What I want from a game has changed over time. Money and time invested are both at a premium, which is where the beauty of 15mm and 20mm miniatures comes in. An entire platoon with vehicles and support for under $100? Yes please. Quick to build and paint? Smaller playing space and easily made terrain? Yes to all. Force on Force, GRUNTZ and Tomorrow's War are all solid looking rules sets, with a good online community if you're in to that sort of thing.
I've joined a blog of like-minded gamers to document the new happenings, so check it out over at http://otherwars.grim-dark.com/ if you like.
Here's a preview of my first article:
Once I started thinking about 15mm gaming I discovered the vast world of 28mm models out there took on an entirely different light once placed beside a 15mm model. Robots become mechs and dungeon monsters become city-destroyers. Today I took a look at Reaper miniatures to see what possibilities they might have for 15mm.
First up are XAIRobots, which work beautifully in 15mm (and 20mm):
|Left to right: 3x Reaper 28mm, Elhiem 20mm, Rebel 15mm.|
Reaper also has the old CAV mo...
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