Universal Soldier Extreme / Modern Day Heroes Rules

RAFM offers a set of free wargames rules for skirmishes: Universal Soldier Extreme / Modern Day Heroes

Universal Soldier Extreme is a set of rules for skirmish level miniature gaming using Rafm Miniatures. The focus of the main rules is on the modern era and optional rules are provided to suit any genre ranging from horror, to pulp fiction, to historical combat. The rules focus on the Modern Day Hero’s line as well as the Cthulthu mythos creatures. The inspiration for these figures comes from the traditional H.P. Lovecraft Horror genre as well as modern movies and cinema. These rules are a skirmish level set of rules. This means that each player would command between five and ten miniatures at a time. Although flexible enough to handle many more miniatures it is up to the players to decide how big a game they desire to play. We have found that a game of this level with two players can be finished in one and half to two hours playing time.

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Strange Aeons Eldrich Horror Skirmish Game

Set in the pulp 1920s, Strange Aeons is a skirmish game that sets bands of adventurers against Lovecraftian horrors. The game is commercial, but they have a free test version.

Cthulhu Skirmish

The Cthulhu Skirmish game from Warpspawn is designed to be played on a chessboard with miniatures. Each figure represents one man or monster. I also think that it would be easily adaptable to playing as a more traditional miniatures game.

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Necropolis Horror Skirmish Game

Necropolis is described as a:

Necropolis is a home-grown horror skirmish miniatures game that pits a small group of desperate heroes against a variety of horror enemies from zombies to vampires, werewolves, serial killers and anything else a fevered mind can come up with

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Brains: The Hunger

Pictors Studio offers a quick little Zombie game called Brains: The Hunger They also promise updates featuring soldiers, martians and "other neat stuff"

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