An irregular podcast looking at wargaming, from historical gaming such as Black Powder, Bolt Action and Chain of Command to Scifi and Fantasy with Warhammer 40k and Frostgrave.
WSS79 - We Have Ways of Making You Game
In this episode, on top of the latest wargaming news from the newsroom at Bowers Towers, we’ve got a report from Al Murray and James Holland’s We Have Ways Fest. Jasper and Angus talk to Too Fat Lardies Nick Skinner about his experience running Chain of Command at an event not aimed at wargaming.
Stargrave: Bold Endeavour (Osprey)
The Silver Bayonet: Canada (Osprey)
Bolt Action: Campaign: Case Blue (Osprey)
With Hot Lead and Cold Steel (Osprey)
7TV – the cinematic skirmish game
With the summer upon us, the Wargames Soldiers and Strategy team discuss how they take their wargaming on holiday.
Jasper also tells listeners why they should participate in the 10th Great Wargaming Survey.
The Great Wargaming Survey, 2023
Black Beards vs Maynard, Firelock Games
Senussi’s Little Miniature War 1915-1917, Caliber Books
Blood Red Skies: Wing Commander, Warlord
Operation Plunder, RKX Miniatures
The Lost Expedition, Osprey
Strength and Hour, Too Fat Ladies
The Terrain Tutor
Guy and Chris have been on manoeuvres to Mel the Terrain Tutor's workshop to take some pictures for the magazine. Whilst there, Chris grabbed an interview with Mel.
The renowned miniature painter Kevin Dallimore kindly agreed to do the front cover for our ‘Rise of the Redcoats’ theme in Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy issue 123. Now, that cover model is being sold on eBay to raise money for the Royal British Legion. You can find all the pictures on Guy's blog.
The team also discuss the latest news and what they have been up to.
eBay for the Kevin Dallimore figures
The Terrain Tutor
The Doomed, Osprey Games
Bring out your lead
What do you do when your wargame cupboard is full?
In this episode of the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy podcast, the boys discuss having a clearout and give you some ideas on how to create more space.
Guy also brings us the latest hobby news.
7TV Dracula, Crooked Dice
Refighting History, Vol 2: The War of the Austrian Succession, Charles Grant
The Damned, Wargames Atlantic
American War of Independence, Brigade Games
First to Fight: USMC 1942-1945 Vol 1 Guadalcanal Campaign
The Roaring Lions, Bavaria Miniatures
Salute is arguably the largest wargames show in the world. In this episode, Guy and Jasper give their impressions of the show after spending the day there, and Mark tells us about his experiences of running a demonstration game of Strength and Honour at the show.
As usual, Guy also brings up all the latest wargames news.
Tales of Men, Myths and Monsters: Rules for adventures in Greek Mythology, Calibre Books
French, Franco-Prussian War, Perry Miniatures
What a Cowboy, Too Fat Lardies
Blitzkrieg Commander: The Forgotten War
The Perfect Rules
The team tackle what makes the perfect set of rules. In a wide-ranging discussion they toy with the perfect layout for a rule book, favourite dice to use, fancy mechanisms and even the style rules are written.
Guy also brings us the latest news from Bowers Towers.
Pike & Shotte Epic Battles, Warlord Games
What a cowboy, Too Fat Lardies
Battlegroup Centag, The Plastic Soldier Company
The Silver Bayonet: The Carpathians, Osprey
Slingshot Journal, The Society of Ancients
Crystal Mark, The Plain English Campaign
Plastic v Metal
Love the pod but i think they missed the most important point which is the resale value of metal over plastic.
Metal being very much higher £5 to £10 a figure plastic being whatever you can get which usually is not much!!!