The battle has raged for days. Both armies have flung everything they have at each other, and now each has just one pilot surviving. As they scramble into the cockpits of their almost derelict remaining mechs, they know it’s do or die. The last mech standing wins the war.
The Last Mech is a tactics miniatures game for two players designed by Alex Wiltshire.
Players’ mechs aren’t the machines they used to be. Pressed into desperate final service, they’re barely capable of fighting. They’re randomly equipped and liable to break down; any action could spell their ruin.
But each player can upgrade them and scavenge additional parts found on the battlefield. As they face each other they’ll tactically invest the scarce Energy their reactors generate on their armaments, shields and agility in a last-ditch effort to claim victory.
Play The Last Mech
This early version of The Last Mech is free to download and print out, complete with cool mech art by my son, Jack. It’s part of a general plan to further playtest the game and see where it goes. Maybe I’ll try to develop it into a commercial product? Who knows.
Invite your friends to play, and tell everyone you think would be interested in it. I’d love to know what you think.
The Last Mech © Alex Wiltshire 2017-2018