For those trying to find PBeM opponents for GWAS/SWWAS.

Just let folks know what you want to play and how you want to play it (ACTS, Search Spreadsheet, etc.).

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Hello, chaps.

I'd like to give GWaS series games a try: specifically, The Mediterranean (by Cyberboard) and Northern Waters (by zuntzu). If anyone is interested, just reply to this or contact me at stefanodotcuccurulloatvirgiliodotit (in order to avoid any form of spamming).
Thx in advance

Stefano
I'm interested in any GWAS game, but have no idea how you all do the e-gaming thing. I know CB very well and at least know how to e-game, but don't know how to the GWaS series. Any instructions on how to get going?
We can meet on Skype (my nickname is cook_22gct) and talk about it.
Install Skype, Barry, that way we'll discuss about how to play GWaS by CB.
There may be games for multiplayer scenarios- I have yet to play a one-on-one game except FTF. As I gain more experience, I'd love to GM. Anyway, I've got all the games, and I want to play all the scenarios. Russ (Russel Stolins) has developed a great Flight of the Goeben using at least 80 possible variants. In other words, Russ has thought up 80 various scenarios to start WWI in the Mediterrenean. Sounds about right. That one looks cool!
Craig, we could arrange a meeting on Skype or whatever you like to, in order to play a medium or even large size scenario. If you go to www.zuntzu.com and install it, we could give GWaS II: Northern Waters scenarios a try too. I designed a module about it and it looks very nice (remember: you can use zuntzu game platform just for online playing; i dunno about the brand new version of it. Perhaps it allows to play by email....). Actually, i think you, Barry and me could get started with one of those beauties.

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