Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Martian Zombies

Just recently I've 'published' my first game. I use the inverted commas since it's currently a downloadable print-and-play affair - I think getting into print will be the big milestone!
Anyway, it's called Martian Zombies, and pits the crew of a 1950s B-Grade SF movie space ship against hordes of martian zombies in a randomly generated space ship and a race for survival.
You can get hold of your own copy at RPGNow!

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Ishoo Fifty-Nin: 15mm Sci Fi Terrain Tiles

When I decided to start playing small death-math style games of GruntZ with my wargames club kids at school, I thought it'd be cool to make some small modular terrain boards out of some MDF my dad had cut into one foot squares for me years ago (it's the top of my old wargames table, when I left home the parents had no use for it). This obviously got me to thinking about modular terrain in general, and how absurdly easy it can be, and how absurdly great it can look! How absurdly easy? I think you can guess by now.

PART ONE: Roads.

PART TWO: Landing Pads

And there you have it Hippo Fans! It's really very easy to make up a whole lot of these. I've made eight tiles, which lets me field two two foot square mini-tables. By building a ninth tile, I can stick them all together to make a single three foot by three foot table.
Well, see you next ishoo for Dead End Diner!