The primary author, Greg Novak, makes a good case for Tunis as a good campaign series of games with his booklet as a: “framework for allowing players to run a series of low density CD games which are linked together. The Race to Tunis allows players to do that at an interesting time point in… Continue reading Race For Tunis
Two free e-books on terrain. A. I made an e-book on making Flexible wargame terrain for Civil War battles — although the same concepts can be used for World War II and other eras. Click MakingWargameTerrainEbook,_small for a free eBook (725kbs) or instead click for larger version MakingWargameTerrainEbook (print-ready version 6mbs in size). The purpose… Continue reading Free e-Books on Terrain
Wargame Campaign of Normandy Over 7 years, I drew in Adobe Illustrator (10) full color maps of 91 miles of Normandy bridgehead area including the Cotentin Peninsula. This is from the tip of Cap de la Hague on the west coast of Cotentin to Caen and Troarn on the east edge of the beachhead area…… Continue reading D-Day Hex Map Series
A brick wall grid is exactly like a hex grid, just easier to draw.* After I posted ideas on my blog about how to buy or make a hex or brick wall grid, there was some discussion on the Rommel rule set forum about whether brick wall grids are different than hex grids. And I… Continue reading Brick Wall Grid: just like Hexes
Important note: the Honour ruleset, Rommel, is not just about North Africa or following Rommel’s campaigns. All the World War II years and theatres of the war are portrayed. The designer, Sam Mustafa, likes to entitle his rulesets using a particular leader and Rommel gets the honours! My friend, Jeff, alerted me to this upcoming… Continue reading Waiting on Rommel.