Battlegames Issue 3
- Asquith's Way. Blister packs — what about them? Stuart considers the pros and cons of the modern packaging.
- Siege of Badajoz 1936. Adam Williams presents a challenging Spanish Civil War scenario. Most of us know about the city being besieged during the Napoleonic Wars, but how many of us knew about its much later role?
- Flames of War. Brighton wargamer Al Birch is on the hunt for the 'perfect' WW2 gaming system. Has he found it?
- A project too far, part 2. Wargaming project supremo Phil Olley convinces us it's possible to build an army in a month!
- Larry Leadhead. A wry smile with the cartoon boys Eric Hotz and Douglas Hamm.
- The Wars of the Faltenian Succession. In this issue, I demonstrate how to create fictitious geography for your imagi-nation.
- Habet, hoc habet! Veteran gamer Arthur Harman provides great gladiatorial fun — and you'll learn some Latin too! Illustrated by Ann Prescott.
- The Way of the Sword. Martial artist and oriental specialist John Kersey describes ancient warfare the Oriental way, with a classic scenario to fight.
- Forward Observer. Columnist Mike Siggins ponders the world of wargaming.
- For King or Parliament. Gamer and author Angus Konstam takes a look at The Perfect Captain's free ECW rules Very Civile Actions and presents a scenario.
- Table Top Teaser. "If you go down to the woods today...", another cracking scenario from Charles S Grant.
- To boldly go: Our F&SF editor Guy Hancock takes a look at themed armies and asks whether they can really be successful.
- Recce. Our experienced team of reviewers examine the latest products and services.