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Video Review: “One-hour Wargames – Practical Tabletop Battles for those with limited time and space” by Professor Marco Arnaudo

Video Review: “One-hour Wargames – Practical Tabletop Battles for those with limited time and space” by Professor Marco Arnaudo

Other April 22, 2015 0

by Professor Marco Arnaudo Used with Permission

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“Bolt Action” Miniatures – A Boardgaming Way Review

“Bolt Action” Miniatures – A Boardgaming Way Review

Fred Manzo March 10, 2015 0

By Fred Manzo Bolt Action is a  set of World War II miniatures rules in the Flames of War tradition. Those familiar with the FoW franchise will immediately know what we are talking about. (E.G., one

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Washington Post: Re-creating the Battle of Waterloo, with 250,000 six-millimeter-tall toy soldiers

Washington Post: Re-creating the Battle of Waterloo, with 250,000 six-millimeter-tall toy soldiers

Other February 16, 2015 0

By Tom Dunkel Flowers are in full spring bloom outside Bruce Weigle’s Alexandria home, but inside it’s the dead of winter: January 1871 to be exact. Weigle is refereeing a step-back-in-time battle from the

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Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase Two (A Photo Essay)

Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase Two (A Photo Essay)

Fred Manzo May 12, 2014 2

  By Fred Manzo Or At Any Cost: Vogeldorf 2870 When  we last left our intrepid heroes their front line ran across the VERY badly damaged Vogelsdorf. Against this position, their ancient enemies, the

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Scale Model Show & Contest – NOREASTCON 43 – A Photo Essay

Scale Model Show & Contest – NOREASTCON 43 – A Photo Essay

Fred Manzo May 4, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo  Bob DeMaio and the Long Island Scale Model Society hosted a Scale Model Show at The American Airpower Museum in Farmingdale, New York this weekend (Sorry, no Zeds seem to have shown up).

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Wadi Vogell – The Prelude – (A Photo Essay of a Skirmish level miniatures war game)

Wadi Vogell – The Prelude – (A Photo Essay of a Skirmish level miniatures war game)

Fred Manzo May 2, 2014 0

  By Fred Manzo  Mike Vogell and I have been working on a skirmish level miniatures game involving American troops guarding a Middle – Eastern village for some time now. So far we’ve got

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Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase One (A Photo Essay)

Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase One (A Photo Essay)

Fred Manzo April 27, 2014 0

  By Fred Manzo The Battle of Vogelsdorf (Episode 1 of 2) Last night we fought the 149th battle of Vogellsdorf. This time the village was defended by a mixed force of Space Marines

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Cold Wars Miniatures Convention (2013) – A Photo Essay

Cold Wars Miniatures Convention (2013) – A Photo Essay

Fred Manzo March 23, 2014 0

By Fred W. Manzo Cold Wars 2013 Miniatures Convention This year, some of us from the Long Island area travelled down to Lancaster in order to take part in the Cold Wars festivities. Cold

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Flames of War: The World War II Miniatures Game – A Review from The Boardgaming Way

Flames of War: The World War II Miniatures Game – A Review from The Boardgaming Way

Fred Manzo March 23, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo Flames of War: The World War II Miniatures Game – Overview – Many players consider Flames of War to be an above average miniatures system for World War II skirmish-level combat. But, unfortunately,

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