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The Siege of the Fortified Islands of Manila Bay 1942

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In todays post-modern world, applicability to "real life" is the utilitarian credo that determines whether or not something is worthwhile. In other words, many people today tend to make distinctions between something that is “useful” and something that is a “distraction” as if the former is good and the latter should be avoided. How many times have we been told that games are a useless distraction? I am sure we have all heard it at least once or any of us who have not heard it probably get away with such a thing because we game covertly and out of sight of colleagues or family. I think we have also heard the pushback several times. I think we have heard "but this game is very applicable to so many other levels!" that promoters of gaming reassure us with.

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Beta of Frontline The Longest Day has just landed on the Slitherine beaches

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The Race For the Sea

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The Battle of Ypres Autumn 1914

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Wargamer.com interview Richard Bodley Scott about Pike and Shot

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Highway to Hell!

18 Sep 2014 0

A diabolical strategy game is announced and ready for beta.

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A new sci-fi tactical game is now ready for beta!

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Battle Academy 2 gets trailers and Steam page

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German Motor Torpedo Boats in WWII

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Battle of the Bulge, Drive on Moscow and Desert Fox developer added to the wargaming sectors largest publishing group

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