork taken from Men-at-Arms 449: The Royal Hungarian Army in World War II , written by Dr Nigel Thomas & László Pál Szábó. The artwork is by Darko Pavlovic.Continue Reading
Part of the fun of Wargaming is the community around it. Talking tactics, seeing beautifully painted miniatures or impressive kitbashing, and looking out across other players’ battlefields is great, and can really help inspire you to get cracking with that last unit you need to paint.Continue Reading
Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France is the latest supplement to the award-winning World War II wargames rules, giving players the opportunity to take command of the bitter fighting or france, from Fall Gelb and the British withdrawal from Dunkirk to the decisive Fall Rot. In this blog, we delve into Osprey Publishing's Men At Arms series to give you some great reference points for painting French, German, British, and Italian troops for this period.Continue Reading

Black Friday - 30% off selected Games!

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The Osprey Games Black Friday Sale has begun, with 30% off selected books, eBooks, and games! Continue Reading

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