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At 7:33am on March 4, 2008, Gerald-Markus Zabos said…
John, thanks for the welcome. I have not played "Breakout Normandy" yet, but i will play it a few days before i depart to CSW Expo 2008 in May. I've heard about Hexacon, but since it is quite a ride to Braunfels, i avoided going there. So, this might change this year - if i come back from CSW Expo, Braunfels will be just a short trip, i guess.
At 5:44am on March 4, 2008, Kim Kanger said…
Hi John,

Great work you have done here, creating this site!
At 4:13am on March 4, 2008, Nicola Contardi said…
John, thanks to you ... it seems that work is never enough to you!
At 10:37pm on March 3, 2008, Joel Tamburo said…
I found it at a hobby shop back when (I was 15 years old). The topic was intriguing so I saved up and bought it. I actually learned how to play it as well. Then I saw another game called Squad Leader, and so it went.
At 10:32pm on March 3, 2008, Andy Brown said…
Heard of it - never played - wasn't it a "generic" system if I remember
At 10:03pm on March 3, 2008, Ian Engstrom said…
Thanks for making this site available. This looks to be a fun addition to CSW!
At 9:51pm on March 3, 2008, Neil Smark said…
Pacific War no its not up there but War in the Pacific does. A good game maybe with too much dice throwing though
At 8:42pm on March 3, 2008, sergio zayas jr said…
Thanks John, I've been playing wargames since 1970 findly settled down to a few.
At 5:34pm on March 3, 2008, Chad Jensen said…
Thanks for the kind welcome, John. My wife and I looove pugs but can't have one in our current digs. As soon as we get a house of our own, though.... :-)
At 5:02pm on March 3, 2008, Andreas Lundin said…
How many gamers I know?

Well that's a really good question. In my region I'd say 5-10 people. But we play regularly at small conventions and then it'r not regional anymore - but national. But the hangarounds at those occasions vary from 20 to 50 people I'd say.
At 3:06pm on March 3, 2008, Allen Doum said…
It would be nice if there was an easy link to the News and Regular Forum
At 2:05pm on March 3, 2008, Andreas Ludwig said…
I've a problem with the support page John. I have added two questions to the EotS section, but only one appeared. The second one was posted wrongly in the general section and therefore closed by me. I then added the question again in the game section, but it didn't show up in the open questions box. I thought it might be possible that using the same title as the closed question could be a prob, so I did post it again with a different title - it still doesn't show up. What's my mistake here?
At 1:34pm on March 3, 2008, Andreas Ludwig said…
You're welcome John, the more info the better I'd say. Life's a game and I will play to my last turn ;-)
At 1:04pm on March 3, 2008, Mark Mahaffey said…
Thanks, John! Having fun so far. BTW, have you attended ORIGINS lately? Worthwhile for me to go yu think?
At 11:37am on March 2, 2008, Eric Walters said…
John,
Oh, I have very fond memories of SPI's OPERATION TYPHOON. I remember getting it in the mail and not being all that impressed with the map (felt too generic to me, kind of like the ATLANTIC WALL map), but once the pieces were punched out and set up, the game came to life. And what a pleasure to play. So glad to see the system make a comeback with NES's KILLING GROUND and OPERATION OVERLORD add-on, but it was OPERATION TYPHOON that got me into playing the smaller WESTWALL games (none of which were as good as TYPHOON was, however, although SICILY came close). Not too many monstergames have that kind of breadth, size, and scope with such a relatively small cost in playing time--as you say, you can get a game done over a three-day weekend (or two very long days on a normal weekend if you have four players).
At 8:23pm on March 1, 2008, Rich Phares said…
John,
No. I wouldnt have your old desk if I was. I finished the Pentagon job end of December, and I am working at corporate on other projects now.
At 10:30pm on February 29, 2008, Kaarin Engelmann said…
I really like your work on the new site. I'll certainly help out with a BPA/WBC group. I look forward to spending many hours socially networking here :)
At 10:13pm on February 29, 2008, Matt said…
John,

Thanks for the comment.

Is there any 7th Fleet play-by-email version for Macs?
At 7:41pm on February 29, 2008, Rick Young said…
Thanks for the welcome John. Expo will be great this year, can't wait!
At 2:11pm on February 29, 2008, Andreas Ludwig said…
I'm not familiar with Marvel Heroes...I'll have to google it and see what it's all about.>>

Go here:

http://www.homefrontcenter.de/English/marvelheroes_review_1_Denny.html

;-)

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