In the Warhammer 40K
Miniatures Gallery which covers all the major armies. It is split into sections according to army and then most of the armies are split into HQ, Elites, Troops, Fast Attack and Heavy Support. Models are from personal collections, from photographs taken at gaming shows or displays. Armies include: Adeptus Mechanicus, Chaos, Daemonhunters, Dark Eldar, Eldar, Feral Orks, Grots, Imperial Guard, Imperial Navy, Kroot, Necrons, Orks, Ork Speed Freeks, Space Marines, Tau, Tyranids, Witch Hunters and Scenery and Terrain
In 1988, GDW published a role playing game
called Space: 1889. The brainchild of Frank Chadwick, the
game takes place in an alternate universe that more resembles
the worlds of Jules Verne and Edgar Rice Burroughs than it
does our own. Check out our Space 1889
Gallery with images of Sky Galleons, Martians and British
Soldiers. We also have a Space 1889
page. Also check out the following articles relating to: The Difference Engine Wargaming and
the Analytical Engine.
The Flames of War Miniatures
Gallery covers a variety of aspects of Battlefront's 15mm World War Two game, Flames of War. Covering British Early and Late War, German Late War, it will also cover French Early War and other forces.
The Dystopian Wars Gallery contains images of ships and models from the Victorian Science Fiction miniatures game from Spartan Games.
In the Science Fiction
Miniatures Gallery there are sections devoted to: 25mm,
a Space 1889
gallery, a small section devoted to 6mm
and a much larger section for Epic
Armageddon (and Epic40K).
There are also three sections for space battles with a section
on generic Starships, one for Star
Trek and one for starships from Babylon 5. There is also a large gallery devoted to Warhammer40K.
TheTally Ho! Miniatures
Gallery contains pictures relating and inspiring our Tally
Miniatures Gallery contains sections on Orcs;
Goblins; Elves; Dwarves; Ogres
and a Misc section for anything else
not covered above. Also check out the following articles for
Flintloque: Battle for Casa Tumoor:
This is a small Flintloque game, however it could also
be used with historical units, as found in the Peninsular
War. Battle for Elgin Abbey: This
scenario, using the rules and figures in the box set, has
Lieutenant Sharke and his band of Orc Rifles fighting against
a pursuing band of Elven Voltiguers amongst the ruins of an
ancient abbey. Guns of the South: Alternative
History Scenario for the American Civil War American Civil
War using the Flintloque system.
The Lord of the Rings
Gallery contains pictures relating to the GW game of the films inspired by the works of JRR Tolkien.