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Biggest monster in the world...

Beginning in the early 80ies, a gang formed in Uppsala (Sweden) with the mission to make the ultimate WW2 game. It was built around the mer…

Started by Robert Mårtensson

5 Jan 24, 2012
Reply by Robert Mårtensson

Red Sash Monstergames

Anybody give these incredibly amazing games in the LACE WARS series a try? They generally cover some relatively esoteric subjects, but the…

Started by Eric Walters

3 Oct 10, 2011
Reply by Corey

biggest wargame

My gaming group has finished a World in Flames game along with Days of Decision III.  We also used all the additions to WiF except for Lead…

Started by Ron

3 Sep 11, 2010
Reply by Scott Udell

Korsun Pocket by Jack Radey, the original and the Upcoming Re-Print !!

Easily in my Top Five Most Favorite of All Time, Peoples WarGames "Korusn Pocket" is one of the first Monstergames I bought. I got it from…

Started by Daniel Red Cloud Brown

7 Nov 27, 2009
Reply by Eric Walters

Monstergames on the WWII Pacific Theater

Here's my count of what's out there and I know there's more coming: In the beginning was USN. And it's been done in a Second Edition by De…

Started by Eric Walters

4 Nov 27, 2009
Reply by Andy Fairnie

The Devil's Cauldron by MMP--Impressions

As I mentioned in the "Old Magic" that were SPI games and gaming discussion in the All Thing SPI group, I'm relegating my aged copy of HIGH…

Started by Eric Walters

2 May 16, 2008
Reply by Greg Blanchett

My First Enthusiasm has always been Monstergames ! !!

I Started Wargaming first with Tactics II, bought for me by my sister, then my parents bought me PanzerLeader, and then I had a huge amount…

Started by Daniel Red Cloud Brown

1 Mar 20, 2008
Reply by Eric Walters

Why We Play Monsters...and Do It Completely Unafraid...

My first real monster game was HIGHWAY TO THE REICH. I'd seen others, of course...recalling taking gander at TERRIBLE SWIFT SWORD (1st Edit…

Started by Eric Walters

15 Mar 18, 2008
Reply by Jerry Sunkin

Beauty and The Beast...

Most monster games are gorgeous when fully set up or in play. Large detailed and colorful maps with lines of brightly colored counters that…

Started by Eric Walters

8 Mar 15, 2008
Reply by Dan Stueber

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