Napoleon Returns keeps itself on the right side of the line between being a proper wargame as opposed to a game with some war in it, and in doing so delivers a rather spiffy and valid experience.
Waterloo 1815: Napoleon’s Last Battle-A Boardgaming Life Review
Paul Comben takes a look at the inaugural design of a new company, Trafalgars Editions. and their simulation of the Battle of Waterloo which combines elements of miniatures with traditional historical board war game mechanics.
Waterloo 200: A Board gaming Life Review
By Paul Comben Publisher Vento Nuovo Games Designer Emanuele Santandrea (Some images courtesy of BoardgameGeek.com) Inevitably, some games on some subjects have us searching
Small But Perfectly Formed – A Boardgamimg Life review of W1815
By Paul Comben Designer Hannu Uusitalo Publisher U&P Games at http://upgames.fi/home/ (some images courtesy of BoardGameGeek at http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/175360/w1815) I cannot help but think that
Several Ways with The Hundred Days
By Paul Comben This is a simply a light look at all the Waterloo campaign games I have owned and played over the years.
Waterloo – An Utter Waste of Time
by Paul Comben According to Helmuth von Moltke, no military plan ever survived first contact with the enemy. According to the Duke of Wellington,