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
Ten unique military history tours for wargamers from 1991-2018
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
I did a Podcast with the Save or Die folks and can be found at http://saveordie.info/?p=388 And my author page for my Kindle/Print-On Demand editions of the the 3rd version of my Judges Guild: A Cautionary Tale book is https://amazon.com/author/williamrowen Sire, strange stuff’s seen situated upon Bob & Bill’s super swag site: http://www.cafepress.com/judgesguild Of course,… Continue reading More Judges Guild links
NOTE: eventually I will move all my Command Decision-related postings to this permanent WordPress blog under the link of: https://wargamecampaign.wordpress.com/ (category: Command Decision: Test of Battle). Then I will close down the current page where you will find CD posts: http://www.g-design.us/cd …so see that g-design page for now. In the meantime, you will also find detailed… Continue reading CD & John Holtz
Eventually I will move all my ship-related postings to this permanent WordPress blog under the link of: https://wargamecampaign.wordpress.com/ and category: Ships. I will then close down the current page where you will find ship posts: http://www.g-design.us/ships. (The photo is of a mixed bag of Naval Wargamers playing Fletcher Pratts’ rules in his NYC apartment in 1938.)
When I finally picked Nuts! as my rule set for Skirmish Wargaming, I had to decide on a theater and scale. I thought that the Brits and Germans in France ’40 would be out of the ordinary and hearkened back to how our original HO and Microarmor collections got started with the early years of… Continue reading From Troops to Nuts!