Paul Fields (johnny_raiden@hotmail.com)
Tue, 16 Nov 1999 18:12:52 EST


There were lead minatures for Gundam
some time ago... I don't remeber when
or where, but a friend of mine has a
green Zaku II from the series. There
were also Lead Five Star Stories fig.
Right now I use the 3 inch Gashaphon
figures and a 50mm hex map. That does
the trick, and at about 3-5$ a piece
I can live with it, and they are in
the right colors already...

Paul

>From: "Richard Holman" <homer@mcn.net>
>Reply-To: gundam@aeug.org
>To: <gundam@aeug.org>
>Subject: [gundam] Why no games????
>Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 15:58:13 -0700
>
>Greetings,
> I have an odd question. I know that Gundam has ahd a computer game
>list as long as the phone book, and there has been an RPG, nad a card game,
>but my question is WHY are there no miniature wargames for Gundam.
>
>I have seen ads for but have never been able to score copies of the
>Dougram wargames which if I understand it actually include terrain as well
>as minis of the mecha. I would love to find these, but I digress. There has
>been rumors about a Dragonar Game as well. So why has Gundam failed to get
>a miniatures wargame?? It seems perfect, you could sell tons of MS minis to
>both gamers and to modelers, and they would be small enogh that even big
>mechs like the "O" can be somewhat economical.
>
>Even Starblazers had a wargame in Japan, and now in the US (Yamato for true
>fans!) But Gundam seems to be immune to theidea, and that doesn't seem
>right, or am I just a dreamer who is the only one who would buy it?? I
>would think non-gamers would still like the figures, I know guys who have
>HUGE fleets of Yamato minis but have never played a wargame, like I said a
>goldmine.
>
>Any ideas??
>
>Just curious,
>Richard

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