The Miniatures Gallery
is vast covering all aspects of gaming from historical
to fantasy through science
fiction and alternative history.
You can find photographs and images of First
World War tanks, Napoleonic frigates
all at sea, Flintloque Orcs fighting
in towns, Citadel Limited Editions from
the 1980s, Warmaster scenery
including a Forgeworld castle, an Epic
40K Ork Kult of Speed at speed in the ruins of an Imperial
City and then some... There are also pages on scenery
and battlereports. You can also
check out our photographic and manipulation
so that you can photograph your own models. You can even watch movies...
We also now have an extended Warhammer 40K
section. You can now find out how some of the miniatures
you see are painted in the section entitled Jimbo's
In the dark future of the 41st Millennium, there
is only war. However, our pages for Epic
40,000 and Epic Armageddon brings futuristic combat to your
tabletop on a whole new scale as entire armies of thousands of
legions of the most powerful and gigantic weapons of war ever to
blast their opponents into oblivion in the nightmarish future
the Warhammer 40,000 universe! On this section of Felix's Gaming
Pages you can find lots of photographs
of Epic miniatures, a rules page
which contains ideas and comments on Epic 40K. An Ork
Conversions Page which has Gun Trukks, Trukks, Battlefortress
and a Grot Bomb Launcha and coming soon Supa Kannons and Dethcoptas....
You can also find a range of photographic battle
reports. There are pages for Space
Imperial Guard, Titan
Legions, Orks, Eldar,
Squats and Chaos.
pages cover the set of mass fantasy battle rules from Games Workshop.
Warmaster uses 10mm high figures. As well as a gallery
of 2 payday images, we have: Dwarfs:
containing information on new and wonderful war machines and siege
cannons, complete with photographs of work in progress. Orcs
and Goblins: with rules for Boar Chariot units, and Wolf Chariot
mounts for your Goblin hero. The
Undead: where are the zombies? The
Empire: the peasants are revolting... and introducing the Hibblesvanian
Swine! Now with pictures. Kislev:
it's cold up there... Bretonnia:
Warmaster and the M16!!! Animals:
elephants and swarms Scenery:
a little house here and little wood there, includes pictures. Regiments
of Renown: from Bugmans to Drong's Pirates. Dogs
of War: show me the money...
We have pages covering a variety of rules,
some from major companies, some that used to be published by Felix
Enterprises and some that we are still working on... We have gaming
information on the following published games: Epic
Epic 40K, Flintloque,
Space 1889 and Star
Trek Full Thrust. Rules currently under development and at
some time may be published on the web include: Krazy
Ivan and Tally Ho. We also have
a fantasy scenarios pack Cold Iron. We
use to publish the following rules (under the Felix Enterprises'
imprint), to get
more information click on the relevant link: Form
Line of Battle, Fox Two, Iron
& Fire and Action Stations.
In our articles section
we have numerous written pieces for numerous genres (historical
and fantasy) and gaming systems. Articles include: Otaire
de Vigneur The French invasion of England 1940; Difference
Engine Wargaming and the Analytical Engine; Sweep
and Clear A jungle scenario for Dirtside II; Grot
Bomb Launcha Grot Bomb Launcha for Epic 40000 and many others...
The books section, as
well as some reviews of our favourite books, contains details of
new and old books on subjects relevant to areas of the site. We
have recommendations on: Wargaming, Alternate
History, Harry Turtledove, Sharpe,
Star Trek, Star
Wars, Babylon 5, American
Civil War,World War Two, Fighter
Combat and Naval Warfare
The editorial section
contains details of updates and additions to the site.
The news and views section
contains details about gaming and gaming related events.
The links page has links
to some our favourite sites.
The Blog has
news views and opinions about everything on ans to do with this
In 1988, GDW published a role playing game called
Space: 1889. The brainchild of Frank Chadwick, the game takes place
in an alternate universe that more resembles the worlds of Jules
Verne and Edgar Rice Burroughs than it does our own. Thus, Mars
is a planet populated by ancient races who built a network of canals
in an attempt to save their civilization from the encroaching desert.
In the universe of Space: 1889, the Canal Martians live in the remnants
of their once proud cities while fighting off their barbarous cousins
who live in the steppes and high plateaus of the Red Planet. The
Moon is honeycombed with caverns where the insectile Selenites hide
their secrets. And Venus is a planet-wide swamp full of dinosaurs
and primitive amphibious natives. Check out our Space