Solid State War Game: Interceptor Vehicle Pack PDF
Dave Graffam Models
This is a vehicle expansion pack for the Solid State War Game Starter Set (available separately). It also includes 3D paper model files that you can print out and assemble into toys, or to use for gaming.
Now you can add the new Zimbe J-21 Interceptor jet to your Solid State War air forces. It's a high-performance machine designed specifically to hunt the Tigress jet that has reigned for months during the EMP Scourge. The Interceptor has new capabilities, allowing for new strategies and more challenging games.
This pack includes two variants of the J-21 Interceptor, 3 new scenarios, the Amazonia campaign, a set of new combat dice, a special edition Range Finder, 2D playing pieces and more. It includes everything you need to add this jet to your game.
Here's a complete list of what you'll find in this pack:
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