Magnus Kimura
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Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's page Play-Test Mission Reports in the group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
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"B-25 AAR #1! Here is a another great, amazing AAR by Rick, now testing the B-25. Read it all over at The Marauder Strikes! “I thought the Desert was ‘sposed ta be hot,” Sgt Bob Beloit, the crew’s engineer, manages to get out…"
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Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
"B-25C/D Damage Tables? Done! Play-Test? B-25C/D will be ready for test flying Sunday Aug. 26. They will be used in the MTO but I have to go over that expansion before testing it, so fly the B-25C/D using the Core Game rules and campaigns."
Aug 25
Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
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Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
"There is a new video "Set up for a Mission" on Boardgame Geek and also on the main B-26 forum. B-26 HQ/ Magnus."
May 6
Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's page Play-Test Mission Reports in the group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
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"Mission: Aug 6, 1944 to Argentan, Railroad Bridge & EmbankmentAnd now my mission...I am in Zone 1 with bad weather. My close escort has not shown up. I stayed one extra turn in the zone to see if they would arrive, but the bad weather is…"
Jan 21
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Magnus Kimura commented on Magnus Kimura's group B-26: The Marauder Strikes!
"Good point, Ken! I did not think about that. More charts on the board will clutter it, perhaps already too many charts. My thought behind the charts on the board is that you can keep the booklet aside as long as possible, when the first necessary…"
Sep 3, 2017

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Your introduction to consim gaming:
Steve Dixon invited me to B-29, but I have visited other consim message boards. Can't remember how I found them, but I think it was through the 30th Bomb Wing.
Your favorite game(s):
B-17: Queen of the Skies, Hornet Leader, Patton's Best, Squad Leader (Cross of Iron, Crescendo of Doom, Anvil of Victory), Richthofen's War, B-29 Superfortress. And don't forget Magic: The Gathering and KULT - the card game.
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Solitaire, I have no one else to play with.
What game(s) have you played recently?
B-17; B-29; The Hunters; Silent War; Mage Wars
How big is your game collection?
Those listed above plus Ambush, Air Force and Platoon. I also have a bunch of old role-playing games.
Website:
http://magnuskimura.se/games/b29/30bw/781bg/900bs/Victoria.html

If you'd like to test fly B-26, please send me a message. There are three positions open for brave play-testers!

The B-26 has arrived in the European Theater of Operations. It has now joined the B-17, B-24 and the Lancaster over the skies of war torn Europe...

Martin B-26 Marauder: The Wingless Wonder was the name of a variant of Avalon Hill's B-17: Queen of the Skies solitaire boardgame. A draft of B-26 was available for play testing which used the B-17: Queen of the Skies rules and B-17 was needed to play. Everything has changed since then, and B-26: The Marauder Strikes! has completly new mechanics and is a stand alone game. It is a solitaire game set on board a Martin B-26 Marauder medium bomber during World War Two in the European Theater of Opearations from July 1943 until the end of the war in May 1945. 

Players familiar with B-17: Queen of the Skies or B-29 Superfortress: Bombers over Japanrecognize the mechanics used in B-26In some ways it can be quicker to play a mission, but at the same time it can seem to be "dice-ee-er" than its companions. B-26 is, with its advanced and optional guidelines, deep, detailed and complex, but still as easy to play as B-17 or B-29 with its basic system which is similar to the mechanics in B-17 or B-29.

Planned add-ons: Low-level missions, 22nd Bomb Group - Marauders from Oz, 319th Bomb Group - Invaders from Okinawa, A-26 Invader, A-20 Havoc... and more. Go to http://www.themarauderstrikes.magnuskimura.se/ for more information.

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At 10:34pm on December 29, 2008, Todd H. Beckman said…
Magnus:

I am looking for the rules update for B-29. What is the user ID and password for the variant page for the 30th Bomb group. I am looking for the updated rules for the game.
 
 
 

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