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Flying Pig is Kickstarting a Vietnam-era game that uses a system similar to Night of Man

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Award winning title Flashpoint Campaigns: Red Storm has expanded to include updated material from the original Flashpoint game, Flashpoint Germany.

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2K just sent over a boatload of XCOM 2 screenshots -- let's run them through Deckard's visual enhancer and see what we can spot.

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First there was Legions of Steel the boardgame (which I must confess I hadn’t heard of), then French development studio, Studio Nyx, started a Kickstarter campaign to develop a digital version. Alas this was not successful; however, a Plan B emerged with a partnership with strategy games publisher Slitherine and 18 months later the game has finally hit the (e)stores being released for PC (including Steam) and iPad.

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Last Thursday Slitherine released boardgame conversion Legions of Steel on PC. Looks like they were just fine tuning the iPad version (or waiting for Apple to get their fingers out I guess) as just a few days later they have announced the iPad version is available.

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Matrix Games have just announced that 3 of their space based games will be on special offer over the weekend. Offer runs until midnight on Monday 20th so you have a few days to decide whether to go boldly or not (sorry …).

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On Tuesday we brought you a first look at Slitherine’s new game, Legions of Steel, and now it is unleashed upon the world.

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Close to two years since we first came across Legions of Steel, the game is now close to release. Originally being crowdfunded developers Studio Nyx then moved into the Slitherine stable which has led to some very big changes in the game. Now we have a quick first look at the game just before it is released.

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First published in 1998, this legendary series of operational wargames has seen six releases, including the latest Operational Art of War III, released to the wargaming audience in 2006. Now, as we conclude The Operational Art of War III, we are also taking a new step to continue the series into the future. Publisher Matrix Games and the TOAW Development Team have been working behind the scenes for nearly two years to take this landmark brand to new heights.

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This War of Mine, a game which unusually looks at war from the civilian survivor’s point of view, is going mobile, and pre-orders are now open for the Android edition. The mobile edition is launching later in July and 15% of pre-order proceeds will go to the War Child charity

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