No, I am not going on a diet, but I have laid my hands on this 1991 Avalon Hill game. looks good, cant wait to give it a try.
If anyone has played it, your views and opinion would be good

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Comment by brian s. b. on August 4, 2010 at 2:27am
i never got any victory games, they started just as i was leaving
Comment by brian s. b. on August 4, 2010 at 2:17am
i don't know how i played the more complex games as a teen-i guess it is just easier to "learn" at a younger age-not 44! it's funny you got the smithsonian bulge.the only axis@allies game i have any interest in is their bulge one. roger you are on hexwar are you not? they have naw free and arnheim,cruisader, etc. for pay.
Comment by Roger Morley on August 4, 2010 at 2:13am
I must agree with you Brian, I to like the simpler be elegant games - mid scale in complexity (or less) and that will certainly be the case for now while I go through this re-training
Once i have played Arnhem, I think I will pick up Race to Tunis by GDW, as I bought this off ebay, or Crusader from the North Africa quad from SPI
Comment by brian s. b. on August 4, 2010 at 2:06am
i'm thinking of taking out a morgage to get WAR IN THE EAST 1ST ED.!
Comment by brian s. b. on August 4, 2010 at 2:02am
i would have liked panzerblitz in north afrika. i'm still waiting for the perfect barbarossa campaign game-doesnt have to be the whole war. i'm thinking of getting Defiant Russia: Operation Barbarossa, 1941,probably break down and get it next month. i tend to like very elegant simpler games -NAPatWAT,AFRIKA KORPS,BULGE '65 is exciting,but i hear bitter woods is much better. panzerblitz is about my limit for complexity,even
PL was slowed down by spotting rules. the first SQUAD LEADER@CROSS OF IRON esp.,were great. i may do a game like NAW but of the russian front,just make it really simple but with the correct OOB at the corps level,and
having to control the rails for a turn before you can use them-i'm reading how the gauge size for russian tracks was a different side. have stukas affect the crt,have "sieges"-ie air supply to surrounded cities. also, have some oil fields as part of any victory conditions.
Comment by Roger Morley on August 4, 2010 at 1:53am
Your are correct Brian. It would interesting to see the difference in the two games
Comment by brian s. b. on August 3, 2010 at 9:29pm
roger, i think carlos is talking about the 65' bulge-the one i have-there was a different 81 version and the smithsonian 91 version-which was kinda a mass market different game then the first 2....
Comment by Carlos Alberto Laport de Miranda on August 3, 2010 at 6:01pm
Sorry, Grumpy, I'm a Linux user, so, no Zun Tzu for me :(

And I don't have NATO, so, I guess I can't play, even with Vassal. Besides, my "gaming agenda" is full with Advanced Tobruk System, Lock'n Load, Wings of War, etc...
Comment by Roger Morley on August 3, 2010 at 5:35pm
Well, my game is safely under the sofa, time for bed... see you guys later
Comment by Roger Morley on August 3, 2010 at 5:34pm
That what I have assumed, so the VP goes to the Allies

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