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As well as the newly announced Pike and Shot Campaigns, the Slitherine/Matrix/Ageod group also have another Early Modern period game in the works – Ageod’s Thirty Years War.

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Ageod are often the forgotten part of the Slitherine/Matrix/Ageod empire, which is rather unfair as they produce some excellent grand strategy games. Games like Civil War II (see our review) and To End All Wars are well worth taking the time to get to know. And now they have taken a step back in time and are turning their attention to the Thirty Years War.

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Recent times have been a bit sparse for fans of the really big, hard core strategy format. Lots of strategy and wargames released for sure, but the grognards have been a bit left out. Matrix Games’ Gary Grigsby's War in the West has been one of the few able to scratch the new game itch of the most hard core of the hard core. Now there is news of an update and, even better, of an expansion.

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Ageod is what you get when two French guys called Philippe decide to make grand strategy games together. Here the creators of To End Al Wars, Civil War II, Alea Jacta Est and many other games talk to Jean Marciniak about the company and some of their catalogue.

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Last week we published Wargamer.com stalwart Matthew Flanigan’s video of the first part of his play through of one of the scenarios from Ageod’s recently released Breaking The Deadlock expansion to their To End All Wars WW1 mega-game. This week the war continues to rage in the Balkans and, as the title suggests, Belgrade is in a spot of bother.

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It’s only a couple of days since Ageod released their first DLC for their World War 1 strategic uber-title, To End All Wars, the cunningly named To End All Wars: Breaking the Deadlock. Even though it is so new this hasn’t stopped Wargamer.com stalwart Matthew Flanigan from diving straight into the new scenarios and producing a video of how is getting along. We’d previously commented that the base game where you play the whole war could be a bit intimidating, so let’s see what Matthew thinks about this issue and others as he plays the new release.

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In August 2014, a century on from the real war, Ageod released To End All Wars, their strategic game of the whole of World War 1. Now a whole war on the scale of WW1 is a rather daunting affair to say the least and it looks like the folks over at Ageod have realised that this may be a barrier to some when considering the game. Their response has been to create a number of smaller scale scenarios of various parts of the war and release these as an expansion pack.

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Gary Grigsby's War In The West Scenario - Battleground Italy

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Gary Grigsby's War In The West Scenario - Battleground Italy

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Wargamer.com interview the developers

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