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Several Ways with Schlieffen (A Boardgaming Way Review)

Several Ways with Schlieffen (A Boardgaming Way Review)

Paul Comben September 19, 2014 9

By Paul Comben My Five Games of 1914 in France and Belgium This is certainly not a comprehensive list of 1914 titles, as I can think of at least three or four others; but

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Over Crowded Beaches – A Boardgaming Way Review of “A Spoiled Victory: Dunkirk 1940”

Over Crowded Beaches – A Boardgaming Way Review of “A Spoiled Victory: Dunkirk 1940”

Paul Comben September 17, 2014 1

By Paul Comben Of Little Ships, Long Queues and the Luftwaffe in… “A Spoiled Victory: Dunkirk 1940” Designer: Hermann Luttmann and Paul Fish Publisher: White Dog Games According to some, this is where Hitler

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And Now For Something Completely Different ……

And Now For Something Completely Different ……

Hermann Luttmann September 11, 2014 0

By Hermann Luttmann …. Hammerin’ Sickles, a regimental-scale Gettysburg game! What? You say you already own a dozen Gettysburg games? And you currently have a multitude of games with all sorts of different  tactical American

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Hell’s Gate – A Boardgaming Way Review

Hell’s Gate – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman August 17, 2014 0

This is a different kind of game, and so it needs a different kind of review. Enjoy – Mitch HELL’S GATE Designer: Professor Philip Sabin Publisher:Victory Point Games A Review by Mitch Freedman Back

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What Happened to the Hood? – The Replays

What Happened to the Hood? – The Replays

Paul Comben August 1, 2014 1

By Paul Comben A slight change of plans here, owing to issues of space. The two games being used are Jack Greene’s The Royal Navy and Gary Graber’s Battleship Captain. Both games have relatively simple movement

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The France ’40 “Dynamo” Scenario – A Boardgaming Way replay

The France ’40 “Dynamo” Scenario – A Boardgaming Way replay

Robert DeMaio July 11, 2014 0

By Robert DeMaio Designer: Mark Simonitch Publisher: GMT Games (2013) An Allied Heart Pounder! When I first tried the Dynamo scenario from France ’40, I looked at the setup and assumed I was in for

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Paul Koenig’s The Bulge: 6th Panzer Army – A Boardgaming Way Review

Paul Koenig’s The Bulge: 6th Panzer Army – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman May 20, 2014 0

  By Mitch Freedman 6th Panzer Army Designer: Paul Koenig Publisher: Victory Point Games When I open a new game, the first thing I do is to look at the map and the neat rows

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HAMMERIN’ SICKLES – Detailed Sequence of Play – A Boardgaming Way Preview

HAMMERIN’ SICKLES – Detailed Sequence of Play – A Boardgaming Way Preview

Hermann Luttmann May 13, 2014 0

By Hermann Luttmann HAMMERIN’ SICKLES – Detailed Sequence of Play Hammerin’ Sickles is played in a series of Game Turns, the actual number of turns depends on the scenario selected. Every Game Turn (about

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Bannockburn 1314 – Blades & Axes: A Boardgaming Way Review (version 2.0)

Bannockburn 1314 – Blades & Axes: A Boardgaming Way Review (version 2.0)

Robert DeMaio May 11, 2014 0

By Robert DeMaio Bannockburn 1314 – Blades & Axes Publisher: Taktyka I Strategia Designer: Wojciech Zalewsk   Hear ye! Hear ye all commoners! Behold the finding of Bannockburn 1314 and three other medieval games designed by

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GMT places “At Any Costs: Metz 1870” on their P500 list.

GMT places “At Any Costs: Metz 1870” on their P500 list.

Other May 3, 2014 0

By the GMT staff “On the morning of August 16th, 1870 at the Gravelotte crossroads outside the fortress of Metz, Napoleon III, Emperor of the French Second Empire, turned over command of the Army

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