This week, our 15mm Neo-Soviet forces are gaining several new packs of conscript infantry. There are four packs altogether – infantry (9 figures – six riflemen, squad leader, rocket launcher and LMG), support weapons (8 figures – 2-man missile squad, two 2-man gatling teams, plasma gun and sniper) and command (6 figures including a splendidly-hatted Kommissar and a comms specialist with satellite backpack). The final pack is a 32-man platoon which consists of two infantry and one of each of the other packs.
Northumbrian Painting Service release a new range of resin 28mm buildings, available to order now. They come flat packed, unpainted resin and easy to assemble. New lines added this week in time for Carronade 2016 (Falkirk) on Saturday 7th May
These buildings shown are available to order now along with our full range.
These buildings along with a few others showcased will be available to buy ready assembled and painted.
Also on offer are a range of Tanks and Vehicles suitable for 28mm and 20mm wargaming. Pop along and grab a bargain.
The full range of buildings are available to order now at
www.paintinghistory.co.uk – under the Scenery and buildings tab at the top of the page, then you can check out the buildings Section down the left hand side.
Each set contains a 300mm x 300mm square baseboard, raised pavement and detailed 'Terra-Block' pieces with opening doors, glazed windows and high quality printed cover sheets to make up buildings that can be arranged and then rearranged to make a different set of terrain every time you play.
The building components are part of Sally 4th's 'Terra-Block' line and are completely compatible with all other Terra-Block products.
As the buildings are put together from component pieces, it is a very space effective terrain set as the pieces can be stacked together into a very small space.
Board has 'zebra crossings' engraved to allow it to be used with popular zombie themed board games that use movement by zone, if you do not want these sets can be assembled without them.
This fun and social game accommodates any number of players, mixing elements of role-playing, sci-fi, and tabletop strategy. Each player designs a “freejumper” – a small, privately-owned multi-purpose, self-aware spaceship.
The players then have “adventures” as they search for valuable cargoes to beg borrow or steal, alien artifacts, wrecks to salvage, or get hired as mercenaries in a variety of roles. Like a role-playing character, your ship can “learn” and grow if your adventures are successful. You can purchase new software and systems for it, upgrade weapons and defenses, and perhaps eventually sell it and buy a larger and better ship altogether.
Along the way you will fight a variety of battles. Sometimes all of the players cooperate against a single threat. Sometimes the players divide into teams trying to complete tasks. And sometimes there is a free-for-all, as every freejumper is trying to get home with the most loot and goodies.
Each ship is controlled with a single small “interface” no bigger than a poker card, and a hand of “system cards” that represent the ship’s various capabilities. Gameplay consists of playing cards to do various sorts of moves, attacks, and defenses, all the while trying to load up as much cargo as you can and get away without too much damage. A typical game lasts about one hour.
Freejumper is available as a high-resolution PDF rulebook. All other game materials are provided free in the "Downloads" section of the HONOUR website. Each player needs one set of cards, which are available for free if you’d like to make your own from the free file, or you may purchase professionally-printed cards from DriveThru Cards