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Only just caught on to GMT's blog, it is wonderful in my opinion.
If you have not yet had a look please do.
I am catching up reading all the designer submitted articles and "inside GMT" articles by…Continue
Added by DiCerasi on August 31, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments
The seventy-fifth edition of Line of Departure is printed and in the house, literally. This one profiles Americans at War, and is actually the second to have that theme. The articles are all by me.
Civil War on…Continue
Mike Nagel talks about his Flying Colors series of Age of Sail wargames, his new "captaincy" game covering the same era, Sun of York, and what drew him to design a game about the battle of Attu. Plus, Tom lunges headfirst into the subject of what is a wargame. Actually, he talks about when the question is worth asking, and when it isn't.
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Added by Kingdaddy on August 25, 2014 at 9:30pm — No Comments
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Greg Smith, the designer of The Hunters and the upcoming Silent Victory, talks about his games, solitaire wargames in general, his work on computer wargames at HPS Simulations, and why boardgame design can be more challenging than computer wargame design. Plus, Tom gives advice to wargamers visiting Paris, and he proves beyond a doubt that he cannot do impressions.Continue
Added by Kingdaddy on August 18, 2014 at 9:46am — No Comments
Ia! Ia! Cthulhu Fthagn! Or in English: a new HFC review is online!
Check out what we think about Cards of Cthulhu by DVG :)
Added by Andreas Ludwig on August 12, 2014 at 5:22am — No Comments
Here is my real nightmare scenario for Ebola. It has nothing to do with one or two people getting the early symptoms as they get on an airplane, and then debarking to spread it into new population centers. It is much worse than that. There is the possibility that this could turn into the modern equivalent of the Black Death.
The real nightmare, as I see it, can happen in…
Added by Jim Werbaneth on August 10, 2014 at 8:43am — No Comments
Legally, Jesse Ventura was entirely correct in his lawsuit against the estate of Chris Kyle, and he surmounted a pretty high barrier in order to win. Yet, what's legal and what's right are entirely different things, and as my old legal history professor at Duquesne University used to say, when they meet it's a happy accident. So yes, the court and the jury were probably in the right.
This is a matter…