‘A Fistful of TOWs’ (FFoT) is a set of rules for modern miniatures wargaming. It is designed around 6mm (micro armor) scale miniatures with each miniature (or. As I continue to “down scale” I am venturing into 6mm. I remembered trying A Fistful of Tows maybe 10 years ago – a demo ruleset with a strong. A Fistful of TOWs 3 – Free Preview – A free, more comprehensive sample of all the crunchy goodness packed into A Fistful of TOWs 3’s pages.
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Really makes me want to try the rules out. Thanks for taking the time to review FFT3. Glad to be of help.
A Fistful of TOWs
Remember the free demo rules I linked have all the essentials to try out the game, so you can check it out before “taking the plunge”. Thanks for the review. I’ve always wondered about these rules.
BTW Laughed at that Stug caption! With some hindsight and time, would you know how it compares to Spearhead which seems to have a bit aging mecanism?
If Spearhead is the one I’m thinking of Art Conliffe? Thank you for the review.
I’m new to miniature wargames, I only build scale models, but only for display. The issue would be a realistic scale so tank gun ranges don’t seem ridiculously short.
Thanks for the review – I have been put off by the price, but your explanation of what you get fisr changed my mind!
As I continue to “down scale” I fulll venturing into 6mm. I remembered trying A Fistful of Tows maybe 10 years ago – a demo ruleset with a strong design philosophy with a commitment to balancing playability with realism, and allowing fast turns with lots of units.
Troop quality was important.
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Apparently there was a new version, so fjst came the credit card FFT3 is a mammoth tome. Choosing the spiral-bound version was a good choice. Infantry tend to dominate in built up areas and can be deadly in close quarters against unsupported vehicles. Combat Engineering rules are an interesting inclusion.
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