Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Ultimate General: Civil War First Impressions

These images won't do the game justice. I am playing Malvern Hill the historical battle and the presentation, tactical choices, terrain maps are so much better than UG: Gettysburg I cannot believe it. To think I almost purchased Brother vs. brother recently to get a civil war fix. It would have been twice the cost with a clunky interface (by all accounts) and fewer choices for gaming. The price is 3x what UG: Gettysburg cost with early access but I have to say what I have seen so far is infinitely better. Wow. I didn't know this game was in the works and I feel blown away by it.

The map is so big I couldn't move out far enough for you to see it. And unlike Gettysburg, you are out of contact at the start and have to feel your way forward. Thrilling!

Surprise attack by the Union on my right flank. I moved Barksdale up thinking the Union AI would be cautious. Instead it attacked with two brigades and cut me up.
Get the game on STEAM here.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Panzer Battles - "The Station" Cassino, 1944 is available for download


Scenario Description:

Cassino, Italy: February 17, 1944:  26 turns: The 2nd New Zealand division headquarters has assigned the 28 Maori Bn with a night time mission of seizing the train station south of Cassino.  Behind the Maoris, enginneers with Bailey bridges will move forward and repair the destroyed bridges preventing American and British armor from moving into the town and the valley beyond. As the Maori commander can you take and hold the station?

A note about the OOB:  I am using Panzer Battles Normandy as the base game.

TO DOWNLOAD THIS SCENARIO CLICK HERE.




Sunday, October 9, 2016

Panzer Battles - "The Station" Is Coming Soon

This scenario is set at Monte Cassino, Italy and uses the PzB Normandy game as it's base file.
This scenario details the attack by the 28 Maori Bn on the Cassino town train station.

Friday, September 23, 2016

The Wargame Design Studio

I've been remiss about blogging about the new effort by David Freer and company at the Wargame Design Studio.

I am excited about the effort and grateful to play a small part on the team.  Check them out over here===>

Maleme, Crete