I drop by the HQ for Worthington Games to talk about their wargames, past, present, and future. Forged In Fire, Band Of Brothers, Cowboys, Hold The Line, and others -- what kind of games does Worthington choose to publish? And how does a small publisher find its niche in today's market? Plus, this episode's "Game Off The Beaten Path" is a world-famous fantasy writer's design.
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We've been doing a set of polls to refight the prior CSR awards.
All the prelim threads for the '70's are in place (two expired)
and we've got finals threads for '74 and '75.
Once the 70's are done, if enough folk seem interested,
we'll move on to the 80's. If not, well, maybe we'll try in a…Continue
Posted by Enrico CS Viglino on November 18, 2014 at 10:13pm
It's been ten years since I designed my first tactical game system and sometimes I fantasize about designing yet another. One that uses all the designing tricks that I’ve learned, something that would give us all as much pleasure without any nit-picky rule pain. So what *might* a new Mark H. Walker tactical system look like? Here are some things I would and wouldn't include.…
Lost my first tournament game in the Combat Commander Vassal Tournament #4. I played Les and he had a great game plan and some good cards and rolls. It was a fun game. I had never played vassal while using skype. It was a very good experience. hoping to do better in Rd #2…Continue
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