Roadwar Véhicules des Combattants de l’Autoroute

Roadwar Véhicules des Combattants de l’Autoroute

The movie Mad Max (Mel Gibson, 1979) inspired a number of different wargames designed for futuristic véhicule combat. Car Wars by Chad Irby et Steve Jackson, the classic roadwar simulation, was published en 1981 in the same year Mad Max 2 – The Road Warrior appeared at movie theaters. Popular table-top simulations like Dark Future (1988) by Games Workshop, Wreckage by Fantasy Flight Games, et Krash (1999) by Cell Entertainment followed. All of these games have in common that they can be played avec commercially available Matchbox voitures et camions, et a variety of compatible miniature figurines. A ficticious wargame period has the added benefit that véhicules may be converted in any way desired by the modéliste, without strict reference to historic counterparts. Much of the fun of roadwarrior modelling involves finding suitable véhicules at flea markets et toy stores, et customizing them in ways which were not invisioned by automobile manufacturers.

Maquettes disponibles

  • Enforcer, Mattel HotWheels 2002 No.169
  • Batmobile, Mattel HotWheels 2004 No.31
  • Batmobile, Mattel HotWheels B3540
  • Deora, Mattel HotWheels B3549
  • Power Sander, Mattel HotWheels C2759
  • KRASH Starter, Cell Entertainment 3-1008
    • Véhicule Expansion, Cell Entertainment 3-1001
    • Equipment Expansion, Cell Entertainment 3-1002
  • KRASH Monster Truck, Cell Entertainment 3-1005
    • Véhicule Expansion und Regeln, Cell Entertainment 3-1006
    • Equipment Expansion, Cell Entertainment 3-1007
  • KRASH Expert, Cell Entertainment 3-1090
    • Aéroglisseur, Cell Entertainment 3-1009
    • Equipment Expansion 3-1010
  • Roadwarrior Conversions

Loading the véhicule avec external stowage is an endlessly creative task. Unlike military véhicule models which tend to be relatively uniform in appearance, le conducteur du roadwarrior véhicule will take along whatever he considers essential equipment. Model railway shops offer deckchairs, parasols, bicycles, hunting trophies, et many other HO scale items which the roadwarrier might have scrounged et liberated au course de ses aventures.

Questions Fréquents

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter les éditeurs de la revue Military Miniatures Magazine au Miniatures Forum.

Figurines des Conflits Modernes