(Kept in Memory of Spyros Koumousis)
in 19th Century America
In 1928, Herbert Asbury wrote
The Gangs Of New York, a compelling history of a time when gangs working in direct association with the
infamous Tammany Hall machine and their political rivals, and controlled New York's streets through mob violence and full
you can recreate this brutal but romantic era with B'hoys!,
a tabletop gaming system utilizing 28mm figures, buildings, rules,
Virtual Armchair General's
from Thrilling Combat Miniatures
through The Virtual Armchair General, these are master sculptor
Bobby Jackson's tribute to Asbury's amazing book.
See the B'hoys!
Inspired by Asbury's The
Gangs of New York, our exclusive B'hoys! rules for miniature gaming are
an innovative approach to 1:1 war games, featuring all the eye-gouging, biting, back-cutting, clawing,
stomping, and barehanded action you can handle.
Check it out, Boyo
from Studio 33
assembly card buildings
and accessories to represent the streets and neighborhoods of New
York or any other 19th C. American town.
useful for colonial-era gaming in other parts of the world.
B'hoys Towne, if ye' got the Stuff
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