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Fallout Wasteland Warfare

Started by Irisado, May 04, 2019, 09:31:32 AM

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I've stumbled across a cross between a role-playing and war game in the form of Fallout Wasteland Warfare.  It has been around for a couple of years now, so I'm somewhat behind the times, but I am definitely going to get into this.  While the starting set models are not particularly impressive in terms of the material used to make them watching game play on You Tube, combined with the fact that this game can be played solo, as well as others, makes it very attractive to me.

There are already a significant number of boxed sets of figures from all the factions and a variety of different terrain features available.  According to the developers' blog there is plenty more to come as well, including an expansion of the role-playing element.  This, combined with the fact that they're working on adding more free online scenarios, all looks very promising to me.

I've already purchased the starter set and the additional settlement cards and I have become very immersed in reading everything.  The rules are probably a little overly complicated, but they have really captured the atmosphere of the computer game and the attention to detail is very impressive in particular.

Are there any Fallout players around here who are interested in this?
Soñando con una playa donde brilla el sol, un arco iris ilumina el cielo, y el mar espejea iridescentemente


I've seen a Fallout wargame online as well. By any chance do you have website links?

I wasn't aware there was a version that could be played solo.

I'm definitely interested to hear more about this :3


I have links a plenty.  Here's the one to the website:  This will give you a good overview of what is available.  You can also order the rules for free if you're interested to read them in more detail, however, watching the let's plays on You Tube is just as informative.

Speaking of let's plays: (this is the first one from when the game was first being put together and there are multiple parts which follow it). (solo mission against the AI). (co-op mission against the AI).

The last one is, in my opinion, particularly good and it's well worth watching the entire game.

Soñando con una playa donde brilla el sol, un arco iris ilumina el cielo, y el mar espejea iridescentemente