The Bug World
Another of our ambitious tables that offered players a highly detailed desert world to fight upon. Set in the Warhammer 40K universe, one popular game involved a squad of Imperial Guard who were accompanying a mysterious Tech Priest to an Adeptus Mechanicus outpost where all communications had been lost.
These games featured a bit of mystery, a touch of role-playing, a variety of videos and other high-tech features (it was a sci-fi game after all), and in the end, there was a mind-blowing betrayal and a final fight to the death against a horde of bugs. Continue reading.
The Curious Case of Jack the Ripper
Using our dedicated terrain table (see our terrain page), we ran a scenario that summed Sherlock Holmes was on the trail of the famed serial killer, Jack the Ripper.
Sherlock Holmes and Watson, accompanied by a contingent of “Bobbies”, started the game at the cemetery gate, while Inspector Lestrade and some men arrived near the front door of an abandoned church on the far side of the cemetery. Continue reading.
Our Navy Seals in Somalia
One of the more ambitious terrain tables we’ve built is a 4-foot-by-4-foot sea port in an Arabic setting. Featured at Historicon 2012, the table features 17 buildings, a 2-foot-long tramp steamer, and some very detailed terrain pieces.
A scenario that offers some realistic but tough play involves a raid by Navy Seals on Al-Qaeda terrorists, who intend to use the steamship to transport a “dirty bomb” to a U.S. port. Continue reading.