Wargames Illustrated Issue 359 September 2017

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Observation Post

Spoilt for choice, we take a look at a selection of the myriad of products that are new or upcoming.

Theme: Gats, Gals And Green Gripping Hands

Just what is pulp and where can we leap upon this careering mine wagon of a genre? Howard Whitehouse steps into the limelight to investigate and enlighten.

The Wars of James II Part 2

The second part of Simon McDowall’s look at the wars of James II focuses upon the so-called Battle of the Dunes.

Theme: Pulp Alley – The City of Serpents

A suitable scenario for tough guys and dangerous dames set within a city full of the most devious of creatures.

Show Report: Partizan 2017

This year’s demo game offerings at the Partizan wargames show were exceptional! But don’t take our word for it...

Theme: Why I Love Pulp

Purveyor and owner of Pulp Miniatures Bob Murch shares his personal reasons for loving the wacky world of pulp in all its enduring glory.

Rules Showcase: Dracula’s America – Shadows of The Old West

We take a mosey down the main street of a Wild West town in this new rulebook, which delivers both standard and Weird versions of the genre.

Theme: Mad Maximillian

In a society where things took a dramatic turn for the worst, 1930s era vehicles are armed, armoured and taken onto the roads by warriors desperate to survive.

Why I Love: Donnybrook

A fan outlines the best parts of these skirmish level rules, complete with applications that perhaps cross over into the pure pulp genre.

Theme: Liftwood

Robert Giglio provides some wargaming ideas for using your 19th Century troops on the Mars created by the Space:1889 roleplaying game.

Eventing for Gamers

Dom Sore discusses the finer points of running two events at his local club.

Theme: Painting Pulp

Dave Taylor provides some painting advice for those looking to give their miniatures a pulp-tastic polish.

For the Want of a Nail

Just how can we deal with the issue of logistics in our gaming. What are the potential effects on our tabletop armies?

Theme: Monkeys, Mini Coopers, Mrs Langley And Friends

Just what happened during one of our latest WI gaming days? Photos and extracts from the full story.

Designer’s Notes: Campaign – New Guinea

Mark Barber, author of this Bolt Action supplement, explains its contents and how he managed to recreate this chapter from the Pacific War.

Squalid? I Can Do Squalid

Nick Buxey discusses his efforts to re-produce the more, er, down market buildings of a certain period.

Bringing Wargaming To the Classroom

The HMGS makes sterling efforts to promote our hobby across the USA. Their latest efforts involve young people within the school system.

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