INTERVIEW posted on 9 OCT 2012 by Scott Servant
Scott Servant, the winner of the Wargamer and Kalypso Media Contest, gets an opportunity to sit down with Mario Kroll, Vice President of Kalypso Media USA and Founder of The Wargamer, to ask a few questions about the beginnings of The Wargamer.
COMMUNITY NEWS posted on 8 OCT 2012 by Scott Servant
The winner of the Wargamer and Kalypso Media contest, Scott Servant, describes for us his stay in San Francisco and the Omerta - City of Gangsters press event.
VIDEO BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 6 OCT 2012 by Alex Berry
Alex Berry shares with us the Deluxe edition of this solitaire board game featuring Field Marshall Erwin Rommel's tank actions during World War 2.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 5 OCT 2012 by Paul Robinson
The mobility of the North African Campaign during World War 2 was unique in many ways. Paul Robinson gets his hands on a photographic history of the steal beasts that roamed the desert sands.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 3 OCT 2012 by Chris Reichl
Chris Reichl tells us about his experiences in the North African desert with the latest expansion to the Panzer Corps series. Does it portray the warfare of the "Desert Fox" accurately, or is it overly ambitious?
COMMUNITY NEWS posted on 2 OCT 2012 by Curtis Szmania
Two men took the challenge, and only one took the title. The Non-Staff and Staff conferences have met on the field of battle. Who was victorious? Who will have the honor of being the greatest general among us?
STRAIGHT FROM THE BETA TESTERS posted on 30 SEP 2012 by Michael Kollmann
Fury Software's beta tester Michael Kollmann shares with us his exclusive play-through with the expansion to Strategic Command World War 1. Is he able to change the outcome of the First World War, or will the Central Powers again submit because of internal and external pressures? This is Part 2.
STRAIGHT FROM THE BETA TESTERS posted on 29 SEP 2012 by Michael Kollmann
Fury Software's beta tester Michael Kollmann shares with us his exclusive play-through with the expansion to Strategic Command World War 1. Is he able to change the outcome of the First World War, or will the Central Powers again submit because of internal and external pressures? This is Part 1.
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?
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 25 SEP 2012 by Henrik Rothen
Henrik Rothen experiences operation Fall Blau through the new addition to the Decisive Campaigns series. Follow him as he strips down this Eastern Front jewel, finishing it off with a short, but teasing, AAR.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 24 SEP 2012 by Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson feels the wrath of Fall Blau, and witnesses the atrocities committed during the battle for Stalingrad, through the eyes of a Soviet sapper.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 SEP 2012 by Al Berke
Al Berke is on the defensive as he shares with us his experience with the latest DLC of Panzer Corps featuring the final months of the Third Reich, on the Eastern Front.
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?
BOOK REVIEW posted on 19 SEP 2012 by Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson explains for us his experience with a recent read of his which featured the naval blockade of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War.
VIDEO AAR posted on 18 SEP 2012 by Matthew Flanigan
Matthew Flanigan gets in Robert E. Lee's saddle and commands the Confederate forces that congregated near Antietam Creek on September 17th, against a more robust Union army. Is he able to maneuver his forces adequately enough to counter thee attacks of his enemy?
HISTORICAL ARTICLE posted on 17 SEP 2012 by John Dudek
The bloodiest single-day battle in American history was fought 150 years ago on this day. Come join us as John Dudek recreates what took place, using mere words.
MOBILE GAME REVIEW posted on 16 SEP 2012 by James Tanaleon
We get a wargamer's take on a remake of an Atari classic American Civil War game now available on the iPad, through James Tanaleon's words.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 15 SEP 2012 by Paul Robinson
To the depths of Russia Paul Robinson heads, equipped with eyewitness accounts and memoirs of the horrors of war and the disastrous French retreat.
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".
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 11 SEP 2012 by Martin Lampon
Using John Tiller's Battleground Napoleonic Wars, Martin Lampon plays out the Battle of Shevardino Redoubt. This battle was fought on a prelude to the Battle of Borodino and was fought just two days prior.