If you see this set and have the slightest bit of interest in WW2 themed tabletop gaming –get it. The WW2 Deluxe Set of Wings of War can be pretty hard to find, so if you can get one, we highly suggest doing so. This complete starter’s kit has everything you will need to play the game in its’ entirety. From the rule book, to the tokens, to the planes themselves; just be sure to keep an eye out for the smaller pieces when playing since they are hard to replace if they get lost or are misplaced. Oh, and did we mention that the 4 miniature planes in this set are incredibly awesome.
If you enjoyed playing Axis and Allies, then getting the Eastern Front 1941-1945 expansion pack should be a no brainer. Packing 60 units of well designed miniatures, you cannot go wrong with the semi-random approach (and even with a dozen of these, most of what you get is still worth keeping). Axis and Allies is designed to be played by ages 12 and above, the rules are easy to figure out, the sets are sturdy, and the gameplay is fast paced.
There are plenty of interesting systems out there when it comes to tabletop gaming, but few are as simple as Crossfire’s ranged combat metrics: if you can see it, you can shoot it. This creates a game that focuses heavily on maneuvering, finding cover, and making the most out of every single unit you have in order to win. Cover is the big new factor here as it becomes critically important throughout all CF games. Speeding up the action is the implementation of the initiative system for turns.
The genre of tower defense is packed with some memorable titles such as Incursion 2, Kingdom Rush, and the Bloons Tower Defense series, all of which provide a unique spin on the format. Fieldrunners is yet another tower defense game that hopes to offer you something a little bit unique and noticeably stylish, only this time in the form of a war-themed getup that hopes to be the next title to eat up the majority of your spare time.
What does one do after the First World War? The throws of what has become known as the "Great War" have all but passed, the inter-war period has begun, and as time ticks on to the latter half of the 1920s, a depression takes hold. More worryingly, political, economic, and social unrest simmers with increasing intensity as the depression tightens its grip over the major powers of the world at the time.
Real war is never a good thing; lives are lost and ruined in so many ways that the whole world would be so much better without it. But virtual war is downright fun. Players from all over the world can connect with each other and engage in the spirit of healthy competition - all while riding virtual machines of destruction. It goes without saying that World of Tanks is an incredibly fun and simple game to play, but it also provides a very deep balancing mechanic that will keep hardcore players sticking through with the game for weeks on end.
It is rare that you find a flash-powered game that mimics the fun and format of arena shooting games in the first place, let alone one that manages to do it was well as Strike Force Heroes. Developed by Sky9 Games, this game allows you to assume the role of four heroes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses and a substantial number of weapons to unlock. These heroes are used to fight against the evil forces of the Globex Corporation that repeatedly spawn in the fifteen campaign missions that you get to play through.