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War Diary Magazine Issue #18
A new wargaming magazine, but decidedly old-school in our approach.
Published quarterly, WAR DIARY magazine publishes no games but instead concentrates on thoroughly examining existing games from a wide range of game publishers, both large and small. Each issue contains historical articles with tie-ins to gaming topics; new game scenarios, variants, and expansions; game and book reviews; interviews with notable gaming personalities; and articles on game strategy and good play. Contributors include an interesting mix of both well-known and new writers, each with a unique perspective.
THE WINTER SOLDIERS: The Battles of Princeton and Trenton, 1776-1777 by John Heim. The designer of The Day is Ours: The Battle of Princeton, 1777, looks at the historical background of these two iconic battles.
BROTHERHOOD & UNITY: A Review by John D. Burtt. This time the esteemed reviewer looks at this game of modern war in Bosnia.
RETURN TO THE ROCK: Corregidor, 1945 by Michael Rinella. The noted game designer presents an overview of this Pacific War battle, with some notes on gaming this unique battle.
A LEADERSHIP VARIANT FOR THE NAPOLEONIC 20 SERIES by George Kasnic. Rules for introducing leaders into this Napoleonic game series.
ADVENTURES IN DIE-CUTTING by Andy Loakes. An introduction to do-it-yourself die-cutting.
ON GAMING: Alternate History and Game Design by Lewis Pulsipher. The game designer and pundit looks at how alternative history and gaming go together.
TAKING CAVALRY FOR A RIDE: Optional Cavalry Employment in the Atlanta Campaign by Paul Comben. Here the developer of the game introduces new rules for the realistic employment of cavalry units.
THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN: Rule Clarifications.
WITH THIS ISSUE: Cards for The Atlanta Campaign and Napoleonic 20 Variant by Blackwell Hird
Präsentationsort im Laden: Ihr findet mich im Regal W17.