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The Best Portable for Wargames?

EDITORIAL posted on 15 FEB 2013 by Scott Parrino

Scott Parrino puts in his two cents on what is the best portable device for wargaming.

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How Different System Components Handle the Most Graphic Intensive Wargames

EDITORIAL posted on 2 AUG 2012 by Andy Houghton

Andy Houghton from Digital Storm, a maker of customized computer systems, shares with us how your computer hardware can affect your PC wargaming experience.

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Battle of the Bismarck Sea and Changing History

EDITORIAL posted on 29 MAR 2012 by Curtis Szmania

Curtis Szmania brings another history lesson to the Wargamer with the Battle of the Bismarck Sea...and then changes history in his AAR using HPS Simulations' Naval Campaigns: Guadacanal.

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Wargamer's Wargame of the Year 2011 Awards

EDITORIAL posted on 29 FEB 2012 by Scott Parrino

The time has come to name the best PC and tabletop wargame of 2011!

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Battle of Verdun and Changing History

EDITORIAL posted on 24 FEB 2012 by Curtis Szmania

Curtis Szmania gives the Wargamer a bit of a history lesson the Battle of Verdun...and then promptly changes history in the same battle with Operational Art of War III.

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Command Ops: Highway to the Reich Scenario List

EDITORIAL posted on 25 JAN 2012 by The Wargamer

Wargamer gets a bit of a peek into the scenario list for the upcoming pausable real-time strategy game expansion from Panther Games.

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Battle of Isandlwana and Video AAR

EDITORIAL posted on 21 JAN 2012 by Curtis Szmania

Curtis Szmania serves up a double-helping of wargamer fun with a historical article on the Battle of Isandlwana and a video AAR to go along with the historical battle!

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Darren Buckley (1966 - 2011)

EDITORIAL posted on 30 AUG 2011 by Scott Parrino

Darren Buckley, well-known for his passion in wargames and for Harpoon 3's extensive database, passed away earlier this month.

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Ian Trout (1949 - 2011)

EDITORIAL posted on 3 AUG 2011 by Scott Parrino

Beloved developer, strategy game enthusiast and co-founder of Strategic Studies Group Ian Trout sadly passed away this morning.

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Fourth of July Remembrance: American Revolution Wargames

EDITORIAL posted on 3 JUL 2011 by Wargamer Staff

The Wargamer staff, in remembrance and celebration of the Fourth of July, would like to recommend a few wargames to check out to get into the mood of the American Revolution.

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Fourth of July Remembrance: American Revolution Books

EDITORIAL posted on 3 JUL 2011 by Wargamer Staff

The Wargamer staff, in remembrance and celebration of the Fourth of July, would like to recommend a few book titles to check out to get into the mood of the American Revolution.

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The iPad and Wargame Manuals

EDITORIAL posted on 20 JUN 2011 by Scott Parrino

Scott Parrino breaks out the iPad for one of its useful features for those have digital wargame manuals but want the convenience of a physical one.

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Panzer Corps Multiplayer - Developer Diary

EDITORIAL posted on 17 JUN 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Multiplayer content developer Kerensky drops in to bring us the latest developer diary on the multiplayer aspect of Panzer Corps, the upcoming World War 2 turn-based strategy spiritual successor to the popular Panzer General series.

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Close Combat Pathfinder Updates

EDITORIAL posted on 13 JUN 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Jim Martin, Project Leader over the Close Combat remakes drops in with an article on the important pathfinder updates and the challenges they had to overcome.

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Advanced Tactics - Gold Edition Developers Diary

EDITORIAL posted on 8 APR 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Wargamer gets its hands on an inside look into Advanced Tactics - Gold Edition from designer Victor Reijkersz.

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Slitherine-Matrix European Press Event

EDITORIAL posted on 7 APR 2011 by Eddy Sterckx

Eddy Sterckx travels to Italy to catch the Slitherine-Matrix European Press Event in Varese, Italy to see what to expect this year for new strategy titles as well as releases for portable consoles.

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Time of Fury - Developers Diary Part 3

EDITORIAL posted on 29 MAR 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Wargamer is proud to bring Part 3 of the developer diary from Wastelands Interactive, a Polish developer that is bringing a deep and massive World War II strategy experience in Time of Fury.

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Time of Fury - Developers Diary Part 2

EDITORIAL posted on 22 MAR 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Wargamer is proud to bring Part 2 of the developer diary from Wastelands Interactive, a Polish developer that is bringing a deep and massive World War II strategy experience in Time of Fury.

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Time of Fury - Developers Diary Part 1

EDITORIAL posted on 17 MAR 2011 by Wargamer Staff

Wargamer is proud to bring this developer diary from Wastelands Interactive, a Polish developer that is bringing a deep and massive World War II strategy experience in Time of Fury.

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First Look: Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem

EDITORIAL posted on 22 NOV 2010 by Scott Parrino

What do you get when you take the strategy classic Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far and bring it up to modern spec with a load of new features? You get a timeless classic that not only retains its nostalgic taste but has been turned into a completely new monster. That monsterís name is Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem.

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