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A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two
by Joe M.
Publisher: Amarillo Design Bureau
Date Added: 11/28/2014 14:18:43
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two i love star trek games and one you to do about anything you want i like the number of ship each race has great game

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
a Pathology of Lycanthropy and Vampirism
by Joe M.
Publisher: Irrational Number Line Games, LLC
Date Added: 11/28/2014 14:16:03
a Pathology of Lycanthropy and Vampirism if you want to add werewolf or werebear or other werebeast too a game very good and easy to use

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Volcanic Wasteland
by James A.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 11/27/2014 03:37:47
Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Volcanic Wasteland Really nice set of tiles this, very high quality and detail. Joe was also super helpful and helped me get an image put together for printing on a 4 foot by 4 mat. It came out perfectly and i'll be getting another of his maps printed before long! Great product and great people to deal with

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wizard Battle
by Daniel S.
Publisher: Good Dream Games
Date Added: 11/26/2014 18:24:18
Wizard Battle It's like Diplomacy and Rock Paper Scissors had a baby, but you could time travel too. I loved tricking all my friends into letting me win! (even if it only comes off about half the time)

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two
by Ken R.
Publisher: Amarillo Design Bureau
Date Added: 11/25/2014 11:21:17
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two What a perfect way for ADB to re-launch this set of miniature game rules that desperately needed a makeover. Revised to eliminate the errors from its original launch, this is a slimmed down version of Star Fleet Battles (or, more properly, Federation Commander) but still retains the flavor of the Star Fleet Universe. Thankfully absent is the minutiae and bloat of SFB. Notably present is unmistakable Trek-style combat viewed through the lens of the streamlined A Call to Arms game engine. Federation ships still pack a punch with their photons while Romulans fire their plasma torpedoes, cloaking to hide and rearm. I highly recommend giving this game a try, especially with the fantastic "pay what you want" deal that is in effect for a limited time. Download the rules, paint some minis or use counters, play the game, and help make it even better by reporting your results. This is a rare opportunity to influence a game system. There is so much more of the Star Fleet Universe story to...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
CT-G03-Traveller- Azhanti High Lightning
by James T.
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 11/22/2014 22:46:59
CT-G03-Traveller- Azhanti High Lightning Rated medium for use in recreating the game. The rules are very well done, scanned with OCR and clear and easy to read. This also applies to the accompanying supplement. However the deck plans in the supplement have been replaced by what appears to be recreated versions done in something similar to MSPaint. These are very harsh colour-wise and do not have the identifying numbers to match the text descriptions. This actually makes it impossible to play the included scenarios as working out the starting placement is a matter of guesswork. There is an accompanying file of the deck plans, again missing the identification numbers. The counters are generally fine for play, a little blurry but mostly usable. The main exception are the black on red Zhodani counters. The identification numbers are impossible to read and the icons are very blurry....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
CT-G04-Traveller Fifth Frontier War
by James T.
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 11/22/2014 18:06:28
CT-G04-Traveller Fifth Frontier War A medium review, generally due to the suitability of the components in recreating the game. No box art is included in the download. The Rules are of excellent quality, and appear to be OCR scans. The charts however are image scans, but are fine to use in play. There is a separate higher resolution map included in the download, this is of playable quality, but needs work if used to recreate an aesthetically pleasing version of the game. Counters are fairly poor quality, they are playable and just readable, but are obviously low quality and not for use to recreate the game as it was. Of the most concern to playing the game, some of the Unit Identifying Numbers are so blurry they are unreadable....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
CT-G00-Traveller- Imperium
by James T.
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 11/22/2014 17:42:24
CT-G00-Traveller- Imperium A medium review for this product, generally due to its suitability in recreating the game. No images for the box are included. This is disappointing for those that want to recreate the set. The rules are of excellent quality, they are OCR scans of the rules and include the later editions' 'History of the Imperium'. There are two maps included with the rules that are for reference only, they are unreadable and not suitable for playing on. This is rectified by the inclusion of a second file that contains a higher quality scan of the 1990 map. This scan is playable and readable. Unfortunately, only this one map is included, the second map of 2005, that is included in unreadable form with the rules, is not available in a higher resolution scan. The tokens are a mix of hit and miss, generally they are usable, however, the low resolution scans make them unsuitable to recreating the board game, and are more suited as a reference to an existing set....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
CT-G06- Dark Nebula
by James T.
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 11/22/2014 17:16:36
CT-G06- Dark Nebula I'll offer a medium review for this product, mostly due to the suitability of the download in recreating the original game. It is disappointing that the cover image is only some 200x300 pixels and unsuitable for recreating a box for your recreated game. The rules are clear and appear to be without error, rather than image scans, the rules appear to be retyped or OCR scans. The maps themselves, while low resolution, are clear and easy to read. Even the hex numbers are clear enough to read. Only a low score on the quality of the scan of the chits in particular. Blurry and very low resolution, very disappointing for a paid product. Overall, this version of the game can be used to recreate the game in a basic way, that at minimum is playable. However, the aesthetics of the game if recreated using the components included in this paid download will be disappointing....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Town Square Clock Tower
by Chris M.
Publisher: Mystic Mountain Productions
Date Added: 11/22/2014 00:52:16
Town Square Clock Tower Good Design, clean look. Even in black and white looks fine.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Some Corner of a Foreign Field
by Stuart H.
Publisher: Morningstar Productions
Date Added: 11/21/2014 15:12:25
Some Corner of a Foreign Field I like the way the action moves but more detail is needed with particulars, such as grenades (is there a maximum range a soldier can lob one?). Helicopter action is a bit ambiguous - what happens if the chopper is shot at and not hit? Does it just stay in the scenario, while everyone takes pot shots at it??? What do it's 3 action points encompass? Leaving the field? . Overwatch can use more detail also - Is it a reaction fire to someone shooting at the character on overwatch? Do you interject at will, or do you have to wait until the enemy activation phase is finished before shooting? Cover: If a spotted soldier goes prown in hard cover such as the top of a building with a concrete wall skirting it - A) does he get a bonus for being prown, plus in hard cover plus obscured? B) is he still considered spotted? C) can he fire from his prown position regardless of the fact that he can't possibly see through the concrete wall/skirt.? If a Soldier is prown on the ground, peering...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
RM17 Romanian Cavalry Division, 1943-1944, East Europe
by Alan H.
Publisher: MicroMark Army Lists
Date Added: 11/21/2014 12:19:42
RM17 Romanian Cavalry Division, 1943-1944, East Europe Another fine piece of work from the ever fertile mind of Mark Bevis, I really find the Micromark lists to be a great resource and, while I do not own them all, I have a fair few in my collection. This information really helped me out when writing an ORBAT for FOCUSED FIREPOWER!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines)
by Eric F.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/20/2014 18:21:36
La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great artifact of historical interest to war gamers and role players alike. This piece is a cleaned up version of the venerable French magazine La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) that is a window into the past of a world that will never be again. WWI is a one of the strange bridge gap wars that still echoes through history. The importance of WW I can not be little ever. The sacrifices of the soldiers, the horrors of that war and the conflicts are still studied by scholars even today and many modern advances on the battlefield had their start in WWI. La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great reference point for WWI from the perceptions of those who lived in center of the conflict. Every single reference could be potentially used as a potential hand out for either a horror or WWI themed role playing game. Its nice to have a cleaned up version of ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Sci-Fi Civilians Set
by Philip D.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 11/20/2014 07:12:39
Sci-Fi Civilians Set Good figures. The only remark have is that when printed as is, they are a bit small for 28mm. At least they did not fit well with some of my other miniatures, so I had to enlarge them. But this might also be due to personal taste, of course.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Modular Rocketship
by Philip D.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 11/20/2014 07:08:54
Modular Rocketship Good product. Especially the modular part is very convenient to plan and print your own spaceship. The only remark I have is that the colors are a bit dark, and that the squares (if you want to use them) could have been made a bit more visible. For some images of our game ina ction in which we used these floor plans: http://snv-ttm.blogspot.be/2014/07/antares-2401-aboard-space-
ship-odessa.html

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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