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Give tactical combat a whole new dimension with Platform Command: Operation Nightwatch. This industrial, sci-fi complex is perfect for anything from sprawling undercities to alien-infested factories. Flexibility is what this incredible model set is all about. PCON fits in both modern urban settings and Sci-fi wastelands. A Wargamer's delight and a RPG’rs playground! Build it high and let the battle begin!
And as always, fully-photographed, easy to follow instructions!
Semi-retirement WorldWorksGames Style
The Vault is a special archive of our "Print, Build, Play!" products, circa 2002 upward, which utliize systems and standards developed prior to the introduction of TerrainlinX and other systems 2009 onward. Perfectly useable in their original format and an open archive of our continued terrain evolution.
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Robert Luhrman said:
World Works games entry into the Wargaming Genre is most welcome. Even though the Platform Command:Operation Nightwatch lists a as a wargame set, don't believe it. It can be used for both Wargames as well as modern or future (SCI-FI) roleplaying games.
Matt Lyon (Set Designer) has done another exceptional job in creating great catwalks and piping landscape with sludge filled canals.
This set stands on its own as well as being incorporated with other sets. I plan on using this set along with the Urban Mayhem sets (Streets of Mayhem, Mayhem Armory and Bits of Mayhem) and Mars Station to create a futuristic city with old world charm.
Mixed with Foam Board (also known as Foam Core) this set can hold a lot of metal.
I highly recommend this set as stand alone, but recommend it with extreme prejudice when used with other sets.
Review Posted: May 25, 2006