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    Norm S
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    My rules Tigers at Minsk are aimed at getting 10mm WWII onto a small table using hexes.

    Accepting that there are people who might like to try the rules but may not have figures or hex terrain, I have produced a downloadable set of counters and a map that will allow one of the scenarios in the rulebook to be played.

    The rules are free anyway, but gamers might like to try something before they invest in either figures or terrain.

    Link – http://battlefieldswarriors.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/free-game-sample-from-tigers-at-minsk.html

     

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    #29815
    Lagartija Mike
    Spectator

    Norm, semi-related do you know of any sources of interlocking prefab hexagon tiles?

    #29816
    Angel Barracks
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    Very kind, ta very much!

    #29824
    Norm S
    Participant

    Mike – thanks

    Mike – I think the premier system would be Kallistra (www.kallistra.co.uk) they use a 4″ tile and they are grouped into sixes. I know some people collect cheap heroscape sets from e-bay simply for the plastic tiled grid. Warbles and Pendraken do MDF hexes (non locking) and GHQ have their polystyrene hex system, also none locking, but they do grip onto some fabric cloths to reduce slippage.

     

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