Hind & Seek Miniatures Game Rules Released

Afghanistan has a pretty long history of conflict. For around a decade, it was the Russians that were trying to go in and take over the place. It didn’t turn out so well for them. But how did a technologically-superior group have such issues? Well, you can find out in Hind & Seek, a new set of rules that recreates the Soviet-Afghan war of 1979-1989. The book is available now.
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Fall Weiss Expansion Available for Ostfront

The opening to WWII was quick and brutal. The Germans swept into Poland using their Blitzkrieg tactics (so called because it was “as fast as lightening”). Then, after the decisive victories there, they turned their attention towards France, heading there and conquering that country in also rather rapid form. The Fall Weiss expansion of Ostfront lets you play out those battles (though hopefully giving the Polish and French a good chance of winning, depending on how you play) on your tabletop. It’s available now.
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Ostfront Publishing Releases Westfront WWI Miniatures Game

In my opinion, WWI is really what set the foundation for the rest of the 20th century. I wish it was as prevalent in popular culture as WWII is. So every time I see a new game come out based on WWI, it makes me happy, as it brings the conflict back into mind. So I’m happy that Ostfront has released Westfront, a new WWI miniatures game.
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Lacquered Coffins WWII Air Combat Game Now Available

During WWII, over many battles, another battle was taking place. Planes of all sorts, from scout planes to agile fighters to bombers were fighting their own war. Lacquered Coffins lets you relive those days of close-combat dogfights with their simple set of aerial combat rules.
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Ostfront WWII Rulebook Now Available

Ostfront Publishing is happy to announce the release of Ostfront, their combined arms WWII game rulebook. The game’s designed so you can set up and play company to battalion-level games quickly and easily (and historically accurately, which any good historical wargamer wants). Bases for infantry figures count as 10-25 men (depending on the scale you pick and unit in question). Continue reading