Greeks pour out into the city of troy. The spears for these miniatures where made with a hairbrush. GGA invites ingenuity and clever thinking.
GGA (Granny grating armies) now free (forever) on the Wicked Wargames website.
While developing the new wicked wargames business and our different properties, we have decided to offer one of our first rule sets “GGA” or “Granny grating armies” for free for the rest of time, on our Updates page.
One day GGA will get a re-vamp and we will work harder to make it a more current and well-produced set; as it stands, it is a charming and functional game with some slightly janky production values. We do not have a lot of time as we are a team of two, and although we would love to “finish one mess before we start another” we have decided to continue working on Cretacea (our dinosaur property) and our letter writing game “Kingdom and Command” and leave GGA to rest in the graveyard of development.
More examples of home-made miniatures using the "how to" in the book and people's own imaginations,. You can see how it suits all sorts of genres.
It is an extensive game, especially for those wishing to play out the wars of Troy or the battle of Thermopylae. It can be played with any 10mm miniatures, although the core book includes basic instructions for producing your own budget armies out of “granny grating”, the material of the book’s namesake. When a little effort is put in, the “make your own" armies can really hold their own.
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