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BLOGROLL OF HONOUR

The most influential wargames of the last decade

08 January 2020

Grant at The Players’ Aid sets out his top 15 wargames from 2010 to 2019.  His particular focus is on the most influential games that have “changed the genre from just a hex and counter focused format to conflicts represented through all types of mediums from cubes, to blocks, to miniatures and cards”.  But is he right?

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Battlegames on Patreon – the spirit of wargaming continues

02 January 2020

Henry Hyde, the former Editor of Miniature Wargames with Battlegames magazine and author of The Wargaming Compendium is celebrating his second anniversary publishing his blogs, videos, podcasts, graphics, and publications on the Patreon platform. “It’s a brand new and exciting way for me to be able to carry on providing high quality wargaming content for wargamers,” he says.

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Grymauch's Solo Wargaming Blog - Review of the Year

29 December 2019

Jon reviews his wargaming throughout 2019. The big game of the year was Grissburg, played through June and July and part of the Napoleonic Campaign. It finally delivered a decisive French victory but not the wholesale destruction of the Prussian defenders Napoleon was hoping for. 

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Roll a One

26 December 2019

Per says his blog is for "Fun and Sanity". His wargaming blog covers his real and imaginary adventures across many scales of wargaming. It is a joy to read as he meanders around his projects, games and passions from the past. We love it.

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da Gobbo's Grotto for the wargaming geek

23 December 2019

Missed out on Santa's Grotto this year? Well, here's something that can keep you amused before Christmas dinner is served - catching up on the re-basing of the Alzuri Angels, the 4th and final Blood Bowl team.

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Orkney Wargames - The Raid on Onondago,1756

16 December 2019

Another foray into the North American backwoods played out on a 6x4 foot table with the small Indian village of Onondago at the centre

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