Next to The Sword and The Flame, Warhammer has to be the most modified set of miniature wargaming rules out there. As further proof, I offer: Warhammer Star Trek, a Yahoo groups project designed to use the Warhammer rules in the Star Trek Universe.
If you play Full Thrust, you know that checking systems for damage can consume a good deal of game time. Seeking to solve this problem, James F Clay has come up with the idea of “Threshold Cards.” It looks like a good solution, and is certainly one that I’m going to try the next time we play Full Thrust.
Spaceball is a set of miniature rules for playng a science fiction sports game. Written by the indefatigable Jim Wallman, it looks like it could be fun.
Corvus Belli is offering a free set of quick start rules for their Infinity science fiction miniatures game. There also are some markers and force lists.
Peter Guenther offers BrickMech, a
d6-based game where Mechs built of LEGO� bricks vie for ultimate control of the battlefield. Constructed in a unique modular system, Mechs can scavenge parts blown off other Mechs to improve their stats. The game is designed to be a rich gaming experience that’s simple to play.