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Galaxy Trucker – A Boardgaming Way Review

Galaxy Trucker – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman October 12, 2014 0

By Mitch Freedman  Trucker’s Guide to the Galaxy Game by Vlaada Chvatll Translation by Jason Holt Published by Rio Grande Games (2007) Its hard to decide just what to call the Trucker’s Guide, which

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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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1914 – Before the Leaves Fell (An Essay)

1914 – Before the Leaves Fell (An Essay)

Paul Comben September 13, 2014 2

By Paul Comben  An Evaluation of Initial German and French Strategy on the Western Front Like many a student of military history, I spent years believing in something called “The Schlieffen Plan.” It was

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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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Notes on WBC 2014 – A Photo Essay

Notes on WBC 2014 – A Photo Essay

Fred Manzo August 23, 2014 2

By Fred Manzo   WBC – 2014 The World Boardgaming Championship (WBC) is a gaming convention held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania every summer that a bunch of us from Long Island have been attending for

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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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Darkest Night – A Boardgaming Way Review

Darkest Night – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman August 1, 2014 0

By Mitch Freedman Designed by Jeremy LennertDeveloped by Noelle Le Bienvenu Published by Victory Point Games (VPG) There is a whole class of games that deal with a world of fantasy, with demons and trolls

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What Happened to the Hood? (Part II) – An Analysis

What Happened to the Hood? (Part II) – An Analysis

Paul Comben July 31, 2014 2

By Paul Comben In the first part of this analysis, I looked at the events leading up  to those fateful  minutes in the Denmark Strait, and then at the  course of the battle itself. In

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Ivanhoe – A Boardgaming Way Review

Ivanhoe – A Boardgaming Way Review

Donald Allen July 25, 2014 0

By Donald Allen Designers: Reiner Knizia and Andy Lewis Publisher: GMT (2000) Ivanhoe comes from GMT. One of the things I truly love about GMT is their Living Rules.  The GMT website makes the

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