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As I've been talking about for a while, prices for Line of Departure went up today, for the first time in about eight years. Now, if you look inside copies of some of the TPS games, you'll find a subscription flyer for the magazine, with the old prices of $22.00 per year for American and Canadian subscribers, and $27.50 for those elsewhere in the world.
As a special offer, I'm going to honor those prices for TPS gamers only, through April 2017. If you have one of those flyers,…
Posted by Jim Werbaneth on March 1, 2017 at 1:37pm
update: problem is now resolved. Thanks to everyone for their understanding.Just an FYI that we are aware that are CSW Newsdesk site is not reachable at the moment and we are working to resolve this problem. (there was a DNS nameserver changed that impacted all our sites and services yesterday).
Posted by John Kranz on February 14, 2017 at 11:30am
For the benefit of teachers and especially students, I just set up a page with links to all the academic papers I wrote for my last venture into graduate school. These are still on the Line of Departure Online Features Articles page, but for the sake of convenience, they are all now organized in one…Continue
Posted by Jim Werbaneth on February 13, 2017 at 11:38pm
Issue 79, marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of Line of Departure, is now on the market. This is also the third in the magazine's history to have the theme of Americans at War. This issue contains the following articles:
Return to the Third World War: A Review of the GMT Games Edition of MBT
Fictional Battles, Fictional Game: Battalion-Level Battles of World War III,…Continue
No, this is not a political post, not really.
Tonight, I sat on a panel with six other voters recruited by Trib Total Media, the publisher of the old Pittsburgh Tribune Review and currently the Valley News Dispatch and Greensburg Tribune Review, at the Media Innovation Center of Point Park University in Downtown Pittsburgh. My perspective wasn't as a professor of political science, but one of a group of typical voters. One guy was a business owner who voted for Trump, three were…Continue
Started by Ray in About this Game Jun 27, 2016.
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