The Wargamer

29 April 2017

Wings of Glory World War I and World War II Starter Sets - Game Review

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 1 JUL 2013 by Richard Martin

Richard Martin reviews Ares Games relaunched aerial combat game.

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Battle of Berezina

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 1 JAN 2013 by COL Bill Gray

A special scenario for miniature wargamers celebrating Napoleons final victory on Russian soil in 1812.

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Battle of Loubino Scenario

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 14 OCT 2012 by Bill Gray

The Battle of Loubino preceded the Battle of Borodino in 1812. Bill Gray presents this least known and yet most critical engagements of Napoleons 1812 campaign within a wargaming scenario.

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Second Battle of Bull Run - After Action Review

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 20 SEP 2012 by Martin Lampon

Two armies clashed in what would be known as the Second Battle of Bull Run: one Union and one Confederate. Now, 150 years later, we get together to recreate the battle in the Wargaming House. Can the Union commanders change history and claim victory? Or will the Confederates hold on until Longstreet arrives to lead the counterattack?

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Battle of Borodino - After Action Review

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 13 SEP 2012 by Martin Lampon

Martin Lampon assaults the Russian lines against fierce musketry fire in miniature, aided by friends and relatives at the "Wargames' Shed".

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Battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill) Scenario

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 3 SEP 2012 by Scott Mingus, Sr.

Scott Mingus, Sr. shares with us a revised version of his regimental-level American Civil War miniatures scenario on this brief, but decisive, battle.

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Gaming the War of 1812 Using 1:72-Scale Plastic Figures

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 17 AUG 2012 by Bob Barnetson

We get an introduction to wargaming the War of 1812 using 1:72-scale plastic miniatures through the words of new writer Bob Barnetson.

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An Introduction to Napoleonic Miniature Wargaming

MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 10 JUL 2012 by Martin Lampon

Martin Lampon shows us why Napoleonic miniature wargaming is so exciting and how one might get into it.

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