Is Chrome Hammer: A Cyberpunk Skirmish Game fun to play?
Players: 2 – 2 players | Game Duration 30 – 90 mins | Min. Age 10+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Book Based, Miniatures, Science, War Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No
What is Chrome Hammer: A Cyberpunk Skirmish Game about?
Jason Smith’s Chrome Hammer is a set of simple cyberpunk skirmish rules letting you learn how to fight in a high tech future. Gunplay, creeping about, and homicidal security bots are all part of the action, regardless of whether you play the punks or the corporations.
Squad Hammer and its historical derivatives like Trench Hammer and Hammer of Democracy use the same game system.
New players will find this a simple game system with straight-forward combat. You can learn the basics in a matter of minutes.
A chain of linked scenarios can be played to play a quick campaign, and the rules feature eight detailed and varied scenarios from Virus Upload to Gridlock.
There is support for stealth jobs as well as customization of tough street rats or corporate mercenaries.
Any scale of miniatures can be used, provided they are based individually.
Corporates usually have 10-25 figures, while punks usually have about 5 figures. If you have scifi armies, you almost certainly have models in your collection.
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