Eat Hitler!: A Review
Last night saw our first game of Eat Hilter!. Well, two actually. But I forgot to take many pictures of the second game as we were having too much fun by then!
Eat Hitler is a simple wargame from Pulp Action Library. At only eleven pages in length, you'd be forgiven for thinking it's a little light on content. And compared to the detailed reactions of dinosaurs in Saurian Safari, you may think it's got little to offer beyond the wonderful novelty of the subject matter. After all, who wouldn't want to play a game where the Nazi elite are the main course for a bunch of hungry carnosaurs!
But with two game sunder our belt, I can say with some authority that Eat Hitler! has a great deal of tactical value far beyond the written page of the rules.
Play order is determined by an activation deck containing a card for each player and a Joker. When the latter is drawn from th deck the turn ends.
First up, the first Waffen-SS Guard to fall prey to my Utahraptors.
Base boards from Hexon Terrain, flocked by myself with Woodland Scenics. Dinosaurs from The Honurable Lead Boiler Suit Company, Tamiya and Airfix. Nazis converted from Artizan Designs' Thrilling Tales and Late WWII ranges. trees from Woodland Scenics. Vegetation from an aquatic supplier in Hong Kong. Cards designed by myself. Eat Hitler! by Pulp action Library.