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FYI..
New (old) game out by Ironclad Games, the owners of Miniature Market. The game was originally a KS, but the company failed prior to completing. MM bought out all the stock and molds, and are producing the game again.

This is based of the original HG Wells novel 'War of the Worlds'. This time, the original invasion was done by a singular 'clan' from Mars, now it's a full scale attempt. The Martians land all over the world, focusing on areas away from man in order to build bases before they attack. The main assault is in the American west in 1909. Units for the US are infantry, armored infantry, and a large variety of steam powered tanks based off the old MK V British tanks of WW1. The Martians get a variety of tripods, including scout, assault, harvesters, and drones, mini-walkers.

The starter box is a very nice value, with 3 assault tripods, 6 steam tanks, 6 stands of infantry, 3 MG's, and 3 Rough Rider motorcycle squads.

http://quietmartianfront.com/

One item I found quite funny, is that while the game is 15mm, the larger MK IV tanks are as large as a Bolt Action 28mm tank! The US also get a land Ironclad, about 18in long, pricing in at $175.00. But only for large games...Smile
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I bought a Starter Set as well about a month or so ago.  They were very quick to ship.


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