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  • #33518
    Shandy
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    Hi!

    I know I’m late to the party, but still – I’ve just put a review of Neil Thomas’ One Hour Wargames on my blog:

    https://wargamingraft.wordpress.com/2015/10/30/review-one-hour-wargames/

    I’ve bought it because of the scenarios, which are splendid – we already played one, a report will follow next week – but the rules sound interesting too.

    Cheers,

    Shandy

    #33519
    Russell Phillips
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    I’m using them to introduce my 8-year old son to wargaming

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    #33528
    Shandy
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    Good idea! I might try them with my nephew… and my niece as soon as she’s old enough!

    #33536
    Russell Phillips
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    I’ll be letting my daughter have a go when she’s old enough. She’s only three, so really can’t handle the rules yet. Also, I’ve found that die-cast models and soft plastic figures are essential, since they’re much less likely to get damaged.

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    #33542
    Shandy
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    Also, I’ve found that die-cast models and soft plastic figures are essential, since they’re much less likely to get damaged.

    Now that is a good idea! I’ll see what I can get – perhaps some plastic knights and stuff like that?

    #33543
    Russell Phillips
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    Depends on the period you want to do, I guess. I’m doing WWII with my son. I got some die-cast tanks from The Works (£2 each, 20mm scale. They might still have some in stock), with Airfix figures and Hat anti-tank guns.

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