Wellington's Victory,. SPI's Operation Typhoon, Gamers SCS Series, For the People 2006, Commands and Colors Ancients, Lock n Load Band of Heros, GCACW series - all, Napoleon at the Crossroads, The Habit of Victory
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Stalin's War, Battle Above the Clouds, WWII:ETO (TSR 2nd Editioin) all on Vassal
What game(s) have you played recently?
LnL Band of Heroes, Verdun: A Generation Lost, Washington's War, Twilight Struggle, C&C Ancients, No Retreat, Stalin's War, Afrika II, Case Blue, On to Richmond (GCACW), Battle Above the Clouds, NaC, The Habit of Victory.
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
30 hours or more per week
How big is your game collection?
Your local game club(s) and/or where you reside (let's network!)
61, retired, began gaming in 1967. Published author, blogger, novelist, journalist, business person, and game designer.
I just joined Consimworld and joined a couple of groups and noticed you are in both of the groups I joined (GCACW and GMT Battles of the Revolution). Do you want to play a game using VASSAL-email? I can also play VASSAL live some evenings. I have Stonewall in the Valley, Stonewall's Last Battle and Saratoga. Any of these would be good, or any games you have in the series wouold also work for me. I am getting started in gaming again after a long (20-25 years) hiatus.
Zoltan will soon publish a new update for the beta or a final version to be included in the new Vassal LnL Worldchampionship Module. This one is already easy to find for the 1.51 version (NOSB included but not yet HotB).
As for games via Vassal. We have something like plus ten or eleven hours here (La Reunion is GMT +4). Not very easy but not impossible to find a moment to play together. We could try it on another game BoH or FHV for example.
Mark, these are some amazing, amazing games you've been playing. Wish I could do 30+ hours a week! All the games you list make my mouth water--got them all, just have too many games and not enough time! Maybe when I turn 61... :-)