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Added by Michael Dorosh on August 30, 2011 at 6:27pm — No Comments
The newest issue of Line of Departure is now available. It is a theme issue, covering Modern Tactics: Land, Air and Sea. The lead review is of the newest edition of Hornet Leader, from Dan Verssen Games, followed by analysis of SPI's Air War, and strategy for Harpoon Classic, for the computer. …Continue
A very cool video from team Fantasard in New Zealand. There are not that many copies left in stock. If you want one, go to www.legionwargames.com
I had the opportunity today to play GMT's 2009 game 1805:Sea of Glory with my gaming friend Clyde Hayman. Clyde is not only an experienced gamer but also a Vietnam veteran who was a radar intercept officer in F105 Wild Weasels and also in F4s and F111s. He's a patriot and a great…Continue
Added by Anthony Hicks on August 26, 2011 at 6:50pm — No Comments
Holy smokes! Nearly a year since I last posted and, sadly, the tune's the same - Gaming time is still approaching zero. Just a few short scenarios with my buddy Ted in 11 months. Fortunately, it's looking as though fortune is smiling on me. While my job is moving into overdrive and consuming more hours and effort than I sometimes feel I can muster, and my daughter is officially a teenager (and all the drama and other assorted wonders that that life altering transition brings), my new…Continue
Playing World at War with my 7 year old. Okay, the rules we used were a little simplified but my kids enjoy it and it introduces them to the world of wargaming that their Daddy loves. [Picture included]
I have just received Gazala 1942, Blood and Thunder & Defense of Rorkes Drift. Gazala was bought new, and the other 2 from ebay - and they are unpunched, which is surprising. If anyone out there has ever played these games, please let me know of your thoughts about them, even if it is negative.
Really looking forward to getting my teeth into these games, and hopefully soon I should have some decent free time to play them.
I have had my eye on all 3 games for a while, so…Continue
John Curry, the UK publisher of the Classics of Wargaming series of reprints of importnat books needs help from a responsible wargamer in the Chicago area. He has been assembling informationand original materials related to the Fletcher Pratt Naval Wargame and its early players. One of those players, a Dan Dorcy, passed away some little time ago. Dan Dorcy played the Fletcher Pratt game extensively in the 1970's and John talked to him a couple of years ago. Sadly he…Continue
This scenario is unofficial!
Added by Fuki Goro on August 7, 2011 at 8:43pm — No Comments
This scenario is unofficail!
Added by Fuki Goro on August 7, 2011 at 8:39pm — No Comments
Added by Rex Brynen on August 5, 2011 at 1:52pm — No Comments
Matrix Games is reporting the death of Ian Trout today.
Ian Trout (1949-2011), President and co-founder of SSG, passed away today after losing his battle with cancer. Ian was the designer of most of SSG's games and his untimely death represents a huge loss to SSG and the games industry.
This game is a naval battle game that treats the Pacific Ocean region.
And, it is a game that can treat battleship "YAMATO".
The best liver is to be able to shoot it like liking cannons.It can enjoy knocking the enemy down with the cannon.
The torpedo doesn't become honest something useful.Because the torpedo usually becomes only a threat, it is possible to use it only for the course obstruction.
In a wordIt fires shells over the enemy, a fire is…Continue
Added by Fuki Goro on August 4, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments
Still cranking away on the Starter Kit stuff. Yeah I know...I am a scrub. Still we work in many rules from the big Binder Bible of ASL. Today I played Released From the East and the game came down to the wire. You can read all about it here:
The objective: I had to take two of three buildings from the Germans by the end of turn 6
The result: on the very last movement of the game…Continue
Added by Hudson on August 3, 2011 at 7:12pm — No Comments