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Burning Plastic

War Gaming is a massively growing hobby, but is a massively expensive one too. As a result, Burning Plastic was Born. It is created by Mitch Nexon based on "Fighting Plastic" By Corey Butler. Burning Plastic combines intense strategy and cheap prices to make a fun and cheap war game. Isn't that what every gamer wants? Why so cheap? It is because Burning Plastic uses the common soft plastic toy soldier seen at dollar stores. While Games Workshop sells 20 figures for $30 USD, Burning Plastics figures can be bought for a dollar. Usually 50 are included in a bag. If you are not satisfied with the selection your local dollar store has, there are many online stores that sell plastic army men. Once you play Burning Plastic, you will not want to play anything else.
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