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  • New 3D Sculpts at Combat Miniatures

    We have been adding New 3D Sculpts for several weeks now. The newest are the 3D Infantry that are now available in sets of 15 or individual. Will be adding more countries in the coming weeks. ![alt text]Japan.jpg IMG_2899-1067x800.jpg

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  • RE: Is this Kickstarter now officially dead?

    @general-6-stars said in Is this Kickstarter now officially dead?:

    @iwillnevergrowup said in Is this Kickstarter now officially dead?:

    To be honest, I (thankfully) avoided backing from the start because there was, imho (as a publisher) no realistic way this game was being made (properly anyway) for the funding goal they were asking for. Not in my experience at least, though I’d be happy to be wrong.

    4 years later and the prices have only skyrocketed on absolutely every step of the manufacturing, freight and delivery process making it even less likely. Plus the constant changes to the game since funding boggles my mind. Wasn’t the game done and ready to go before it was put up for funding?

    I feel for those who backed this. I really do. This is a horrible situation and a stain on the entire industry when things like this happen.

    That said, I really really DO hope that I’m entirely wrong and you all get your game. Eric did post in the kickstarter comments yesterday.

    You got a link to where this Eric posted in Kickstarter comments ?

    Yup, as Panther replied with.

    Unfortunately, the comment update (which is par for the course it seems … updates where it takes work to find) essentially says the exact same thing he was saying back in 2019 with the pieces finally (?) prepped for the mold process (as they were also in 2019 and 2020). You know; stuff that should have been ready to go when the funding wrapped up if not within a couple of months of.

    Honestly … there is zero excuse for this having taken 4+ years and still nothing of substance to show. (in my opinion).

    posted in The War in Vietnam
  • RE: Is this Kickstarter now officially dead?

    To be honest, I (thankfully) avoided backing from the start because there was, imho (as a publisher) no realistic way this game was being made (properly anyway) for the funding goal they were asking for. Not in my experience at least, though I’d be happy to be wrong.

    4 years later and the prices have only skyrocketed on absolutely every step of the manufacturing, freight and delivery process making it even less likely. Plus the constant changes to the game since funding boggles my mind. Wasn’t the game done and ready to go before it was put up for funding?

    I feel for those who backed this. I really do. This is a horrible situation and a stain on the entire industry when things like this happen.

    That said, I really really DO hope that I’m entirely wrong and you all get your game. Eric did post in the kickstarter comments yesterday.

    posted in The War in Vietnam
  • RE: Alternative WW2 Pieces by I Will Never Grow Up

    Added - UK/Canadian River Class Frigate

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  • INVENTORY LIQUIDATION!! 15% OFF!

    All Historical Board Gaming Miniatures and HBG Acrylics on Clearance! Instant 15% off at Check-Out. At CombatMiniatures.org. While Supplies Last

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  • Interest in replacement and/or custom roundels supply?

    Hey! We’re looking at the possibility of adding replacement roundels and/or custom roundels to our lineup and I was wondering what kind of roundels anyone would be interested in and what price point would be acceptable (either individually or in sheets of 15).

    We’re looking at 19mm round, 2mm thick punchboard, just like you get in the game so it would match your OOB setup well.

    Drop your ideas here and we’ll see what we can do if the demand actually exists!

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  • RE: Looking for A&A Europe and Pacific 1940 (2nd Ed.)

    BoardGameBliss.com has one of each currently in stock and will ship overseas, but they are in Canada so expect shipping to be high (plus VAT once it gets there).

    As for re-prints, I would hope that it’s likely as the latest ‘flagship’ game, but with the way things are right now, there’s no knowing for sure.

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  • Variable (Axis) vs son (Allies) - tutor game

    Test a game

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  • RE: Alternative WW2 Pieces by I Will Never Grow Up

    Added the absolutely ludicrous and utterly charming BOB SEMPLE Tank in UK tan.

    The Bob Semple tank was a tank designed by New Zealand Minister of Works Bob Semple during World War II. Originating out of the need to build military hardware from available materials, the tank was built from corrugated iron on a tractor base. Designed and built during a period of uncertainty in which New Zealand feared having to defend itself from Japanese invasion without external assistance, these tanks were a civilian effort to design and create a means to protect New Zealand.

    Designed and built without formal plans or blueprints, it had numerous design flaws and practical difficulties, and was never put into mass production or used in combat.

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  • RE: Alternative WW2 Pieces by I Will Never Grow Up

    PSA:

    Our supplier of filaments has discontinued the particular brand we use for our UK Tan and Battalion Markers.

    We are sourcing new filament to get a color match as best as possible, though there will ultimately be a color variation moving forward (once our current stock is depleted).

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