I tried to play a bunch of games - but now that I'm back into war games (and other table top gaming) I just can't play computer games.
I work on a PC all day at work, and lately it seems all I want to do is to read and if I get a chance - look at or play with my board games.
WOW... At least now I can save money. Insttad of a new PC every year it can go to games....
Added by Andy Brown on March 8, 2009 at 3:44pm —
I see a lot of specific groups but none seem very active.
And what would the limits be - is Tide Of Iron a wargame, is the old Fuedal a war game? do mini's count?
We could leverage the infrastrcuture of CSW social (I think it is easier to navigate than the forums). Or is the social networking on individuals the way to go?
I'll be thinking more on this tonight.
Added by Andy Brown on March 8, 2009 at 3:39pm —
Would comparing the quality of a war game to FFG games be an insult? Seems like some war game folks are real sensitive about that.... Hmmm.....
Added by Andy Brown on March 6, 2009 at 6:52pm —
I have cats, I love animals but we own cats cause we like cats and they are low maintenence - I have a high stress job so nice not to have to worry about them (no need to walk them!)
But I really like them and get a kick out of their ways, One thing I've noticed is how many war gamers (who are generally male a stereotype but hey its's true) have and like cats.
So why is that? Even my wife seemed to notice a lot of wargamers like cats - so whats up with that???
Added by Andy Brown on March 6, 2009 at 6:48pm —