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French language wargaming site HistoriaGames have conducted an interview with The Big Three of the Slitherine Group and have very kindly agreed that we can carry an English version of the interview here on Wargamer.com. So many thanks to Michel Ouimet for that and we hope our readers will find this illuminating.

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Released back in November 2014, Slitherine’s Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon has been expanded 4 times and has now been converted to the iPad.

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A few months ago we brought you news of a Kickstarter project being run by Mark H. Walker’s new company, Flying Pig Games, for a game called Night of Man. Well now the game is available.

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Each member of the Old Guard was a highly trained and experienced soldier, a formidable sight on any battlefield. Almost always above average height (1.85 metres (6 ft 1 in)) and being imposingly well-built, a member of the Old Guard was taught to fight unlike any other soldier in the French Army. Any cowardly tendencies or otherwise cautious habits would be thoroughly purged through the help of longer and more intense training, often including advanced bayonet and hand-to-hand combat techniques. The Old Guard earned its fearsome reputation through the many military engagements of the Napoleonic Wars, from the Battle of Ligny, to the Battle of Dresden to the famous, and final, Battle of Waterloo.

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In a piece of faultless timing HexWar have just released the digital edition of Decision Games’ Wellington’s Victory on iPad, iPhone and Mac!

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As announced today at Slitherine HQ there is a simultaneous refight of the decisive battle using the recently released Scourge of War: Waterloo PC game and the Field of Glory: Napoleonic miniature wargames rules.

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Those who follow us on Twitter (and if not, why not … @Wargamerdotcom) you will have seen a few pictures of a miniatures wargame being set up on a large table all bearing a resemblance to a certain battlefield that was of some importance 200 years ago tomorrow …

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Last week we discussed the vast improbability of Napoleon’s 100 day reign which came to a rather dismal end at the Battle of Waterloo. And I find it fascinating that the timely demise of my favorite Emperor rests squarely at the hands of my favorite General. Much like the Civil War started and ended in Wilmer McLean’s front yard, there’s a tidy karmic element to that relationship which simply seems right!

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In keeping with the Sales Season, what with Steam’s Monster Summer Sale and Matrix Games’ Summer Sale, we are pleased to bring you the third of our very own Giveaways courtesy of the good people at HexWar.

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Sales, like buses, seem to all come at the same time. At the same time that Steam announce their Monster Summer Sale, Matrix Games announce their own summer sale.

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