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Almost all of HexWar's Tank Battle series for iOS Universal is on sale for $1/each through Sunday.

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We like to categorize things and put round-shaped objects into round-shapes holes. Its what lets us build a catalogue of all the species on the planet but it is not necessarily a useful habit when it comes to trying to make sense of companies such as HexWar Games.

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HexWar unleashed their new engine last week with the release of Tank Battle: 1944 on Steam for PC/Mac, and we've got 10 Steam Keys to give away so you can start playing.

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As the hot North African desert sun began to set on the night of 20 November 1941, two battered tanks, all that remained of a squadron of American built Stuart M-3 light tanks were laagered in a defensive position for the night. Three exhausted gritty, dust-covered British tankers were seated, leaning against the side of their tank nick-named "Old Bill" while the fourth crewman sat up in the turret providing over watch and monitoring the radio. They'd had the devil's own day after a fierce day long battle with the German 15th Panzer Division.

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First there was Armageddon where the main forces of the Imperium of Man were the Armageddon Steel Legion. Then came the Salamander Space Marines followed by the Blood Angels. Now it is the turn of the third, and we think final, chapter to have a pop at the invading Orks – the Ultramarines.

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My favorite editor Nik and I were engaged in a brief email conversation when we somehow slid into the subject of our compatriots’ apparent obsession with World War II. The funny thing was, though I really hadn’t thought about that possibility prior to our exchange, the idea utterly intrigued me! So I thought I’d apply my massive investigative journalistic skills towards determining if such an infatuation actually existed. Did we wargamers harbor a particular fascination for the last global conflagration?

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The Siege of Tobruk lasted some 241 days from 10 April 1941 until 27 November of the same year. During the entire siege Tobruk remained a painful thorn in the side of German Lieutenant General Erwin Rommel who desperately needed that key sea port town to provide vital logistical support for his far flung Afrika Korps in order to continue his military offensive against the British into Egypt. His closest base of logistical support lay in the port of Tripoli, almost a thousand miles away across North Africa. Everything necessary to sustain his army in battle had to travel on a long, arduous overland trip oftentimes in the teeth of Allied air support.

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Battle Academys sequel is out now!

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Wargamer.com review Battle Academy 2

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New writer Russell Sakne reports about his experience on the ground in Sicily in the latest iteration to the Combat Mission series. Does it produce results? Or is it a stalemate reminiscent of the fighting that took place on the Italian Peninsula during World War 2?

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