Science Fiction Tabletop Wargames

Beyond the Gates of Antares by Warlord Games

Beyond the Gates of Antares

Beyond the Gates of Antares invites us to a time when mankind has evolved into new and diverse species: the strangely powerful NuHumans, masters of the Panhuman Concord; the ape-like Pansimians, the greatest warriors in the whole Galactic Spill; and feral Revers primitive Humans driven by a irrepressible lust for adventure and danger. It is a universe where technology and humanity intermix indistinguishably, where human knowledge and endeavour has long since been supplanted by integrated machine intelligence IMTel. Where humans go their technology goes also, protectors, workers, and fighting machines in the form of WarDrones armed with deadly weapons and shielded by energy fields a thousand times more resilient than steel.

Rating according to BoardGameGeek.com

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Infinity by Corvus Belli

Infinity

One hundred and seventy-five years into the future – Humanity has managed to survive despite itself, but for how much longer?

Infinity is a game with 28mm high metal miniatures that simulates combat and special operations in a science fiction environment with Manga aesthetics.

The Infinity game system is fast, spectacularly realistic and offers enormous tactical flexibility.

Rating according to BoardGameGeek.com

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Star Wars Legion by Fantasy Flight Games

Star Wars Legion

Warfare is an inescapable part of the Star Wars universe, from the blow dealt to the Rebel Alliance in the Battle of Hoth to a few Rebel strike teams taking on a legion of stormtroopers stationed on Endor. Seize your chance to get your boots on the ground and lead your troops to victory with Star Wars™: Legion, a miniatures game of thrilling infantry battles in the Star Wars universe!

Star Wars: Legion invites you to join the unsung battles of the Galactic Civil War as the commander of a unique army filled with troopers, powerful ground or repulsor vehicles, and iconic characters like Darth Vader or Luke Skywalker. While innovative mechanics simulate the fog of war and the chaos of battle, the unpainted, easily assembled miniatures give you a canvas to create the Star Wars army you’ve always wanted to lead into battle—whether you fight for the monolithic, oppressive Galactic Empire or the ragtag Rebel Alliance.

Rating according to BoardGameGeek.com

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Fallen Frontiers by Scale Games

Fallen Frontiers

Welcome to the Fallen Frontiers universe. Fallen Frontiers is a 35mm miniature game set in a futuristic society where humans have colonized much of the galaxy and have found powerful sources of energy and alien life forms with advanced technology.

In the universe of Fallen Frontiers different factions fight for the control of planets and their strategic resources so they are able to expand into a galaxy that still hides many secrets. Players will take control of these factions on the board by choosing troops, heroes and cards that they will adapt to their gaming style in order to win.

Rating according to BoardGameGeek.com

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

The Drowned Earth by Cmon

The Drowned Earth

The Drowned Earth is a skirmish scale tabletop miniatures game where brave heroes and villains risk the dangers of the wilds for glorious riches and ancient technology.

Set on the continent of Ulaya, The Drowned Earth is a tropical world, thick with jungle, swamp and tropical archipelago.

Once, The Drowned Earth was the home of a great, futuristic civilisation. Their cities spanned the globe, and they were beginning to conquer the solar system.

A terrible cataclysm ended that civilisation. For hundreds of years nature reclaimed the earth, prehistoric monsters ruled the wilds, while the survivors of the cataclysm known as “The Event” struggled to survive.

Now, a new Enlightenment has dawned. The fragile glimmer of civilisation has begun to shine, and the fight is on for who will control the knowledge being discovered in the ruins of the ancient world…

Rating according to BoardGameGeek.com

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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