Crossfire Videos

For those of you who, like me, are interested in Crossfire, there are a few excellent videos on the subject posted up to YouTube. Not being a WordPress Pro subscriber, I can’t embed video, and can only provide you with lowly links, but I assure you they’re well worth checking out!


The fellow from the Lloydian Aspects website has started a series of short videos on Crossfire. They’re each +/- three minutes long, and broken down by subject. He does a great job with the videos (including some really cool stop motion animations), and is an excellent presenter.

Here’s the first video in the series.

Then, the indomitable War Panda has created a couple of videos which go into greater detail (including the explanation of some interesting house rules) on Crossfire. If you’re familiar with WPs blog, you should be excited to get a good look at his gaming table and terrain.


Here’s War Panda’s first video.

Both of these videos are several steps above your average wargaming YouTube fair-I don’t think you’ll find yourself becoming bored. Check them out!


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  • tinpotrevolutionary  On 09/07/2014 at 4:45 am

    Hi Mr.Arkie, thanks for the heads up! Great videos! This is a truly excellent set of rules proven by the fact that so many people play them even though they have been out of print for so long.

    • arkiegamer  On 09/07/2014 at 6:29 am

      Actually, they’re back in print! Crossfire is available, as a sort of color facsimile staple bound book, from On Military Matters in the US. I’m not sure who’s carrying it in the UK, but I’m certain someone is.

      I’m anxious to get a game of Crossfire in, in the near future.

  • John Dillon  On 09/13/2014 at 9:15 pm

    I’d highly recommend the Lindy Beige ones but honestly that War Panda hasn’t a clue! Arkie you’d do better not to consort with the likes of him ;)

    Thanks for the kind words!

    • arkiegamer  On 09/14/2014 at 9:52 am

      Well, regardless of the possession of clues, yours and Lloyd’s videos have gotten me re-started on my 15mm WWII project so I can play Crossfire. Sounds like a success, to me!

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