Wargaming essentially playing with toy soldiers. Miniature wargaming is really a combination of two different hobbies. On the one hand, it is a tactical game, where one player will attempt to outwit their opponent through superior strategy.
On the other hand, it is a creative hobby; wargamers will often spend far, far longer painting their units rather than play games with them. For more information about flames of war visit https://tistaminis.com/collections/flames-of-war.
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A major attraction of this type of game is a great degree of freedom found in miniature wargames when compared to traditional board games or computer games.
There are many different sets of rules for miniature wargaming. There are rules for all periods starting from the beginning of civilization until now, as well as for science fiction and fantasy settings.
The three rules that are the most popular today are Warhammer 40K (the game of science fiction produced by Games Workshop), Warhammer Fantasy Battle (fantasy game produced by Games Workshop) and Flame of War (the game's history of World War II produced by a battlefield).
Miniature wargames are usually turn-based like chess, each player taking turns to move and attack with their units. Different models (soldiers) will have different capabilities depending on the units they represent.