A set of wargaming rules for post-apocalyptic vehicle combat.
Mike Hutchinson is a passionate gamer and model-maker who wrote his first wargame at the age of 15. He lives in the inexplicably named village of Old Wives Lees in Kent with his wife, a library of games, and a menagerie of beasts. David Auden Nash was born in Indiana, USA. He graduated with a BFA from DAAP at University of Cincinnati, and has been working in the illustration and design since 2008. He works primarily on board, card, and role-playing games, as well as books and video games.
"Continuing the Osprey formula of engaging game worlds, explored through tight, eminently playable rule sets, all presented in slim, inexpensive rulebooks with lovely and evocative artwork, you can get deep into Gaslands with little cash outlay." - Boing Boing /Wink "This little 64-page paperback books is... INCREDIBLE. Gasland's rules are simplified, the weapons aren't over the top, and the playing area is well-defined-you're racing in a televised free-for-all, so there are goals and a finish line to keep the game on track. Movement, field of fire, and collisions are all simple to understand, and you'll be up and racing quickly." - GeekDad "There's a new hobby obsession in my life that I am in love with and it's called Gaslands." - The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast "In Gaslands (think: a breezier, less crunchy, more modern Car Wars) there are no ranges of miniatures to draw from. Instead, the game encourages you to Mad Max-ify Matchbox and Hotwheels cars to use in your games. How much fun is this? Lots." - Boing Boing