Issue 20 Volume 2 / Summer 2022

Welcome both irregular fans and beloved readers, to our Summer edition of Irregular Magazine for 2022!

Once more we have another packed magazine filled with what you’ve told us your love. We have great book reviews that look at several different aspects of both World Wars, at cold war tanks, and at ninjas as well as wider war in Japan. We have a review of another book that looks at the extend of organised crime in the British Empire and a look at the Roman war for Britainna, and a comparison of how the British Celtic warrior and the Roman soldier compare to each other.

We also take a look at Fantastic Battles, a mass battle wargaming system that lends itself to multiple genres, as well as the starter set for the critically acclaimed Bushido game. But it is not just wargames, we also have a review of the new Death in Space RPG about playing out uncertain journeys out into the darkess of space!

Our much-put-upon editor shared with his latest updates against his own neverending painting pile, as well as providing us with an overview of the Warring States of China more than 2000 years ago as a potential gaming period. We also have a mini-biography of Two Gun Cohen, who was famous in the early 20th century and our editor also shares a tutorial about how he has made cheap hills for his wargames.

We look at the Battle of Britain the People’s Project, which is looking for contibutes of family stories about participation in the Battle of Britain.

We have a great set of reviews of minatures this month as well, as we look at the Necromunda Hive Scum from Games Workshop, 20mm Ch’in Dynasty Army fom Caeser Miniatures, Pendraken’s 10-12mm Fantasy minutures range and finally we look at th 28mm Conquistadors recently released by Wargames Atlantic.

We have review of the benefits of playing our wargams at smaller scales and finally we have a Blast from the Past when we look at the Chainmail Mass Battle Game rules by Gary Gygax and Jeff Perren, from the 1970s that came out of the same stable as D&D!

This is another great jam-packed issue!

So it’s time to get reading – go on, download a copy now!

Published: August 7th, 2022 at 13:39