This is an attempt to list all of the spaceship miniatures both in and out of production. If you have items to add or mistakes to point out please email them to me at "thomas . granvold @ sun . com". Remove all spaces in the email address. This is unfortunatly needed to cut down on spam emails I receive.
If the name of the miniature is a link, then it will load its picture. Also, note that the pictures of the miniatures are NOT all in the same scale, even within the same line of miniatures.
I only own a few of these miniatures, many I have not even seen. What I do have is not for sale. Click here for suggesetions on how to find out of print/production games/miniatures. All miniatures are metal unless otherwise stated, and where a measurment is given it is the miniature's length.
Contains: Flat Earth Terrian 'Roswell' Mat, 1/285 scale P-51D Mustang (metal), 1/285 scale Roswell UFO (resin), 3 MAJIC flying bases, Mogul weather ballon, crashed Roswell UFO, rules, dice and templates. Limited edition of 600.
Matchbox did a large, about 4" diameter, commemorative Independence Day Alien Saucer.
These miniatures are not spaceships, but mecha that can move and fight in space.
Out of production, but some have been rereleased by Ground Zero Games in their Full Thrust line.
These were all plastic and come pre-painted. These were typically sold in sets. There were a lot of variations and limited release sets of Micromachines, see the web site at http://freespace.virgin.net/james.hobson/index2.htm for more information. All of these Micro Machines are currently out of production, as of 2002.
Not a spaceship but would work as one.
- not a spaceship but would work as one Z-99 Supersleuth (classification BioSpacial) NX-3i Nebulon Decimator (classification Terra Firma) - not a spaceship but would work as one
Not a spaceship but would work as one
May not be a spaceship but would work as one.
A tracked ground vehicle.
An underground boring machine but would work as a spaceship.
A watercraft but would work as a spaceship.
A tank like vehicle but would work as a spaceship.
Last Galoob production of these was in 1997 - all are out of production. Photos comparing various lines of Star Trek miniatures.
Replaced the above Collection 3
Some of these were mislabeled as Collection 5.
There are two racers per pack. These are not really spaceships, but I find them interesting enough to include.
These are all made of resin. They are out of production.
A line of small spaceships. The human ships look conventional, the humaniod are somewhat triangular with the blunt end forward and the alien ships are modified asteriods. Probably no longer in production.
This ship is about 6" long and is made of resin/plastic. It is taken from the 1968 Japanese science fiction movie, Mighty Jack.
Note that the pictures of the miniatures shown here were made with molds that are about 30 years old and therefore are not as clean and detailed as ones made when the molds were newer.
As of 2001 this is a large expanding line of miniatures made in resin and metal. It includes people and creature miniatures in addition to spaceships. Only the spaceships are listed here.
All made of resin. Possibly designed by various other companies and individuals.
These use magnets and allow the miniatures to positioned at various angles. Here is an exmaple of on in use.
These are all prepainted.
U.S.S. Enterprise, Klingon Battle Cruiser, Romulan Bird of Prey.
Includes the Enterprise, Klingon Battle Cruiser and Romulan Bird of Prey. The Bird of Prey has a wingspan of 5.5".
Not really a spaceship, but looks like one.
All of these are made of plastic.
A plastic model of the space station as seen in the movie Armageddon. Makes a space station reasonably in scale with many lines of spaceship miniatures
This is a plastic model of the Babylon 5 Station that is about 17" long, which makes it usable with the Babylon 5 Wars miniatures and Stellardyne miniatures.
From the movie and TV series Battlestar Galactica. This makes a good large space station. In fact the Full Thrust rule book is a picture of half of model used as a space station.
These are plans for paper spaceship miniatures. These plans can be downloaded, for free, from the Mayhem In Paper web site. All are designed by "Squirmy Dad" except where noted.
Note that the reinforcement packs includes miniatures, stands, dice, tokens, and fighter displays.
This miniature is produced by an individual, about 6" long. This ship is also known as the Orion or as the Nemesis. The creator can be contacted via the forums at the Star Ranger site.
These are for the game Fading Suns: Noble Armada.
Expansion including 32 plastic ships, dice, maps and counters.
These are small paper fighters that can be printed, folded and glued. They can be found at http://home.t-online.de/home/kh.ranitzsch/gallery/sf_modelling.html
This is a paper model possibly suitable as 6mm scale. It appear that it can be downloaded for free at http://members.tripod.lycos.co.kr/MAX7/model.htm. The web page is what I guess is Japanese or Chinese.
This is the interior of a space station usuable with 25mm miniatures. This is named Sparks Interiors 2. Interiors 1 is for fantasy dungeons.
These are made of paper. 1/72 scale miniatures will work with 25mm scale miniatures.
Available at http://www.tin-soldier.com/paper/corridor.htm
This is a paper model possibly suitable as 25mm scale. It can be downloaded as a PDF file for free from http://paperforge.homestead.com/files/transport2.pdf.
This is a 21 page PDF file that contains space battle maps with a 1" square grid. Each page shows differnt astromonical objects. A demo can be found at http://www.aleapublishing.com/downloads/APG12Demo.pdf. This can be order from RPG Now.
Ebbles makes cardstock and PDF files of Science Fiction scenary and miniatures for use with 25mm figures. They have many other non-spaceship items other than the following dropships.
This is the miniatures for the game Pirates of the Federation. They are cut out from cards and pieced together like the game Pirates of the Spanish Main.
These are made of Styrofoam.
Also called Battlefleet Gothic Meteor Field