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[27 May 2013 | No Comment | ]
Duel of the Eagles (Video Review)

The game requires the players to maintain supply lines, both to rally units that are shaken or low on ammo and to achieve the victory conditions.

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[23 Mar 2013 | No Comment | ]
Into the Bastards! (Video Review)

April 1918 – The German Michael offensive, launched in Picardy, is peaking. Reaching the gates of Amiens, the Kaiser’s troops threaten to definitively breakthrough the Allied Lines.

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[1 Sep 2012 | One Comment | ]
Reds! (A Video Review)

Reds! is a two-player wargame covering these dramatic events from August 1918 to the start of 1921, when the last organized opposition to Red rule outside the far east was destroyed.
The single large-hex map stretches from Warsaw in the west to Omsk in the east and from Murmansk in the north to Tashkent in the south. Across this vast expanse, players maneuver a colorful array of combat units representing various White factions, Anarchists, Nationalists, Alied Intervention Forces, the two divisions of the Czech Legion, and six Polish armies.
Units range from armies …

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[4 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
Almeida & Bussaco (A Video Review)

In April 1810, Napoléon entrusted to Masséna, the hero of Aspern and Wagram, the mission of driving Wellington out of Portugal.

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[16 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Nuklear Winter 68 (A Video Review)

Surviving Nazi leaders and Wehrmacht forces resurface in 1968 from underground shelters to rebuild an empire from the ashes of the world.

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[22 May 2012 | One Comment | ]
Fuentes de Onoro (A Video Review)

Fuentes de Onoro 1811 focus on the last events of the fight between Masséna and Wellington in Portugal and Spain. It includes three battles: Foz do Arouce, Fuentes de Oñoro and El Bodon 1811 which are thus be the 32nd, 33rd and 34th battles of the series.