Joseph C. Beard III
  • Male
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • United States

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Your favorite game(s):
Afrika Korps; Waterloo; Turning Point: Staingrad; Breakout & Pursuit; DNO/UNT; Napoleon's Last Battles; Narvik; WAS; VITP; Panzergruppe Guderian; Cobra; Wellington's Victory; Frederick the Great; 1940; Third Reich; La Grande Armee (SPI); World War II (SPI); 1812
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
1812; Afrika Korps; Waterloo
What game(s) have you played recently?
Afrika Korps; NATO; La Grande Armee; Leipzig; Panzergruppe Guderian; Fortress America
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
20 hours per week
How big is your game collection?
Originally over 500+ titles; now about 75 titles

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At 1:46am on November 26, 2012, Thomas G. Chapman said…

Just wanted to say "Thank You" for your Map and Counters blog, Mr. Beard. The heart of my game collection are the SPI titles from the mid '70s through the early '80s when they went under. Your commentaries are pure gold! Wargames may have gotten prettier and more sophisticated, but, for me at any rate, that was a magical era. I count myself blessed that I was able to be a part of it. So, thank you again for your work that has inspired this old timer to revisit some old SPI favorites from a bygone age (I'll even confess to playing an occasional game of Dixie from time to time!).

At 12:22pm on August 22, 2012, Joey Sabin said…

Joe - Thank you for the heads up. I love the SPI Monster classics like HTTR, WaR and WiE. I'll look for a word from you in the fall then.

At 7:47pm on August 21, 2012, Joey Sabin said…

Thank You Joseph. If you ever want to play a wargame face to face drop me a line.

At 6:13pm on November 12, 2011, Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. said…

Was I correct about the Swiss tournament system? Please explain.


At 6:31pm on June 4, 2011, Robert Ryan said…


       Sorry to read about your computer virus woes. I really enjoy reading your SPI Fridays Blog and feel cheated (as do many others I am sure) because of the issues.  In light of all the other advice being passed to you I would suggest getting an external hard drive to occasionally back up your data files. I say occasionally because if you do it every day you will just get the virus on it as well. I got a 250GB for $49 at wal-mart 2 years ago and it has worked out great. Sometimes viruses are just unavoidable. I got one on my wifes Mac within 1 week of ownership although once I cleaned it off I have never gotten another. The PCs get one about every other year. regards and good luck, Rob Ryan

At 9:56am on May 4, 2011, Robert Ryan said…


    My email is if you are still having problems using CONSIM mail to respond.

At 6:57pm on February 5, 2011, Ken Drego said…

Hi Joe,


Shall we communicate via e-mail?  Let me know if you have any issue downloading Zun Tzu or the WWII module.

At 12:18pm on January 2, 2011, John Kranz said…
Hi, Joseph. I didn't realize you reside in Phoenix. I guess I missed you as I lived there for quite a while until about 2005 or thereabouts.
At 11:35am on December 24, 2010, brian s. b. said…
merry christmas joe! your great blog is a a wonderful continuing gift. cheers!
At 3:01pm on December 20, 2010, brian s. b. said…

seriously-the story of the siege of leningrad and the creation of that symphony is just an amazing inspiring story! and sibelius is fantastic-very underrated! have a good new year,joe!


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