It's some regular WWII and some alternate-history WWII that Warlord Games has for you this week. There's a new walker for Konflikt '47 and then a group of new boats for your Cruel Seas games. Let's dig on in and see what we have.
Japan has introduced it’s first bipedal walker with devastating results. Wield the new resin and metal Locust Medium Battlewalker and destroy your enemy!
Japan has now been able to enhance its Battlewalker programme with shared assets from the German Panzermech program. The addition of a bipedal jump-capable walker based on the Heuschrecke/locust medium panzermech, able to compete with the versatility of the Allied Grizzly and Mudskipper chassis…
Often referred to as the “riverine tanks” or “Bronekater” the gunboats of the project 1124 and 1125 series played an important role in securing the large system of waterways of the Soviet Union.
Transportable by train from a river to other, it was designed to enter tunnels and cross bridges aboard wagon trains.
Dubbed the Kleine fähre (small ferry) the Siebel ferry would prove it’s self a highly useful and adaptable vessel.
Aircraft designer Fritz Siebel (A commissioned a colonel in the Luftwaffe) had been assigned his own Sonderkommando (special command) for improvising Luftwaffe invasion craft for Operation Sea Lion.
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. Their most famous boat was probably the Fairmile D or ‘Dog’ boat, a dual MTB/MGB, possibly the best-armed vessel size for its size in the world.