Added by Brian Blad on June 14, 2013 at 7:16am —
Black Friday Promotion! Shipping and handling is included in our pricing, so there are no hidden charges.
This Thursday and Friday only, you can save on all products currently in stock from Bounding Fire Productions.
Almost everything is priced at 20% off the normal price. High Ground 2 is the lone exception, and it is available again at its preorder price. Check out the savings, and start ordering now!…
Added by Brian Blad on November 24, 2010 at 1:22pm —
Our newest release, High Ground 2, is now available for preorder at http://boundingfire.com/
Retail price is $55, but the preorder price is $45
We plan to release this at ASLOK, and those attending will be able to purchase at the preorder price.…
Added by Brian Blad on August 16, 2010 at 6:21am —
Below is rough list of scenario actions. May have missed something, but also noted use of new or other boards of interest.
Harbin, Manchuria 4 Feb 32 Japanese attacking Chinese (BFP B)
Shanghai, China 5 Feb 32 Japanese attacking Chinese (DW-1)
Wanping, China 9 Jul 37 Chinese attacking Japanese
Shanghai, China 22 Aug 3 Chinese attacking Japanese (DW-1 and BFP G)
Near Liuhe, China 25 Aug 37 Japanese attacking Chinese
Shanghai, China 29 Oct 37 Japanese attacking… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on December 11, 2009 at 2:05pm —
Rick went through and used Google maps to show where the scenarios that are included in BFP 3 Blood and Jungle take place.
There are only 41 since a number of the scenarios take place in the same location.
Added by Brian Blad on December 2, 2009 at 8:42am —
Bounding Fire Productions is proud to announce that BFP3: Blood and Jungle is now available for pre-orders. Head to our website, www.boundingfire.com
BFP3: Blood and Jungle is our first Battlepack based in the Pacific Theater of Operations. The unprecedented size of this product makes it unique in our industry, and follows in our tradition of high quality, exciting scenarios.
General content includes:
47 scenarios. They… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on November 27, 2009 at 7:25am —
On my drive into the office this morning I got to thinking about how much I hear these various phrases in conversation:
To be honest
To tell you the truth
and I started wondering if we've declined so much as a society that we now have to advise people when we are making a factual or truthful statement. Have we become so good at lying to one another that it is the rule rather than the exception?
Is it so easy to speak in flasehoods and… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on September 23, 2009 at 10:00am —
I stumbled on this game by accident. It is free to play. Is supported through a variety of online discussion forums. If you like geo politics, the idea of running for office (perhaps even President), being in the military (without actual harm), or have a desire to own and operate a newspaper and potentially a business. Check this out. It is really free. Takes a little bit of work to get into the game, but once in, it's pretty amazing.
Added by Brian Blad on July 20, 2009 at 4:40pm —
Ever since I got into wargaming as a pre-teenager I had the desire to be a designer of some great wargame or to own a great wargame company. Something that would let me leave my mark for the future.
I've had the chance over the years to add my by-line to a few designs, playtests, and the like ad have greatly appreciated the opportunity to do each one. But I was still not completely fulfilled. I was still not an owner of a great wargame company.
Sure I'd had discussions… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on June 8, 2009 at 11:48am —
Hopefully not a dead horse. I'm curious as to how or even if the economy is affecting your game buying. So far my wife and I have not been affected (so far, knock on my wooden head) and so I've been able to keep up with the games I'm interested in and some of the newer ones that have caught my eye. So business as usual for us.
How about for you? Any major changes to your buying habits? Are you being more selective or is it status quo?
If you're one of the 7% currently out… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on March 2, 2009 at 1:32pm —
Our newest products are now up for preorder on our website http://boundingfire.com/
BFP 2: Operation Cobra $44
Beyond the Beachhead 2 $50
PREORDER BOTH OF THESE PRODUCTS FOR ONLY $75!
Operation Cobra is our second magazine and focuses on the American offensive in July 1944. Contents are as follows:
-Chapter H and rules pages
-magazine with… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on February 12, 2009 at 9:00am —
John has everything rolling, registration site is up, so it's my turn. What do you need from us for this year's expo to be a success for you?
Help us help you to have the best gaming experience ever. Any requests that Tori and I can't directly assist with, we'll pass on to John and Stef.
Looking forward to seeing all of you in May!
whaddya gonna play??
Added by Brian Blad on January 23, 2009 at 11:18am —
Is it just me or does there seem to be a lot more errata being found in new releases lately? I wonder if we (as gamers) are expecting too rigorous a publication schedule from our favorite publishers. Is our impatience the cause of the errata because games are being "rushed" into print? Is it because there is a lack of playtesters or blind playtesters to ensure that items are being caught before they are being printed?
What say you?
Added by Brian Blad on December 18, 2008 at 11:58am —
I wonder if the people making decisions around the world in the business community actually have any common sense.
If you think through the situation that we are in, logically, it would make more sense for businesses to expand their operations, increase their hiring and production, and spend money in an economic environment such as we find ourselves in.
Why? Every job that is lost is another income being taken out of the marketplace. Instead of having discretionary income… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on December 17, 2008 at 11:35am —
I was sitting at home yesterday with the plague, thinking about all the games I own that I will most likely will never get to play. Not for lack of desire, butfor lack of opponents. Sad times when you can't slow down long enough to play an amazing wargame!
Added by Brian Blad on December 17, 2008 at 11:02am —
Your friend and mine, the crazy Briton that we love to host for Consimworld Expo, has been busy working on a new movie...Read all it about it below:
Added by Brian Blad on December 15, 2008 at 4:44pm —
What exactly constitutes a friend? Everyone calls the people that they know "friends" but is that really the case? How do you differentiate a friend from an acquaintance? This is how I do it. Probably not correct, nothing new in that now is there?, but here we go:
A friend is someone who does not wait for you to call them, they call you.
Someone who just drops by, unexpectedly, to say hello and see how you're doing.
A friend is someone who no… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on June 16, 2008 at 10:01am —
WOW..Hard to believe that another Expo has come and gone already. Had a fantastic time getting to see so many of you again, and of course missing those of you who were not able to make it.
I had a great time being able to whine..errr I mean play ASL this year, I've told John Kranz that next year he is not allowed to work, he only gets to play!
Not really a lot to say, if you missed it, you missed a fantastic time. If you were there, thank you so very much for coming out… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on June 5, 2008 at 12:00pm —
Please keep in mind that I'm officially lower-middle class (that's not low class for you jokesters out there) and work for a living.
With that said I'm looking for:
The Gamers This Hallowed Ground (unpunched non-smoking environment preferred)
SPI War of the Rings Flat Tray (punched is okay as long as it is great condition and guaranteed complete)
If you have these animals and you're willing to part with them, send me a note and we'll… Continue
Added by Brian Blad on March 11, 2008 at 5:33pm —
Wondering if there is a Wargame Museum out there somewhere?
I keep picking up games at the local thrift and used bookstores to keep them from being consigned to the trash.
Added by Brian Blad on March 5, 2008 at 11:33am —