Actually this is not just about MechWar but I cannot seem to find articles or discussion about it by doing a search. I was told I could find some ideas etc, about the game from the Solitaire Wargamers site but I am having a difficult time navigating this site.So far I have searched at a number of locations and nothing clear has come up. What am I doing wrong? 

Thanks: Greg

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From the Boardgame Geek entry for the game:

Magazine References:

Moves Article Index:

Fire & Movement Article Index:

  • Number 1, 1976
    • "Mech War '77: Zeuzleben Affair" (scenario) Warren Williams

Some of this material can be found in the SPI scenario archive in PDF, along with some others:

There's also a good number of variant counter graphics and map versions available in the Files section of BoardGameGeek for the game entry:


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