Tag: Warmachine

Wargaming Recon #23: Learn to Play War at Sea

Learn to Play War at Sea. Originally released on May 4, 2007 this recording is the 23rd episode of what is now known as Wargaming Recon. This episode has an interesting history that you’ll hear in the intro to the recording. Some highlights from the episode are: Play through of… Read More»

CWF Game Cast Episode 52: Neil Shuck & Meeples & Miniatures

Host Tom Barbalet’s records this very special episode featuring one of the most influential and all-around great guy in the world of gaming podcasting. Tom interviews the one, the only, Neil Shuck of Meeples & Miniatures (M&M). The two adopt a View from the Veranda format. They discuss a myriad… Read More»

Battleground Games Plainville Celebrates Grand Opening

Battleground Games & Hobbies celebrated the Grand Opening of its Plainville location on Saturday, October 16, 2010. The fun started at 10am and CWF GameCast began the party at 9:30am with a quick stop to nearby Dunkin Donuts to fuel up on a Mocha Coolata (skim milk please, hold the… Read More»

The Whiz Store Roundup

The Whiz Store has been very busy on Twitter and Facebook. They’ve announced so many things we decided it is easier to share them all in a roundup than a bunch of smaller blog posts. The next “black box” delivery is including Dark Eldar for 40k. The Whiz is looking… Read More»

Battleground Games Plainville Grand Opening October 16, 2010

Battleground Games & Hobbies is proud to announce the Grand Opening of its Plainville location on Saturday, October 16, 2010 starting at 10am. Head to 25 Taunton Street in Plainville for the festivities. In celebration there will be lots of fun and prizes. Demos of 40k, Fantasy, and Warmachine/Hordes will… Read More»

Privateer Press Purposefully Understocks Metal Miniatures

I was just made aware that distributors, in particular ACD and Alliance, of Privateer Press products, in particular Warmachine and Hordes, have been unable to supply desired models to game stores. This has lasted almost a month for some area game stores, which prompted curiosity. Why couldn’t the distributors send… Read More»