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War on the Rocks Wargaming Archive

Here's a good portal for articles posted within the excellent War on the Rocks website: https://warontherocks.com/tag/wargames/ Comment on…

Started by Eric Walters

0 Aug 4

On Wargaming PDF Book For Free!

Matthew J. Caffrey, Jr.  On Wargaming: How Wargames Have Shaped History and How They May Shape the Future. Naval War College Newport Paper…

Started by Eric Walters

0 Aug 4

Squad Leader (and similar games) as a tool for creating tactical decision games (TDGs) and free wargames

In the early 1980s, when I was serving on active duty and a great enthusiast for the Squad Leader franchise, I used the scenarios, boards,…

Started by Bruce Ivar Gudmundsson

9 Jan 30
Reply by Eric Walters

Kriegsspiel Resources

Kriegspiel Resources: For those who want the ultimate wargaming experience--maximizing fog/uncertainty, friction, disorder, and complexit…

Started by Eric Walters

1 May 5, 2018
Reply by Marshall

Wargame Demo--1000 to 1500, Wednesday 23 August: Ellis Hall, Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA

Come one, come all to participate in or witness a number of different wargames played in historic Ellis Hall at Marine Corps Base Quantico,…

Started by Eric Walters

16 Sep 8, 2017
Reply by Eric Walters

Focus on PanzerArmee Afrika Wargame

Panzer Armee Afrika is a two-player game of desert campaigning in North Africa between the British-led Commonwealth forces and the Axis f…

Started by Eric Walters

2 Jul 29, 2017
Reply by Eric Walters

Older Out Of Print Board Wargames Teaching Maneuver Warfare

In this discussion thread we hope to cover a few of the older board wargames that still do a terrific job of teaching maneuver warfare.  So…

Started by Eric Walters

4 Jul 29, 2017
Reply by Timothy J. Smith

Maneuver Warfare in a Static Siege?

Dien Bien Phu: The Final Gamble (Legion Games, 2014) depicts a classic siege in the last gasp of the French Indochina War in 1954.  Given…

Started by Eric Walters

0 Jul 18, 2017

Getting Started in Historical Board Wargaming

Here are a few resources for those just getting started! "On Board: Getting Started in Board Wargaming" by Wargamer.com "Guide: Wargames Fo…

Started by Eric Walters

0 Jul 16, 2017

Wargames Teaching OODA Loop Competition--Multiman Publishing

There aren't that many games that explicitly illustrate how a faster OODA Loop/Decision Cycle can create battlefield advantage.  One game…

Started by Eric Walters

1 Jul 16, 2017
Reply by Eric Walters

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