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Wings of War, World War I: Aerial Duel

by Russ Lockwood Designer: Andrea Angiolino, Pier Giorgio Paglia Artist: Vincenzo Auletta, Dario Calì, Fabio Maiorana Publisher: Edge Entertainment, Fantasy Flight Games, Galakta, Mad Man’s Magic Dan and I pulled out Wings of War, a clever WWI aerial dogfight game using 1/144-scale plastic aircraft on a base, maneuver cards slugged to the aircraft, and a […]

How the West Was Saved BoardgamingLife Review

by Paul Comben Designer Stephen Pole Publisher: Strategemata: Game Simplicity Meets the Historically Complex Other than knowing when it took place and what the overall outcome was, I must admit I had very little previous knowledge of the Russo-Polish War of 1920. Reading through a few introductory texts did, however, confirm one thing that I […]


Decision At Kasserine: Rommel’s Last Chance, Designer Signature Edition marks the return of a true wargaming classic by Vance von Borries first published in 1983, faithfully remastered and updated with this all-new, supersized edition. Hailed by many as of the premier entry in the popular Battles for North Africa series, this two-player operational level simulation covers the WWII German and Italian offensive in central Tunisia which took place in mid-February 1943.

How the West was Saved: the Russo – Polish War, April – October 1920

How the West was Saved: the Russo - Polish War, April - October 1920

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“The most fertile ground for revolution was Germany. Humiliated by defeat in World War One, awash with unemployed and disaffected soldiers, political dissension had escalated into mob violence. Lenin decided to send Bolshevik troops to assist fellow socialist revolutionaries in Germany.

Between Russia and Germany lay Poland. War was inevitable…”

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