| ||Miniatures adaptation of a classic science fiction boardgame. Giant cybernetic war machines (Ogres) fight with and against tanks, hovercraft, and powersuited infantry. Intended to be fast-moving and easy to learn.|
|Period||The 21st-century battlefield|
|Scale||Tactical. Ground scale is normally 2" = 1 mile. Vertical scale is exaggerated by a factor of 100. Each turn represents 4 minutes of combat. Each figure represents an individual vehicle or infantry squad. Official Ogre figures were once available from Ral Partha, but have been discontinued.|
|Basing||Individual for vehicles; 1-3 figures per infantry base.|
|Contents||64-page rulebook, reference card, diecut templates and markers|
|Publisher||First edition published 1992 by Steve Jackson Games|
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|14 August 1999||Ogre Macroture story|
Mark Siefert's website is gone
Ogre con pictures no longer online
|2 November 1997||added new links|
|11 April 1997||reorganized|
|27 January 1997||page first published|
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