March 2015 Blog Posts (6)

Avalon Hill game group Atlanta

I have not played in long time. Children never took to them. Now have time to play any time, any place in Atlanta Metro.

Added by J R Turner on March 15, 2015 at 2:52pm — No Comments

Rommel at Gazala News

I have some big news; my World War II desert game Rommel at Gazala is now available in a professional edition from Lock 'n Load Publishing.  This is really the culmination of twenty-five years of game history, as it was originally designed for professional publication in Command magazine, but for various reasons, that came to naught.  Now, LnL is issuing it in a really good-looking and more functional version, featuring larger counters and a much larger map.

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Added by Jim Werbaneth on March 14, 2015 at 4:58pm — No Comments

EURO FRONT II

I have been thinking about investing in EURO FRONT II from columbia games.  I am afraid it  will end up as one of those monster games on my shelf that I never get to play.  I figure I don't have to set the WHOLE thing up.  I could just play the smaller scenarios.  Does anybody have this.  How does it play in sections?

Added by Donato Lacerenza on March 11, 2015 at 6:14pm — 3 Comments

  okay...it's been rough, the usual problems with the legs, a whole bunch of trouble with my eyes, and the arthritis has now entered my hands. large counters are now my friends.

  okay...it's been rough, the usual problems with the legs, a whole bunch of trouble with my eyes, and the arthritis has now entered my hands.

large counters are now my friends.

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Added by Daniel Red Cloud Brown on March 7, 2015 at 3:36am — 1 Comment

I've Been Diced! episode 65: Andy Loakes, designer of Toulon 1793

Andy Loakes, designer of Toulon 1793, takes us behind the scenes of his first published wargame. Why hasn't someone done a game on this topic before? Andy and Tom ponder that issue, along with other questions about Napoleonic history and wargaming. Plus, this episode's Game Off The Beaten Path is a little wargame on a major event in military history, previously thought to be ungameable. (c) 2015 Tom Grant…



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Added by Kingdaddy on March 2, 2015 at 7:28pm — No Comments

Revisiting the “ISIS Crisis”

Recently a group of us assembled at the University of Ottawa to matrix-game the current conflict regarding the self-styled “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria. For practical reasons and to limit the number of players/teams, the game largely focused on Iraq. The purpose, as with an …

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Added by Rex Brynen on March 1, 2015 at 11:10am — 21 Comments

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