A small mysterious island somewhere in the vicinity of Sumatra was first given the enigmatic name Skull Island in the original RKO promotions for the 1933 film King Kong. This “Skull Island” follows in those huge, furry footsteps and aims to provide a backdrop and setting with simple rule mechanics for miniature skirmish games that borrow a page or two from The Big Ape screenplays and adventures of the past century.
Sorry, I was just getting up a full head of steam creating this blog, then bam, I'm in the ICU with aseptic meningitis. I was discharged today and will go back to work on the blog this weekend. Thanks for pushing the blog to 1000 visitors.
The Big Ape (and a few chimps) wreak havoc on board El Pollo del Mar as crew members Samual (green cap), Nails (no shirt, green shorts), Larsen (blue cap), Choy (Chinaman), Grappler McCoy (bare chested) and Michael (black man) defend the ship.
In this 1929 film a secret service agent searches the jungle for his missing brother, who also happens to be a secret service agent. It stars Buster Crabbe, known to serial fans as both Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers. He bumps into a beautiful young woman who is seeking her missing father. The pair run up against ivory smugglers who apparently know the secret of the missing people and a lost treasure They are also menaced by a giant gorilla, which guards a temple serving as the smuggler's lair.