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The upcoming Campaign title The Balkans 1940–41 (2) is a concise yet detailed overview that gives a balanced account of this key Blitzkrieg campaign in the Balkans during the opening years of World War II. On the blog today, author Pier Paolo Battistelli gives an overview of this campaign and shares how this fantastic title came about.Continue Reading
At last, the time has come. You’ve sat read my hype posts, my rambles on game mechanics, and now comes the time where we dive into the weird workings of the cosmos. Today’s post is a primer and overview about the second part of Sigil & Shadow – Esoterica. We’ll be touching on the broad stroke cosmology and have a quick look into the gifts of Mysticism, the manifestations of the Shadowed, and the various arcana of Magic.Continue Reading

UK Games Expo Awards Nominations

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I'm absolutely delighted to tell you that Osprey Games has been nominated for 9 awards at the upcoming UKGE.This is a massive achievement and we are incredibly proud of our games! With 10 nominations over 9 separate categories, it’s been an incredible year for both us and our hardworking designers.Continue Reading
The upcoming Combat title, 'Hungarian Soldier vs Soviet Soldier: Eastern Front 1941' is a beautifully illustrated title that assesses the Hungarian and Soviet forces that clashed repeatedly in 1941 during the Barbarossa campaign of World War II. In today's blog post, author Péter Mujzer attempts to answer three questions that one might ask about his fantastic title.Continue Reading

Sigil & Shadow DevLog - Picking Bones

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Sigil & Shadow is filled with dichotomies: light versus darkness, logic versus unreason, and, of course, the natural upended by the supernatural. Players will find their characters caught in the tension between all of these forces and will have to decide for themselves where they stand. There are no clean-cut choices, and players will have to start addressing them as early as character creation.Continue Reading
This month the book vote looks at the Duel series, with five books focussed on aerial combat battling for your vote. Read more about the options below and cast your vote using the form below. Plus, check out the results of last month's Weapon book vote below.   Continue Reading
'The Netherlands East Indies Campaign 1941–42' describes the operational plans and conduct of the fighting by the major parties involved, and assesses the performance of the opposing forces on the battlefield, bringing to life an often-overlooked campaign of the Pacific War. On the blog today, author Marc Lohnstein gives a brief overview of this conflict.Continue Reading

Sigil & Shadow DevLog - Pushing the Odds

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Sigil & Shadow was crafted with several design goals in mind – a core mechanic that is easy to parse, characters that you can understand at a glance, and rules that aid game play instead of getting in the way. I know, a tall order, right? I’m pretty confident we hit our marks.Continue Reading
In today's blog post, Phoebus Athanassiou, author of MAA 540: Armies in Southern Russia 1918-19 explains how this title came about, why this conflict is more important than meets the eye and how the reader might benefit from learning more about it.Continue Reading

September Artwork Reveal 2021

In Military History, Featured
In today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from three of our September 2021 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section and, if you would like to see any artwork from any of our October titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading

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