Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Regiment RPG

The Regiment is a really intriguing WWII tactical narrative RPG that hits a lot of interesting new ground. The coolest part I’ve read so far: The characters get bonus experience via the players writing letters home talking about their experiences … Continue reading

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Recycling Chessboards

Wargaming Miscellany has a really cool article on chessboard games. Turns out one of the oldest, most free wargames we have has a presence for slightly less abstracted games.

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Productifying a Game, part 1

A set of wargame rules is software that uses the human mind, but it’s important to recognize that a wargame is also a product. When we talk about a game, we generally talk about its rules, its structure, how it’s … Continue reading

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