The latest release from Hawk Wargames is the new Ruinscape Battlefield in a box. This mirrors the Cityscape boxset in that you get 20 buildings, and tiles to fill a full 6'x4' tabletop. What this does is give your urban battlefield a more ruined appearance. While I have not yet seen this release in person yet, I can tell you from the Cityscape boxset, that each building is unique and different, so there are not multiples of the same exact buildings in these sets. The best part, your 6x4 urban tabletop will only cost you $45 USD or £30.00.
Now you have a choice of either the Cityscape or Ruinscape boxset for your Dropzone Battles. Ruinscape is now up for Pre-Orders and will be released on November 30th.
Of course here is the link you need to check them out yourself.
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This product is now available for PRE-ORDER: All products currently on pre-order will start shipping for delivery coinciding with the in-store release date of November 30th 2013. Orders containing pre-ordered products will be held until the ship date. If you'd like to order regular and pre-ordered products and would like the regular products to be shipped ahead of the pre-ordered ones, please place two separate orders.
A customisable 6' x 4' Ruined Battlefield in a box
20 x Card buildings (pre-cut, pre-folded, 20 designs, 615 micron)
24 x Card ground tiles, double sided (1'x1', 24 face designs, 380 micron)
Build a Complete Ruined Looking Urban Battlefield!
- All the scenery you need for large games of DZC (6' x 4' table)
- Can be built to 4' x 4' size, suitable for most standard DZC games
- Double sided 1' x 1' ground tiles provide customisable surface
- 24 Ground tile face designs allow for thousands of combinations!
- 20 Different card buildings in 5 sizes - vibrant, coated finish
- Pre-prepared buildings allow for fast assembly - no cutting required
- Multiple sets can be combined easily to create massive game boards!
- Compatible with highly detailed resin parts and free to download self-print scenery (available here)
- Flat, rigid base surface recommended (e.g. tabletop, foamcore, MDF or plywood)
- You can glue or tape ground tiles down once you have determined your optimum layout for maximum solidity.