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Made in it
Fresh-Faced New User




Hi,
do you already know 1-48TACTIC?
if not check this out because I think you could be very interested! ;D

It’s a new tabletop miniature game, recently published following a very successful campaign of Kickstarter, which focus on small, fast-paced infantry action in WW2, basically it’s the “Band of Brothers” miniature game!
It is unique in many ways, first of all the gameplay, which is designed to allow challenging and rewarding games already with as few as 4 miniatures per players, producing an half an hour to one hour long matches making it ideal for people who don’t always have the time to play and are not prepared to face the commitments required by larger scale games.

We are running another small campaign now on Kickstarter, it only last a week and it's being very successful (over 300% funded in the first day, over 600% now with 3 days to go) check it out now:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1-48tactic/1-48tactic-cards-only



Cheers,

Claudio Berni

BAUEDA WARGAMES
http://1-48tactic.com
here on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/baueda
   
Made in gb
Black Captain of Carn Dûm




Somerset uk

Saw the American starter set online. Am very tempted to try this one out. Looks very cool.
   
 
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