Miniature Wargames - Issue 479
Momentous ACW; Historical RPGs, super-spy scuba rules; Horse & Musket; WW2 Rapid Fire, 2 Scratchbuilds + news & reviews
On Sale: 10/02/2023
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What's in this Issue?
In the latest issue of Miniature Wargames we have another broad selection of gaming topics and styles making another unmissable issue!
On the cover we have Momentous Civil War. Arthur Harman tweaks a new ACW set of rules to his satisfaction and shares the results but – later on in the same issue – he reviews the rules so you’ll get both his insight and his gaming recomendations.
In Command Decision Jon Sutherland brings us the second part of his campaigning in the Horse & Musket period trilogy. A Coat Of The Very, Very Best. deals with terrain and weather.
In Send Three And Fourpence Conrad Kinch asks the question: if you are a historical wargamer the question, why aren’t you roleplaying? And – just as importantly – do you realise that you probably already are... He also makes some rules recommendations and In Avanti Italia! Richard Marsh of Rapid Fire gives us three new scenarios exploring the forces of Italy and their elite opponents in WWII, although the games could be used with any ruleset.
In Warhead 2 we conclude our super-spy scuba shenanigans with rules for cinematic undersea scuba-action.
We have another double scratchbuild session an Crater Creator we have another stab at building convincing craters for your battlefield and Tony Harwood builds a couple of Yurts!
With Recce we have a large selection of books & rules reviewd. In Defence In Depth and Quartermaster we review latest in figures and more and the Last Word concludes on when wargaming is no longer fun.