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Warmap: version 0.50 released for testing. Feature set mostly complete.
DDAOB: Determining feasibility.
Civil War: Design Stage
Iraq 41: Starting soon.
Bardia: Code complete? Publishing plan to be determined.
SFGE: programing completed and accepted by DG. To be published.
NAW: programing completed and accepted by DG. Publication?
Leningrad: Available at wargamedownloads.com, looking for new…Continue
Added by Thomas A Stevenson on January 27, 2013 at 8:32pm — No Comments
Warmap is an object orientated map creator program for hexagon based wargames. Think MacDraw rather than MacPaint. The program runs under Windows 7 and is probably OK under Vista and XP.
The following type of Map objects are supported, area, bezier (line),Text, icon (image), hexside, hex filling.
Everything is editable either by dragging on the map or from a properties window.
All features of the hexgrid (grain, rows, columns, shape, color, line width background…Continue
I have just received my new copy of DVG Field Commander Alexander today,
and I have Where There is Discord on pre-order.
My Grand Scheme for this year is…Continue
According to the Daily Mail, "Ancient artefacts thought to be early gaming pieces will have to be reclassified after new research which claims they were actually used to wipe bottoms."
We've kicked off our annual CSW Fundraiser Drive and we ask for your support by donating today. All who donate will receive FREE stuff along with publisher discounts. If you donate $25 or more (Gold-Level), you will receive 3 FREE Print-n-Play game titles along with…Continue
The title says it all.
Order from here UK@ £62, US @ $99 approx :
I have changed the link to the correct one.......meh
Bomber Command (GMT): Played Downfall with all the optional rules. Targets were Stettin and Duisburg. Both cities had "oil target" areas, so the aimpoints were kind of on the outskirts of town, which did not help the bomb scoring. The British player conceded since after bombing both targets Bomber Command only had around 10+ VPs.
This one of GMT's 2012 games that I enjoyed the most, I think.
This is an open letter to the people that feed our passion and lust for bits of cardboard to push around to conquer our enemies.
Dear Board Game Designers, Publishers and Mobile Developers,
I beg you to please please please when you decide to do a mobile version of your game take into consideration what you are designing for. You are designing for a hand held device that can be as small as couple of credit cards and as large as a sheet of 8x10 paper. Please try…Continue
Added by Mike Rinehart on January 19, 2013 at 8:34pm — No Comments
Added by Gary Barr on January 19, 2013 at 5:57pm — No Comments
The town of Bakkala was certainly one of the most famous in northwestern South Dakkastan. The dates, olives, and pistachios of the region were prized for their delicate flavour. The ivory-coloured wool of its goats was highly regarded for it softness and reputed ability to repel the undead. It was the site of the Clay Mosque of Abu Daoud, renowned…Continue
Added by Gary Barr on January 14, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
Looks like pre-orders could start for the third print of this game. Noble Knight in America will be the official outlet, and in the UK, I think order can be taken on the Fifth Column website.
I will be pre-ordering this one!
Added by Roger Morley on January 11, 2013 at 5:55am — No Comments
Added by Gary Barr on January 10, 2013 at 9:43am — No Comments
I finally got around to playtesting my "Unstable Gulf" variant of the game Oil Wars: Iran Strikes....Continue
Added by Rex Brynen on January 6, 2013 at 9:16am — No Comments
Added by Gary Barr on January 5, 2013 at 1:36pm — No Comments
Added by Gary Barr on January 5, 2013 at 1:35pm — No Comments
Put CC:A on the table with my 11 year old son. We were learning the system so it was a slow go. Interesting and simple system.