Indian Tactics for Game Turn 1 Overview Success, for the Indian player in King Philip’s War seems to be heavily […]
By Harvey Mossman Everything Old Is New Again A few years ago I took my family to a […]
First Impressions of King Philip’s War Multiman Publishing recently released its latest strategy board game King Philip’s War, designed by […]
Overview NATO: The Next War in Europe, one of the “modern” era board war games produced by Victory […]
Designer Responses to Battle for Baghdad Rules Questions Responses by MCS Group Questions by Harvey Mossman and Mark D. Q: What […]
Errata for “The Third World War”, as of July 10, 1984 By GDW Rule Book Expanded Sequence of […]
The Third World War: Battle for Germany is part of a series of GDW games that postulated a world wide war between America and the Soviet Union in the late 1980’s to early 1990’s. I had seen this game over the years in gaming stores, magazine articles, eBay, etc, and it always looked interesting to me. Finally, a friend brought the game to my house and we decided to give it a shot.
General Errata and Clarifications By Multiman Publishing This is a compilation of errata that shipped with the game, […]
A Long Overdue Review
Vietnam: 1965-1975 is a board game based simulation of the entire American conventional military intervention in Vietnam from 1965, when the first regular ground formations were committed, to the ultimate victory of the North Vietnamese Army at the fall of South Vietnamese capital city of Saigon in 1975.
Strange Bedfellows – Sunni/Shiite Cooperation in Battle for Baghdad For both the Sunni and Shiite players in MCS Group’s Battle […]