The Wargamer

26 May 2017

Sid Meiers Civilization: Beyond Earth Now Available for Windows PC

PRESS RELEASE posted on 24 OCT 2014 by Wargamer Staff

Shape the future of humanity on an alien planet in new sci-fi instalment of renowned, turn-based strategy franchise

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Close Combat: Gateway to Caen

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 4 AUG 2014 by Jim Cobb

What will be the last in the current series gets a Jim Cobb review

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With Musket and Tomahawk

BOOK REVIEW posted on 1 JUL 2014 by Paul Robinson

The Mohawk Valley Campaign in the Wilderness War of 1777

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Tanks, tanks and more tanks

FIRST IMPRESSIONS posted on 11 JUN 2014 by Nik Gaukroger

Obsidian Entertainment reveals Armored Warfare Role System

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Empires at War 1805

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 12 MAR 2014 by Wargamer Staff

Napoleonic browser strategy game review

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How to get started with Matrix Games World in Flames

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 NOV 2013 by Russell Harley

Russell Harley takes us through a newbies experience of starting with this monster game

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Advanced Civilization and I

BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 23 OCT 2013 by Russell Harley

Russell Harley writes about his love of this classic boardgame adapted for playing electronically

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World in Flames Exclusive Wargamer.com interview

INTERVIEW posted on 18 OCT 2013 by Wargamer Staff

The Wargamer talks to Harry Rowland, designer of legendary boardgame World in Flames, about the upcoming PC version

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Balance of Power

BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 5 JUL 2013 by Alex Berry

Alex Berry reviews this 19th century themed boardgame for The Wargamer.

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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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U-Boat Leader

BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 27 SEP 2012 by Scott Udell

Scott Udell dissects Dan Verssen Games' solitaire portrayal of the battle for the North Atlantic. Does it inflict the "just one more turn" syndrome, or does it sink to the bottom?

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