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Last Wing Leader scenario of the year - "Singapore Sling". The Brits did a little better than historical, shooting down a couple of Sallys, while the Japanese barely scratched the airfield target. British victory!
Another Decisive Loss to the Royalists in Cruel Necessity. Have never come close in this game yet.
Wing Leader - Stalingrad Airlift: A number of Heinkels were shot down, but the Bf109F escort chased off the Russian interceptors so most of the transports delivered the goods. Still lovin' this game!
Wing Leader - Arrows Against Gladiators: Gladiators shot down one G.50, while the Blenheims did "heavy" damage to the Italian supply dump. Almost perfectly historical outcome!
I think you should add to your "fun 4-player game of Villainous Vikings" comment who the "greatest Viking of history" was.
Wing Leader - Here Come the Last 50 Spitfires! A big air battle. The British Big Wing shot down 2 German fighters and 11 bombers vs Germans shot down 8 fighters got 3+ squadrons of bombers off the map. Big British victory!
Also - a fun 4-player game of Villianous Vikings (VPG).
Forbidden Stars - The World Eaters await the Ultramarines gathering to attack the Chaos home system. The homeworld fell to multiple orbital strikes followed up by an armored ground assault. Cool!
"And the Chaos Marines went down to defeat!" That's all I'm sayin'.
Start of "Shark Attack" Wing Leader scenario. The Allies shot down 7 Axis planes (historical), the Axis also got 7 (slightly better than historical) but most of the Stukas exited in good order - Axis victory.
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A Pragmatic War (new from Compass Games)
U.S. Navy Plan Red Publisher’s Preview
SWWAS Bismarck: Scenarios and History, Part One
Commands & Colors Tricorne: Jacobite Rising (Compass Games Preorder)
Yaah! Magazine, Issue 13 (Flying Pig Games Preorder)
Tactical Genius: A Look at Fields of Fire Review
Gen Con interviews Columbia Games [video]
Ardennes ’44 Unboxing [video]
Captain Dave’s Top 10 Requests For Wargame Designers & Developers
Mentioned in Dispatches, Special Summer 2019 Edition [podcast]
No Enemies Here: Interview with Mark Herman [video]
The Devil’s to Pay Review
Table Battles Expansion No. 4: English Civil War (new from Hollandspiele)
The Battle of Marathon (490 BC)
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