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Continuing the Record . . .
Wakefield Set-Up - 1460. The Yorkists approach.
1st St. Albans 1455-Lancastrians lose, Yorkists turn the flank.
Playing Blood & Roses (GMT). Men of Iron system is fairly easy & quick to play. Some real infantry slugging matches in this box!
Loot from CSW Expo 2018. The Big Push was just issued at the convention. No Retreat was from the Flea Market ($30!).
Great time seeing some of my old gaming friends at CSW and attending the seminars. Played:
War Galley (the big Side scenario for a Monster Game)
Chariots of Rome
The Big Push
Also got to shoot down 2 P47s with my Japanese ace at the Down in Flames table on Saturday.
Camperdown 1797 (Flying Colors): The Dutch break for shallow water, British pursue.
The Romans counter-attack. The Britons are thinning out.
The 1975 classic Battle for Germany (SPI). In a 3-player version, the Germans held Berlin until the last turn. Here’s what it looked like before the Russians took
Berlin for a 27-25 victory.
Bannavento 60 A.D. from Warrior Queen. The Britons attack.
The Romans coming ashore at Iona Insulis - Warrior Queen (GMT GBOH module). The Britons eventually broke.
Played the "Clear" scenario in '65. US was losing until his M48 got 3 PT76 kills to achieve the 9 NVA losses required. Fun game!
An old Avalon Hill classic - Civilization, from around 1982. Expanding your civ from the Stone Age until - ? The full game takes a while to play, but our group enjoyed it.
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Toulon 1793 Review
The Big Push (new from Hollandspiele)
World at War, Issue 61: Peaks of the Caucasus (new from Decision Games)
Platoon Commander Bundle Offer
America Falling: The Coming Civil War (new from One Small Step)
One Small Step Summer Sales Event
Lock ‘n Load Tactical v5.0 Core Rules (new from Lock ‘n Load Publishing)
Fort Sumter Replay [video]
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Iron Curtain Review
Landkreuzer P.1500 “Monster”
Military Communications 1895-1918
Iraqi Estimates and Dispositions 1991
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