Wargames Illustrated Issue 374 December Edition 2018
Wargames Illustrated WI374 December Edition is out in stores today and comes with a FREE ship sprue for the upcoming Cruel Seas game from Warlord Games - Order yours today! Observation Post Our review of the latest products we’ve seen...
Cruel Seas Rulebook
In Cruel Seas, you take on the role of a naval crew manning their fragile coastal craft as they head out day and night to take on both the sea and the enemy. Command your flotilla of small ships as...
British Motor Gun Boat 1939-45
Author: Angus Konstam Illustrator: Tony Bryan Publication Date: 10 Apr 2010 Number of Pages: 48 Motor Gun Boats were the "Spitfires of the Seas” of the Royal Navy. Bristling with small-calibre guns and machine guns, they served in a variety...
Kriegsmarine Coastal Forces
Author: Gordon Williamson Illustrator: Ian Palmer Publication Date: 10 Jan 2009 Number of Pages: 48 Although often overlooked in favour of the U-boats or battleships, the vast majority of the Kriegsmarine was formed of the smaller vessels of the coastal...
US Patrol Torpedo boats
Author: Gordon L. Rottman Illustrator: Peter Bull Publication Date: 10 Sep 2008 Number of Pages: 48 Motor torpedo boat development began in the early 1900s, and the vessels first saw service during World War I. However, it was not until...
Wargames Illustrated Issue 375 January 2019 Edition (With FREE PT Boat)
Wargames Illustrated WI375 January Edition is out in stores today and comes with a FREE Cruel Seas sprue for the upcoming Cruel Seas game from Warlord Games - Order yours today! Observation post A special look at what we ‘Spotted...
British Submarine vs Italian Torpedo Boat - Mediterrenean 1940-43
Author: David Greentree Illustrator: Ian Palmer, Peter Dennis Publication Date: 16 Jun 2016 As the war in North Africa escalated, Axis war efforts became increasingly dependent on supply lines across the Mediterranean. To try to cut off these lines of...
75th D-Day anniversary Campaign Pack - Cruel Seas PDF
Originally part of our D-Day 75th Anniversary Campaign, these Cruel Seas scenarios allow you to re-enact, or repel, the D-Day landings and battle across the channel for naval supremacy.
Run Silent, Run Deep (Cruel Seas) PDF
In Cruel Seas we intentionally wanted submarines to work as a normal surface vessel. After all, powerful diesel engines propel them as fast, if not faster, than many escort ships in a convoy when surfaced. The bonus for a submarine...