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Battles of the American Revolution Series by GMT

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Battles of the American Revolution Series by GMT

This is a group that is supporting the Battles of the American Revolution Series. Mark Miklos has revived interest in the Revolution among war gamers.

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Anyone want to teach a newbie via VASSAL? 2 Replies

I picked up Monmouth as a gift to myself, but have no far not had time to set it up for a solo play.  Anyone interested in teaching the BAR system to a rank newbie?Continue

Started by Peter Burger. Last reply by Eric Aug 21, 2013.

Battles of the American Revolution – Solitaire Card 2 Replies

 Battles of the American Revolution – Solitaire Card Does anybody have or know where I could download this; it was released with the Germantown game if I am correct.Continue

Started by Brad Swinson. Last reply by Brad Swinson Aug 21, 2013.

Battlefield walk - Brandywine, Paoli, Valley Forge

Host: Kaarin EngelmannContact: 703-402-5694, kengelm@yahoo.comWhen: Saturday, July 30 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PMWe will tour Brandywine and Paoli battlefields and Valley Forge. Our guide will be author,…Continue

Tags: forge, paoli, rev, 1776, valley

Started by Kaarin Engelmann Jul 11, 2011.

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Comment by Jim Arnett on October 3, 2010 at 9:31am
Thanks - I might take a look at that one
Comment by Eric Walters on September 25, 2010 at 8:12am
Jim, they work as well as any other "standard" IGO-UGO system; the shortfall is that you can't get the effect of the tactical chits to modify combat dice rolls (the game actually plays faster without them!). So the system CAN work for solitaire with minor shortfalls...but I don't know that it works as well as other titles where units "activate" or with random chit pulls to move/fight or other devices to keep a solitaire game quite lively....
Comment by Jim Arnett on September 24, 2010 at 6:33pm
Do you recommend this series for a solitaire wargamer?
Comment by Bill Wood on September 9, 2010 at 9:47pm
You can find the vids via BGG as links to youtube.
Comment by Bill Wood on September 7, 2010 at 10:32am
Seen Charles Cabs newish videos on this series?

Comment by Eric Walters on September 6, 2010 at 7:51am
Anybody played PENSACOLA: 1781 yet? What did you think of it? How do you think it compares/contrasts with SAVANNAH, the other siege game in the series? I'm still waiting for GERMANTOWN to hit my doorstep! I'll also put a plug in here about the American Revolutionary War mini-convention (AmRevCon) and tournament that Mick Miklos runs as part of PrezCon in Charlottesville every year--quite a terrific event, especially if you love to play his games!
 

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