Delta One Zero | Fortified Niche Playtest!

You just voted for Rise of the Reds in Moddb 2021 Mod of the Year Awards. Turning off your computer, you still feel the need for tactical action in a (not very) plausible near future setting. Time to break out those metal miniatures and play Delta One Zero, the Antipodean high-speed low-barbie tabletop wargame.

This is companion piece for the Fortified Niche podcast episode

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The Silver Bayonet | Test plays for Fortified Niche podcast

Fortified Niche is my (and one other good dude’s) podcast about miniature wargames you may have not heard of.  Seeing how the general populace agrees that it’s good to play the game before you cast a pod about it, here are some Tabletop Simulator screenshots of us doing just that. This time, it’s the Napoleonic gothic horror of The Silver Bayonet.

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Inquisitorial Warband: my first Warhammer 40000 Kill Team

Long before I had this blog, I was a student in Japan – a student who finally had enough money to invest into Warhammer 40,000. No longer would the three easy-to-build Ultramarines a friend had brought me as a gift from Sweden would be my only miniatures. I quickly bought a squad of Cadians, a Chimera, Tacticals (and a Black Templar kit)… and things got really wild by the time I built my first Warhammer force: an Inquisition Kill Team.

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Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector review | The swarm has no right to live

“Strategy video game with Space Marines” always piques my interest, especially since there’s no good analogue version of that. While I was initially skeptical – Tyranids are racing and disgusting neck with Nurgle for the coveted “most boring Warhammer 40,000 video game opponent” trophy – Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector won me over via good gameplay and obvious craftsmanship.

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Zona Alfa impressions | Roll 3D10 on the Cheeki Breeki table

Zona Alfa review

Ever since STALKER (the video game) was released, nerds wanted to play as tiny metal (let’s not kid ourselves here) Slavic people who run around abandoned areas rife with anomalies while dressed in milsurp rags and armed with clapped-out AKs basically. Zona Alfa from Osprey is probably one of the best ways to scratch that itch. I played one game of it, which makes probably too qualified to talk about it.

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