Victory at Sea lets players become admirals and take their battle fleets into the ocean to wage war against their opponents. This new WWII naval miniatures game is highly anticipated, but just how does the game work? Well, in this article, we get a look at exactly that as Warlord Games has posted up a game overview for you to peruse. Corn cob pipe not required.
Whenever Battlefront has a big new set of releases hitting store shelves, they go all out. Their website lights up with new articles, videos, virtual seminars, and more. And that's just what's happening this weekend as the D-Day British for Flames of War make their way to player's tabletops. Head on over and check out all the festivities.
Victory at Sea is Warlord Games' new massed fleet WWII miniatures game. Naval actions were extremely important during the war on both fronts. Soon, you'll be able to recreate those harrowing battles for yourself. They've got a couple new articles up talking about different aspects of the game. One's about Carrier Actions while the other is about the Battle of the Kamandorski Islands.
While many came floating up to the beaches on D-Day, many other troopers parachuted or glided their way into occupied France that day. Battlefront expands their range with some more British Airborne releases for Flames of War. Take it to the Germans by a whole other attack vector.
Cruel Seas lets you play out smaller-scale battles that took place during WWII. But what if you want huge battleships and aircraft carriers and destroyers and stuff like that? Well, you won't have to wait much longer, as Warlord Games is counting down to the release of Victory at Sea.
They were chased off the continent at Dunkirk. Now, several years later, the British are headed back. D-Day was the largest amphibious assault in history and established a new foothold in France. It marked the beginning of a new chapter in the WWII narrative and you can recreate it with some new D-Day British available for Flames of War from Battlefront.
Stalingrad was one of the most brutal conflicts during WWII. The close, street-to-street fighting made the use of snipers an everyday issue for both sides. With endless places to hide, a sniper could pin down entire sections of enemy forces or take out key members of the opposing force. In this article, Warlord Games takes a look at snipers in Bolt Action and specifically the Stalingrad book.
From across the sea, the largest invasion force ever created is making its way to France. It's D-Day and the Germans are about to find out just what the Allies have been up to over on the Southern coast of Britain. The floatilla is almost there, and they're almost on your tabletops too. Battlefront has started taking pre-orders for new D-Day British for Flames of War.
Hitler: We must take Stalingrad at any cost.
Stalin: We must defend Stalingrad at any cost.
The result was one of the pivotal battles in WWII. The Germans were halted, but at a terrible cost. Millions died. But it showed that the German war machine could be stopped. Soon, you'll be able to recreate the harrowing street-by-street fighting on your tabletops with the Stalingrad Campaign book for Bolt Action.
With the Luftwaffe straffing down from overhead, the Allies at Dunkirk had to make a hasty retreat, getting onto whatever could float to try and leave the continent and escape to Britain. In this scenario for Cruel Seas, that intense escape is played out on your tabletops. Interconnected with the other scenarios posted for Bolt Action and Blood Red Skies, it's a multi-game event.
WWII did not get off to a good start for the Allies. The combined armies of France, Britain, and Belgium were chased all the way to the sea where they had to perform a daring escape on the shores of Dunkirk. In this new scenario for Bolt Action, players take on the role of these opposing forces, the Allies working to get as many men to safety while the Germans are trying to wipe them out completely.
Warlord Games has a new scenario out for Blood Red Skies. The beginning of WWII saw the Allies being chased by rapidly-advancing German forces as they tried to make it out to the coast. Once there, the Allies had to form a very hasty retreat at the beaches of Dunkirk while the Luftwaffe attacked from above. In this scenario, you can replay that harrowing ordeal on your tabletops.
The British aren't just coming! They're already here! The next batch of British releases for Team Yankee is now available from Battlefront. There's quite a lot, including a new starter force. If you're looking to get into this faction, you can't really go wrong with it. It's got tanks, helicopters, and many other armored vehicles. Plus, there's other kits you can pick from, all available now.
Grenzer Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for 15mm Imperial Roman figures. These are some of the most highly-detailed 15mm figures you're going to find around. They're working on various ancient lines of miniatures, with these being the first. The end goal is to create a miniatures game for them (rules already in the works), so you can get in on the ground floor now.
The British are coming!
The British are coming!
Wrong! The British are here! New British releases are now available from Battlefront for Team Yankee. You can head over and pick up the main book, a new AA piece, and some new tokens now.
Tanks. Originally created to break the siege warfare of the trenches in WWI, they really came into their own in WWII. There were seemingly endless varieties of tanks and other armored vehicles used in that conflict, many of which you can bring to the table in Bolt Action. In this article, Warlord Games takes a look at their book devoted to all things tank, their Tank Wars expansion. If you want to play a game focused all around these armored behemoths, this is the article to check out.
A new commander is taking to the field in Black Powder. The Duke of Marlborough has headed into battle. How will this British commander make an impact on the game? Well, Warlord Games is here to look into just that with a new article. Have yourselves a look.
Cruel Seas puts players in control of many of the smaller ships that fought during WWII. Sure, there were battleships, destroyers, and aircraft carriers around, but many harrowing battles were fought by the smaller patrol boats and other light craft. A new book is coming out soon for the game called Close Quarters and it'll make this small-craft fighting get even more close.
Great Britain might be going through Brexit now, but in Team Yankee, they're making a Brentrance into the game (yes, I'm proud of that one). They're heading into battle against the Warsaw Pact and will be making their way to tabletops soon. In this article, Battlefront gives a look at what the faction has up their sleeve, including new units and equipment.
The British are coming! The British are coming!
That's right. Across the plains of Europe, the British are mounting up and headed to war against the East. World War III has broken out and the British are doing their part. Battlefront has started taking pre-orders for their new British book and units for Team Yankee. Get your name on the list and get these figures as soon as they're released.
They say that hindsight is 2020. In this case, futuresight is 2020 as Battlefront gives us a look at what they'll be releasing this year. Want to know what you will be getting for Flames of War and Team Yankee? Here's a perfect article to do just that. Let's take a look.
This time of year, many people take a bit of a vacation. That means lots of chances to get some gaming in. Warlord Games is here to help out with some new free downloadable supplements for Blood Red Skies, Cruel Seas, Hail Caesar, and Black Seas. Head on over and check them out.
Draco Ideas has launched their Kickstarter campaign for 2GM Pacific. If you've wanted the action of 2GM, but over in the sunny shores of the Pacific theater, now's your chance. This new expansion is stand-alone but also 100% compatable, so feel free to mix your sets together. You can go get your pledge on now. *gets out corn cob pipe*
Many different military units stood out during WWII. One such was the 21st Panzer Division. They were quite the colorful bunch, so much so that Battlefront has put together a booklet about them for Flames of War. You can go check that out now.
The folks at Battlefront are working hard and making sure you keep an eye towards the skies. Death From Above is the current name of the game (well, Flames of War is the name of the game, but you know what I mean), with new airborne troops landing all the time. They've got some new figures touching down that you can go get now.