All Things GMT

We have groups for different GMT titles.So why not a group to discuss everything about the company from games to C3I magazine

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Comment by David Allen on October 18, 2008 at 11:22pm
There are two game series that have won me over as a major GMT fan -- Down in Flames and Hornet/Thunderbolt-Apache Leader. The graphics, the innovative game mechanics, and the "just plain fun" factor of both have brought me years of entertainment.
Comment by Smitty on October 4, 2008 at 10:03pm
I find their people always very polite and helpful. They are always nice to my wife whenever she asks a question at their booth. Further, they have supported our troops down range by supplying a fair number of games without fanfare or publicity.
Comment by Mike O'Brien on October 4, 2008 at 9:26pm
I love the quality of the games, the ability to have a choice of high level or lower level of game play and the variety. GMT is the premier company in my opinion, not that they don't have competitors. Competition is good but GMT is working hard on keeping their game quality and production up. I rarely find a game that I don't like.
Comment by Lee Massey on October 4, 2008 at 7:24pm
I like Japanese history! I've preordered a Most Dangerous Time from MMP. I hope it will be worthwhile. I know Bruce Lee is Chinese but I like his movies!
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on October 4, 2008 at 6:20pm
It's also colorful, unusual from a Western point of view, and yet provides great drama. How many people can play one of these games without thinking of Shogun, or better yet, an Akira Kurosawa film?
Comment by Lee Massey on October 4, 2008 at 6:03pm
I wonder why there is a focus on Japanese medieval times by GMT, MMP and others now? It is an interesting subject!
Comment by Bill Wood on September 14, 2008 at 12:19pm
GMT certainly is a fine wargame company. The Napoleonic Wars CDG is awesome, some of the finest multiplayer gaming I have ever enjoyed.

Just arrived y'day; Successors and Clash of Monarchs. Wooh Hoo!
Comment by Scott Beauregard on September 14, 2008 at 2:21am
Started with Avalon Hill and am now a big fan of all the GMT CDW's.
Comment by Bob Antonacci on August 27, 2008 at 9:09pm
I got into the hobby shortly before Avalon-Hill was sold. I can't tell you how bummed out that made me, but shortly after that I came across GMT and its been a personal golden-age of gaming. Although my favorite game is Totaler Kreig! I can't resist getting just about every title they publish.
Comment by Kim Meints on May 9, 2008 at 4:49pm
GMT, My heart leaped when I first saw their ad . Oh boy,a new game company. I ordered those first three games- Operation Shoestring,Air Bridge to Victory and Silver Bayonet.I even had some nice phone conversations with Gene Billingsley when I would place an order or had a question on something. And their games just got even better with each one produced.

GMT is the only game company that I still can get so excited when I have a package with on of their games in it like I did back with SPI( ok, GDW too). I even read C3I cover to cover and go back and re-read all the back issues . I'm always finding something new when I read a issue. But they produce games on evry time period and topic and thats somethng SPI did. they weren't afraid to go to areas that other's didn't touch.

I happen to have Silver Bayonet in front of me and looking at the copyright date-1990. My goodness.has it really been 18 years that they have been with us. How time flies when you are having fun

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