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For all you miniature airplane wargaming enthusiasts out there that are interested in historic, futuristic, or modern air simulations, we aim to provide you with the resources you need to improve your game experience.

Look for our reviews of miniature airplane wargames, miniature airplanes, accessories, pictures of painted miniatures, reviews of miniature sculpts and product lines, modelling and painting tutorials, as well as many other items dealing with miniature airplane wargaming.

Updates:

10-16-2006: Jim Callahan was kind enough to do an interview with us that is now posted in the interviews section. Jim is the designer of the Aces at Dawn game by Majestic Twelve Games.

10-15-2006: The YAK-9D Review for the Noble Air200 line has been added. Also, I reworked several of my hesmat reviews and added some new ones on the Hexmats for airplanes page.

10-14-2006: Hex mats section rebuilt! I finally had the time to rebuild the section for wargamming hexmats, in which I review the hexmata that can be used for wargaming with miniature airplanes. I have reviewed the AireMat by Aerie games and the HotzMatz by Eric Hotz. Both are excellent!

10-13-2006: FINALLY! Fight in the Skies / Dawn Patrol by Mike Carr. I was finally able to rework my review of Fight in the Skies / Dawn Patrol and get it up on the new website. This was one of my first airplane game, and one of my favorites. I think that I have owned 4 different copies of this game over the years! This gem is still being played at Gen Con.



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WarbirdsinMiniature.com Warbirds in Miniature First Edition
Get your copy of the Warbirds in Miniature rules at WarbirdsinMiniature.com Don't miss this game, it is sure to become a fast favorite.
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The folks at Warbirds in Miniature have created an awesome miniature aircraft flight stand to use in your wargames. Read our AireStand review.
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10-11-2006: The MIG-3 Review for the Noble Air200 line now has a raw metal picture added.

10-10-2006: The P-39Q from the Noble Miniatures Air200 line has been reviewed on the Noble Air200 Russian aircraft page. For those of you that will say 'but the P-39 is an American aircraft', I respond: yes, I know, but it was used quite a bit on the Eastern Front.
10-9-2006: MIG-3 from the Noble Miniatures Air200 line has been reviewed. See the review of this sculpt and take a look at the painted figure.

10-6-2006: IL-2 STURMOVIK from the Noble Miniatures Air200 line has been reviewed. See the review of this sculpt and take a look at the raw metal cast and painted figure.

10-5-2006: FW-190 from the Noble Miniatures Air200 line has been reviewed on the Noble Air200 Luftwaffe page. Also, I have started posting the Russian Air200 figs from Noble Miniatures. The first aircraft up is the LA-5.

10-2-2006: Interview with Allan Wright posted in the interviews section: Allan Wright interview. Read how Blue Max Miniatures Rules were developed, and learn all abour Allan's past present and future works.

9-27-2006: Server Upgrade! - Switching to a new server. With the help of Grodnik from Warbirdsinminiature.com, I am no longer authoring in HTML, I get to use the power of PHP now. Look out world!

9-25-2006: Had some new colored photgraphs of the Noble200 Luftwaffe aircraft sent to me by Warbirdsinminiature (I can't wait untill they get their online store aircraft ready, they have a nice idea to show schematics, raw mini, and painted mini on the product pages. They sent me a preview of the images that they will be putting up when their deal with the manufacturers goes through), added those into the Noble Air200 review.

9-24-2006: Phil Hall, the creator of the Blue Max game by GDW ws kind enough to do an interview with us, it has been posted in the interviews section: Phil Hall interview.

Miniature Airplane Wargaming Resources :

Interview with Allan Wright
Developer of Blue Max Miniature Rules by GDW

GDW
We had the opportunity to interview Alan Wright, co designer and developer of Blue Max Miniature Rules by GDW. Allan describes how he got involved in wargaming and how the Blue Max Miniatures Rules project developed. He also took the time to discuss some of his other projects, and provides a couple links to some great pics of people playing Blue Max.

Interview with Phil Hall
Designer of Blue Max by GDW

GDW
Our first interview on miniature-airplanes.com. It has always been a desire here at MNA (Miniature-airplanes.com) to interview the designers of rules, the sculptors of miniatures, and the developers of miniature aircraft gaming accessories. In September, thanks to the patient efforts of Phil Hall, we finally got our opportunity. This month, we interview the designer of the game Blue Max (1983 GDW), Phil Hall. Phil Hall discusses his gaming hobby as well as how he got into game design, and what he is doing now.

Interview with Jim Callahan
Designer of Aces at Dawn by Majestic Twelve Games

Our first interview on miniature-airplanes.com. It has always been a desire here at MNA (Miniature-airplanes.com) to interview the designers of rules, the sculptors of miniatures, and the developers of miniature aircraft gaming accessories. In September, thanks to the patient efforts of Phil Hall, we finally got our opportunity. This month, we interview the designer of the game Blue Max (1983 GDW), Phil Hall. Phil Hall discusses his gaming hobby as well as how he got into game design, and what he is doing now.

Dawn Patrol by Mike Carr

Dawn Patrol
The classic TSR game Dawn Patrol by Mike Carr. Dawn Patrol, originally titled Fight in the Skies, was conceived in the mind of a 15 year old Mike Carr after watching the classic movie starring George Pappard: Blue Max. While the game is not designed for miniatures play, originally, it was played using 1/72 model aircraft. Since it is easily modified into a miniatures game, we shall include it in the scope of our game reviews.

Noble Air200

Noble Miniatures
In this review we examine the sculpts and miniatures offered from Noble miniatures Air200 line. Noble, (located in Madison, Wisconsin, USA) has a lot to offer the miniature-airplane gamer. They have a large line of World War 1 and 2 aircraft of varying scales. Their online store is a phone-order system, but hopefully they will get that moved into the 20th centurey sometime soon. The figs we examine are from their 1:200 scale world war 2 line. These figs are also available at the online store over at Warbirdsinminiature.com.

Warbirds in Miniature by Aerie Games

Aerie Games
This review examines the Warbirds in Miniature game, along with the AireMats, AireStands, and Minaiture Airplanes offered at www.warbirdsinminiature.com. They have an online store with AireStands (the new love of my life), AireMats (absolutely beautiful), a rules and resource forum, and they have just launched a beta-test version of an online aircraft generator that will allow you to create your own personal aircraft.

Canvas Eagles : War in the Skies by Eric Hotz

Canvas Eagles
This review looks at a derivative of the Blue Max game compiled by Eric Hotz: Canvas Eagles. Canvas Eagels is a freely available world war I airplane miniatures game that expands and improves upon the basics of the Blue Max system.

Blue Max by GDW

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Let's look at a classic game from 1983: Blue Max Dogfights over France, as well as its next iteration Blue Max Miniatures Rules (1995 Allan Wright). Blue Max has got to be one of the BEST aircraft games of all time. When it came out, it had a couple of really neat innovations that are still talked about and used in games today.

Next Month - Scotia : The Battle of Britain

Next month I will be reviewing the miniature airplanes of the 1:300 scale that Scotia puts out. As a change, I will try and cover the majority of aircraft used in the Battle of Briatain. So far, these are what I have on my list: ME-109E, ME-110, JU-88, DO-17, JU-87 Stuka, HE-111, Spitfire, Hurricane, Defiant, Beaufighter, Blenheim. I might be able to squeeze in a couple of more, but that is quite a list.

I ordered about $110 worth of miniatures from Scotia a couple of years ago, and am making a concerted effort to put togehter a Battle of Britain campaign this next spring. This will help me keep on track.

Got an Article or Tip for fellow gamers?

One thing I love about this hobby is sharing information with others. Whether it be simple tips on how to glue a strut onto a 1/300 sopwith camel bi-plane to setting decals on an F-16, I hope that we can share that knowledge with each other. I have a load of tutorials and articles that I have written, and I hope to even get some movies made of some of them to share. If you have anything that you would like to share, please contact me : JohannStahleryahoo.com.

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