Wargaming can be a very expensive hobby, but it needn't be. Iain Dickie, one of the best-known names in the hobby shares dozens of hints and tips on how to cut the cost of your gaming and get 'more bang for your buck'. He offers sound practical advice on buying and building your armies (should you opt for metal, plastic, or even card, and in which scale?), gaming tables, terrain, buildings and even storage solutions. As well as purely financial constraints, Iain Dickie also recognizes the fact that available space is another major restriction for many gamers and tackles this issue too. Now you've got no excuse not to get wargaming!
"...should find a place on the shelves of every gamer...176 pages of concrete advice on making wargames, tables, figures, outdoor terrain, buildings, ships and airplanes."Miniature Wargaming.com, 08/2010"Iain Dickie, one of the best known names in the hobby, shares dozens of tips on how to cut the cost of gaming and get more bang for the buck."Model Retailer, January 2011"... a great guide for someone who is thinking to start out with wargaming and isn't sure whether they would be able to do it because of money or space... seems to answer every question I could think of about what to do. ... also a great reference to use later, when you want to mold figures, run campaigns, or make buildings"IPMS, 01/06/2011Wargaming on a Budget: Gaming Constrained by Money or SpaceIain Dickie 6 x 9.5, 176 pages, 15 b/w line drawings, 16 pages color photos, 9781848841154, $29.95, paperback, Pen and Sword distributed by Casemate in the US ",,,well written and contains a lot of useful information for both new or experienced gamers. From cover to cover you are given hints on how to save money and do your own Do It Yourself Wargaming Projects ..Profit from his experiences and you can save some money and space, while gaming for less and enjoy the hobby more."Mataka.org