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Personal logo 20thmaine Supporting Member of TMP18 Jul 2017 2:11 p.m. PST

Oh dear….6 weeks since the last update on new items on the Solo Wargamers Association Lone Warrior blog.

Which means it's another bumper crop.

Jonathan Aird reviews the Hotwheels Rey's LSpeeder PDF link It's 25mm, nuff said !

Rob Morgan takes a look at Trafalger Model's HMS Good Hope link – it's an oldie but a goodie.

Mike Crane reviews When Empires Clash Colonial Rules PDF link Any good? They are by Bob Cordery – nuff said !

Rob Morgan offer the Flame Barrage as a handy What-if to weave into WWII games link

Jonathan Aird thinks the Stone Mountains Miniatures Coered bridge model has a lot of potential uses PDF link , and it's a nice model!

Taken from Lone Warrior magazine 195, Paul Le Long offers up Simple Seafaring in the Second World War PDF link It's a complete game !

Jonathan Aird finds Stone Mountain's Alien Fungus PDF link inspiring – Fightin' Fungi of course – but how about a 6mm Journey to the Center of the Earth ?!

Rob Morgan ponders the effects of Wargame Campaigns that have an outbrteak of the plague link
nasty !

Mike Crane PDF link and Arthur Harman PDF link review Bob Cordrey's Portable Wargame Book. Both find it very good (well….no real surprise there grin) Arthur Harman also reviews Developing the Portable Wargame PDF link – again, a worthy purchase

Rob Morgan reviews Osprey MAA501 Armies of the Greek-Turkish War 1919-22 PDF link and also MAA 502 Byzantine Naval Forces 1261-1461 PDF link

From Lone Warrior 190 comes A Hunting we will go, in which Rupert Cullum plays a campaign with Howard Whitehouse's The Lion Eats Tonight rules – it sounds spiffing good fun!

Rob Morgan reviews a Mulberry Harbour in 1/3000th PDF link It comes from Mike Yarrow models, and looks to be very good value.

Jonathan Aird has a look at Osprey Combat 14 France 1940: German Infantryman versus British Infantryman PDF link . Full of scenario ideas is one conclusion.

Rob Morgan finds a card Tram model – that'll be perfect as a roadblock terrain piece link

And finally Jonathan Aird reviews Osprey Weapon 51 Gladius PDF link – an interesting book with insights into the practices of the Roman Legions.

Phew! Well, that'll have to keep everyone busy until August ! Happy Summer Reading.

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