WWII in the Air
When it comes to air combat, the question for gamers comes down to - how do
we handle three dimensions? Some of the solutions provided by the different
- Just push the planes around in two dimensions.
- Provide markers to indicate the height of each aircraft.
- Create stands that allow the planes to be depicted at one of several altitudes.
- Mount the planes on stands that allow them to rotate on three axes, accurately
depicting the true attitude of the aircraft.
Which answer is "right" depends on what you want to get out of the game - a quick
evening's entertainment? a complex study of military aviation? a game that looks
cool on the tabletop?
Hobby News – Section Four
- Magister Militum: Dambusters Discount Until End of March on 617 Squadron 1:1200 Aircraft
- Testudo Miniatures: "A Great Way to Start With Our New 28mm Miniatures"
- American Army Air Force, USA, May 1940 Army List Available
- Plague Games Moves to Alternative Armies
- OMM: Pike & Shotte Miniatures, Ospreys, Books, Magazines & More
- Striking Effectively First Supplement Available
- 1:144 Mitsubishi A6M Zero
- OMM: New Rules, Ospreys, Wargames, Books & Magazines
- 15mm Braced Concrete Walls (16 Pieces)
- "Now You Can Hang on the Wall Your Preferred Rava's Osprey Art! And Much More…"
- Luftwaffe 46 Available
- Voxelhouse: Happy 2023
- OMM: New Miniatures, Books & Magazines
- New 1:144 Henschel Hs-123
- Beat the Price Increase
- OMM: New Ospreys, Books & Magazines
- More Raiden 1:285th Aircraft in Stock