Using hexes on a small playing area

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Using hexes on a small playing area

Post by Norm » Mon Apr 28, 2014 6:01 pm

I have been doing a bit of a project to get a figure game onto a pinboard sized playing area. Originally this was to be an open board with commercial rules amended to 'scale down' to the smaller playing area. However, over the course of four monthly posts, the project morphed into a small hexed gaming area.

This link is to the final part of the project as outlined on my blog, the blog also includes links to the three earlier posts.

Out of this project, I want to pursue several periods being used with the smaller board, together with some purpose made rulesets.

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Re: Using hexes on a small playing area

Post by Paul K » Mon Apr 28, 2014 6:52 pm

Hi Norm,
Really liked your blog - there is some really creative modelling and painting on show - I was very impressed by the swamp single hex piece. Be-spoke terrain pieces can really add that little extra jazz to any game table.
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Re: Using hexes on a small playing area

Post by Gabz » Thu May 01, 2014 4:18 am

great blog. some very good tips for terrain etc. ;)

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