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Central Front Series
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Hi,Any Central Front gamers out there? I've been away from gaming since '85 and would like to get back into it. Served in Germany during the mid 70's (2/377 FA-part of VII Corps) and have always been…Continue

Tags: MBT, series, Front, Central

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark E. Owens Feb 15.

 

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Mark E. Owens replied to Larry Myers's discussion Central Front Series
"Although a battalion level series like "Dawn's Early Light" might be competition, The THIRD WORLD WAR and the "Assault" series are actually at different scales, with the former strategic in nature and the latter platoon…"
Feb 15
davevicks replied to Larry Myers's discussion Central Front Series
"HI LARRY, MBT by GMT is worth the investment in time and $. When you where in Germany did you hear the song 99 Luft Ballons :)"
Aug 30, 2016
Robert Ryan replied to Larry Myers's discussion Central Front Series
"Some other options include GDW's The Third World War and GDW's Assault series. Both are long out of print and very complex but are way better than SPIs V Corps."
Sep 8, 2011
Brant Guillory replied to Larry Myers's discussion Central Front Series
"That S&T game was a remake of the old ModQuad SPI game of Wurzburg that was was originally set in the late '70s.  Joe just ported it back to the pentomic divisions of the '50s.   If you're looking for tactical mid-80s…"
Sep 8, 2011
Stephen G replied to Larry Myers's discussion Central Front Series
"Larry, you may wnat to post in this SPI group..   http://social.consimworld.com/group/allthingsspi    "
Sep 8, 2011
Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. replied to Larry Myers's discussion HexWar in the group All things SPI
"I started playing Gettysburg in 1958 at age 9 and started designing the revolutionary war battle game Cowpens the same year. Consequently, I got the bug immediately, especially since my father taught automotive mechanics in Connecticut and loved…"
Aug 24, 2011
Larry Myers replied to Larry Myers's discussion HexWar in the group All things SPI
"Joe, Thanks for writng. Signed up for HexWar last night just to satisfy my curiosity-so far so good. Played "Napoleon at Waterloo"-not a bad game for rooks or old retreads like myself. It's low complex but still a bit of a challenge…"
Aug 23, 2011
Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. replied to Larry Myers's discussion HexWar in the group All things SPI
"I think you need to know a few things about HexWars. First of all it is great. There are two problems: 1. It costs money every year which isn't bad, but 2. Players can cheat as I have found at least two glitches. One player has found a way so…"
Aug 22, 2011
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HexWar

Hi,I'm looking to get back into gaming after a long hiatus (since 1985) and see that there's a website called "HexWar". Looks like a good place to get myself rebooted. How 'bout it guys? Is this the place to go? Would like to hear from you. Thanks.See More
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Aug 22, 2011
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Central Front Series

Hi,Any Central Front gamers out there? I've been away from gaming since '85 and would like to get back into it. Served in Germany during the mid 70's (2/377 FA-part of VII Corps) and have always been intrigued by "what if" the balloon did go up in Central Europe? How woild NATO do against the Warsaw Pact short of a nuclear exchange? Read a number of books on the subject -"Red Army" "Red Thrust" "First Clash" "Team Yankee" etc., so the Central Front series definitely has my attention. I know…See More
Aug 22, 2011
Larry Myers is now a member of ConsimWorld
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Your introduction to consim gaming:
Did a search and found your website and signed up
Your favorite game(s):
Arab-Israeli Wars, Panzer Leader
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Wish to play Central Front series, Fulda Gap, MBT, Berlin'85
What game(s) have you played recently?
None-have been away from gaming since '85 and am looking to getting involved again.
How big is your game collection?
Plan on buying the above games if I can find opponents
Your local game club(s) and/or where you reside (let's network!)
New Brunswick, New Jersey
About Me
I'm 56, die hard history buff, especially military history. US Army vet 10 years service (Active Army and Reserve), divorced, father of one great daughter.
Personal Interests (favorite activities, movies, shows, books, music, etc.)
Avid reader, baseball fan (Go Bosox!), hiking, like to travel especially to historic sites, eclectric when it comes to music, like epic movies (Lawrence of Arabia, Zulu, etc.,)

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