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Lone Wolves

A group for those who like to play Solitaire Wargames. So, Lone Wolves, come together and form a pack ;-)

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Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2018

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Which games do you play solo? 17 Replies

Started by Patrick Carroll. Last reply by Bob Hamilton Sep 1, 2017.

UpFront Solo 5 Replies

Started by a c hayes. Last reply by Patrick Carroll Mar 18, 2012.

HFC Review: Space Hulk Death Angel (FFG) 1 Reply

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Comment by Dirty Harry on March 27, 2009 at 5:24am
Hey there all! Playing LOTR Reiner Kinzia, Ambush & card game Tank Commander Eastern Front Edition.
Comment by Patrick Carroll on February 1, 2009 at 6:51pm
Anybody out there? Seems like people are joining this group but not saying anything. Feel free to reply to one of the three discussion questions above.
Comment by Lawrence Hung on July 24, 2008 at 9:42am
Guess what, my latest solo experience is multiplayer game Pacific Typhoon.....

My next solo target: Macht und Ohnmacht.
Comment by Andreas Ludwig on May 28, 2008 at 4:58pm
I always wanted to have the time to play Carriers and Ambush but couldn't make it, although I once started an Ambush scenario and I did like it. Since I have a female wargamer at my side for FTF games every weekend and due to Vassal/Cyberboard PbEM & Online and Xbox 360 games online and singleplayer - well, not much time left for the real lone wolve games.
Comment by Eric Miller on April 28, 2008 at 11:56pm
Nice idea. I'm mainly forced to play solo. The nearest gamers are 200-300 miles away from me.
Comment by Peter Bennett on April 5, 2008 at 2:39pm
Yes, thanks for starting this group Andreas. I play solo for exactly the same reasons as Kim. Nice to know there's at least a few of us lone wolves.
Comment by Don Lazov on April 2, 2008 at 3:57pm
Like Kim I too enjoy solo games, fortunately there are a lot more gamers in the Chicagoland area, but I have always learned by playing solo in all games and when no one is around it's always great to play solo.
Comment by Kim Meints on April 2, 2008 at 3:44pm
Andreas,Thanks for starting this group. Solo is the main way I play my games,either for my own pleasure or for testing.I find it relaxing to play alone. No times to schedule play and if I want to take my time to play I can. Yes the two commanders know each other way too well for their own good-sometimes the surprise element isn't there but thats ok.most times I just want to relive history and learn more about a battle or campaign.Here in NE Iowa there aren't that many gamers and the old game club I belonged too ended back in the early 90's so solo play is more a necessity than an option for me.
But my games are like my books,I love to enjoy the nature of that subject I'm on and learn from and enjoy it.Plus always finding House/variant rules for a game is fun .many times this has to be done to truely enjoy the game solo.
 

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