Honestly, you'll get better results searching through Thingiverse for files that you can just print at the same scale as these files. Having done that myself, I can tell you that there are free models that look better and print better than these. The "pre-supported" files have some significant problem areas, and when I tried to support them myself I had a rough time trying to orient the models so that I could generate decent supports. This was a big deal for me, because I bought this bundle so I could make a project for a history class that I'm in, and I wasted a lot of time trying to get these models to work. The supports on the models were just placed lazily. Having bought STLs on other sites, I know what it looks like when a designer takes time to carefully pre-support something.
Also, the details on the models are sparse - as you might expect for a model that is meant to be printed really small - but these models are VERY sparse. With a resin printer "smal...
Using the "Levels" there a multitude of flags that can be easily created. I use them for my 25mm figures, camps and buildings. I have one eastern pirate ship and will be printing one for this.
Excellent value - highly recommended
Generally good with omeoddflaw, it gives advanced rules, but is unclear on basic rule which should have preeeded them, it doesn't seem to have any allowance for altitude- bizarre an aircraft game, but this is the basis of a good gme if they test it out with people can't tke things for grantedso all the rues are included
106 pages including 2 for ToC.
1/285 scale (6mm). 1/300 scale (5mm) should fit ok as well.
You need a d20 for cohesion rolls, a d8 for artillery and air strike deviation, and 2d6 for initiative and combat.
Quite a number of examples to help players understand the game.
Rules look pretty good.
Printing this will use a lot of ink (background). Couldn't seem to disable the background.
Printer friendly version?
Being free; it's well worth look.
On first looking at the detailed instructions, and number of pages, i was almost intimidated...no need, though, as this is a very 'builder friendly' model, if you just take your time and let sub-assemblies dry. I have now built all of thegates, and many other Tudor models in 20mm scale for a wargaming campaign using Peter Dennis' "Paperboys" paper soldiers. The models provide an amzing backdrop to the action. The Southgate is one of the best paper buildings I have ever seen.
An expansion for Aeronef.
Same simple format, the rules are simplicity itself, and most of the content is tweaks & setting tech variation.
If you like Aeroef, you'll want these, and for this price they're worth it.