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Every game company usually has a niche in which they define themselves and are in tern defined by the market at large. Dan Verssen Games has made their niche in the industry by providing high quality solitaire games to the war gaming public. While not all of their games are solitaire, their most recent release Fleet Commander Nimitz is the newest title in their solitaire “Commander” series which includes Field Commander Rommel, Field Commander Napoleon and Field Commander Alexander. Like the other games in the series, Fleet Commander Nimitz offers nearly the perfect mix of strategy and tactics.

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In his semi-regular column War Tapes, Jake Tucker takes a look at the Slitherine – Hunted Cow Studio cooperation Hell – a fantasy wargame development of the successful Battle Academy 2 game engine. As this has just been released on iPad now may be a good time to have another look at it.

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Over the past couple of years we have carried, thanks to regular writer Richard Martin, a number of reviews of the Wings of Glory miniatures game of air combat in WW1 and WW2. Shortly Ares Games, the people behind Wings of Glory, will be launching a Kickstarter for their new Wings of glory project. I’m sure Richard will be bringing us a review of the outcome should the fundraising be successful, but until then here is information about the Kickstarter.

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Today we have a couple of announcements from HexWar, producers of a raft of tablet hex wargames over the last few years. Firstly there have been some changes in their relationship with Hunted Cow Studios with whom they have been working closely for the last 3 years, and secondly there is a new game announced about The War of 1812.

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We previewed it earlier this week (here) and now Slitherine have announced that Vietnam ’65, a game of counter-insurgency and hearts and minds, is now available to buy – with a launch discount no less.

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1965, more or less half way through the Vietnam War, was also the year that Johan, the man behind developer Every Single Soldier, was born and, by coincidence, your editor...

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A typical start to the week by catching up the things you missed during the last one. In this case the release of Arnhem: Airborne Assault on iPad and Android tablets. This is a turn based hex game about, obviously, Operation Market Garden in 1944 focusing on the most famous part the fighting for Pegasus Bridge.

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Following yesterday’s dev video diary Paradox have announced that Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado is now shipping. So we can all head off the the New World (although can it be called new for the civilisations that are already there?) and rip each other’s hearts out in bloody sacrifice – or just play the game maybe?

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Back in the depths of November 2014 Slitherine released a new fantasy game – Hell – developed by Hunted Cow using Slitherine’s Battle Academy 2 engine; the one also used in Slitherine’s successful Pike and Shot game. As with the latter Hell now moves to the iPad platform.

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As our loyal readers will be aware when Shenandoah Studio started up and obtained funding through a Kickstarter they promised that a new Gettysburg game would be one of the results – indeed funders were to get this as a reward. However, as other games were released by the company nothing was seen of Gettysburg: The Tide Turns.

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