Thomas A Stevenson's Blog – March 2012 Archive (4)

Crassus play by play sample game pdf

The Designer of "Crassus in Aquitinina" put together a very well done play though of the game and covers background and some of the rules, tactics and strategy.  The pdf (8 pages, 3.1 mb)  is attached here.  Crassus example game.pdf  Crassus is available for $12 from…

Continue

Added by Thomas A Stevenson on March 31, 2012 at 10:12pm — 1 Comment

Crassus in Aquitinia now available at wargamedownloads.com

For computers with Windows OS (XP or later), 800x600x32 or screen resolution, 8mb disk space, 1mb RAM.  Between the playtesting of the designer (Craig Johnston) and myself we must have played 150 games (solitare) to the end yet the games stayed entertaining and engaging every time thaqnks to the secert variable setup and OBs and battleboard system.  The game was also blind (i.e. no help from me on the interface) tested successfully. 

  The interface has (hopefully) been improve over…

Continue

Added by Thomas A Stevenson on March 25, 2012 at 9:12pm — No Comments

Conversion of Jagdpanther Games to PC format

I am almost done with a highly revised computer version of Stephen Cole's "Siege of Leningrad".   "March on India" or Jacksonville: Beaches of Doom" have been suggest as the next candidate for conversion to PC format.  What would like to see?

Added by Thomas A Stevenson on March 19, 2012 at 10:47am — No Comments

Seven sided dice

A interesting thought experiment, what would the results look like from 'rolling' a 7 and 5 sided dice together as oppose to using two d6's.

 

Answer;

One 2 and 12

Two 3's and 11's

Three each of 4 and 9

Four each of 5 through 8!

And only 35 total outcomes.

 

Of course this would have to be done with a computer rather than physical dice (unless your willing to re-roll a higher sided…

Continue

Added by Thomas A Stevenson on March 11, 2012 at 10:17pm — 1 Comment

Help Center

Latest Activity

Joseph replied to Chuang Shyue Chou's discussion What are you reading?
"Read: "Before & After Alexander: The Legend and Legacy of Alexander the Great" by…"
3 hours ago
Steve K commented on Steve K's blog post Games I'm Playing 2020
"Tiny Battles' Okinawa! after one month: US 10th Army pushing against the Shuri Line."
yesterday
Joseph replied to John Kranz's discussion What are you playing?
"Played: "Sword of Rome" by GMT. Did not finish but all had lots of fun. Playing the new…"
Thursday
Profile IconGilles and PabloM joined ConsimWorld
Thursday
John Kranz posted a blog post
Thursday
Steve K commented on Steve K's blog post Games I'm Playing 2020
"The Saturday Group played GMT's "Sword of Rome".  Only made it through 2 turns…"
Tuesday
Steve posted a status
"Getting ready to play in Dallas."
Tuesday
Robert M Carroll updated their profile
Feb 17

Groups

Events

Members

CSW Related Links

© 2020   Created by John Kranz.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service