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[2 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]
Amateurs to Arms

Whole war coverage of the War of 1812 in CDG format.d

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[22 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]
1955: The War of Espionage Review

Two players take on the role of Master Spies as they attempt to use their country’s resources to sway the people of six countries into joining their faction.

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[12 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]
Lincoln’s War Review

“Lincoln’s War revolves around political influence points which can be used for a variety of purposes. Political influence can be banked, spent on activation, promotion, building naval assets, stockpiling combat resources, or goading a recalcitrant general into action.

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[13 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
Triumph of Chaos

CDG on the Russian Civil War, with roots in Paths of Glory and Days of Decision.

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[16 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
Paths of Glory (Video Review)

 
They called it the Great War. In over four years of titanic struggle, the ancient Europe of Kings and Emperors tore itself to pieces, giving birth to our own violent modern age. The bloody battles fought in the trenches of the Western Front, the icy plains of Poland, the mountains of the Balkans, and the deserts of Arabia, shaped the world we know today. We are all orphans of the Great War.
Paths of Glory: The First World War, designed by six-time Charles S. Roberts awards winner, Ted Raicer, allows players …

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[6 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
Napoleonic Wars (Video Review)

“The Napoleonic Wars, 1805 – 1815, brings you a fast-paced, tension-filled, card-driven wargame using a point-to-point movement system that pushes the envelope in a new direction for this pivotal period of history. Having a simple-to-learn strategic system and short rulebook, The Napoleonic Wars, can be played in an evening as the cards and Diplomatic Track make for tough decision-making in the face of everchanging enemy threats.

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[28 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]
Sword of Rome (Video Review)

This time, event cards and point-to-point maneuver enable up to four players to recreate the vicious struggles among the peoples of Italy and Sicily in 4th and 3rd Centuries BC.

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[5 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]
RAF: The Battle of Britain 1940 (A Video Review)

France has fallen. England stands alone against the might of a triumphant Germany, defended only by the Spitfire and Hurricane squadrons of the Royal Air Force. Hitler orders his mighty Luftwaffe to destroy the RAF in preparation for Operation Sealion – the invasion of England. German fighters and bombers fill the English skies and the RAF responds.

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[26 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]
Mr. Madison’s War

In June of 1812, Napoleon invaded Russia. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the young Republic of the United States declared war on Great Britain.

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[19 Dec 2012 | No Comment | ]
Hearts and Minds

Vietnam is a card-driven game covering the American buildup of troops and arms in Southeast Asia as to our decision to begin troop withdrawal: 1965-1975. The game is quick (3-6 hours) and clean (map using area movement) Hearts and Minds uses most major events of the period, including proposed events such as the Macnamara Line which was never actually built. Although nominally a combat game, the mechanics actually revolve around both sides occupying South Vietnamese provinces for propaganda purposes. The heart of the game is political influence. There is little …