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All That is Avalon Hill

Recalling everything that was the old Avalon Hill Game Company and playing the new stuff since Hasbro/Wizards of the Coast

Website: http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=ah/welcome
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Timeless Avalon Hill Games 30 Replies

Started by Eric Walters. Last reply by Michael Loth Apr 2.

AH Games You So Wanted To Love (But DIdn't) 12 Replies

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The Old Days 14 Replies

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Comment by Alexander Martin on April 17, 2018 at 7:23pm

Looking for Avalon Hill game players in the Capital District of New York. Also looking for folks interested in vassal pbem games

Comment by Jon H on January 30, 2018 at 10:19am

Great News Tom! I really enjoyed last year, as I was able to play two back to back 1939 campaigns of Third Reich 4th Ed, and then also a full scenario of WS&IM and a full 4 week Campaign of Turning Point: Stalingrad.

That in addition to many games of ASL - my #1 AH game, which I play at a rate of from 10-50 games a year.(As it is still quite active from Hasbro/MMP- it retains a large community of players).

Comment by Tom Meier on January 29, 2018 at 11:02pm

Getting a weekly gaming group bak together, and we started with the AH version of We The People and Napoleon block game.  Details in what are you playing discussion.

Comment by jack dempsey on May 18, 2014 at 7:35pm

Anyone planning on attending WBC this August in Lancaster Pa?  Really enjoyed myself last year.

Comment by Christian A. Strasser on August 2, 2013 at 10:20am

I was hoping to get back for today's sessions.  The game companies will be there and there's a designing session.  Unfortunately, I can't see how I'll be able to fit the 1+ hour drive each way into my last day before vacation!

Comment by jack dempsey on August 2, 2013 at 5:04am

Anyone attending WBC in Lancaster, PA?  Today the Con hosts the Avalon Hill designer / developer reunion.  Should be fun.  I've me   Don Greenwood, Charley Kibler, Mark Hermann and Eric Smith.

Comment by Jay White on April 10, 2013 at 5:36am

Luftwaffe was the very first game I ever bought as far as board games go...  It's the one that started it all for me.  Got it brand new the year it came out.  Then a buddy of mine found the Granddaddy of all the tactical games, Panzerblitz, a few months later.  I never looked at Luftwaffe again.  Im fact, I just took it to Noble Knight game company with alot of other games and sold them...

Comment by Bill Florig on March 21, 2013 at 1:43am
I just bought a vintage copy of Luftwaffe and cannot wait to play it this weekend! Any thoughts on this classic? I used to drool over it as a teen but could never afford it!

Best,

Bill
Comment by Heikki Malaska on March 16, 2012 at 1:53am

Hi

I am selling away my oldies goodies AH games, in good condition. 

Can they be posted here or would that be considered as spam?

thanks

Comment by Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. on December 6, 2011 at 1:47pm

As some may know, Tom Shaw has blessed our 50th anniversary PBEM Stalingrad tournament and it would be better if at least one more experienced player joined. The tournament will start after I make the random pairings December 15. Tom will be issuing a certificate to all who play in the tournament and special certificates to the top four. I appeal to all of you out there to join either by posting to http://talk.consimworld.com/WebX?7@782.sb4KcaQQZLk.62@.ee6c970/2943 or emailing me at angiolillo_joseph@hotmail.com Currently we have 7 experienced players and 6 novices. The tournament rules are simple using a four round Swiss system then semi-finals and finals. Here is the link to the tournament rules: http://talk.consimworld.com/WebX?14@782.sb4KcaQQZLk.86@.ee6c970/2968 This link is gives you the rules as an attachment to post #2815. According to Tom Shaw, Charles Roberts initially designed the game before he left the company and Lindsey Schutz and Tom Shaw developed the game. I will also be posting the actual designers and developers of the early games as the internet is only about 90% correct and I want to set the record straight. Not only did I interview Tom, who had actual documents: I taped the interview as well. In the Stalingrad PBEM tournament, I will personally donate the money for a first place plaque. Join in. We need more players. Joe Angiolillo (developer Axis & Allies and designer of many SPI, Gameshop, Nova, GTD, and Coleco games)

 

 

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