Joel Toppen's Groups (5)

  • The Pax System by RHB

    32 members Latest Activity: Feb 18 One of my favorite games is Pax Romana I thought this would be good place to find like minded players to share ideas, tips and discuss the up…

  • Downtown/Elusive Victory

    56 members Latest Activity: Feb 8 For discussion of the operational air war system as represented in Downtown and Elusive Victory.

  • Compass Games

    61 members Latest Activity: Jun 3 Discussion Of Compass Games products

  • Hexdraw Users

    144 members Latest Activity: Jul 23

    a place to discuss which new graphics are needed to realize your Maps

  • HomelandSecuritySim

    15 members Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2013 A discussion group aimed at available or in-development simulations of homeland defense and national security.

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