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Posted on Jan 7, 2005 in Boardgames

Zero! – Boardgame Review

Zero! is a card game which recreates fighter dogfights between two or more players during the opening months of combat in the Pacific Theater. The aircraft cards in the Basic Game represent several types of Japanese, American and British fighters that came into existence between 1938 and 1942.

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Posted on Dec 9, 2004 in Boardgames

Borodino – Boardgame Review

Borodino, Battle of Moskova, 1812, allows the players to recreate this major clash between Napoleon and the Russians in front of Moscow in 1812. The scenario takes place over the course of one day (September 7), and is broken down into twelve 75-minute turns.

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Posted on Nov 23, 2004 in Boardgames

Gringo! – Boardgame Review

Having a game like Gringo! cross your desk is a nice kick in the pants to remind one that there are other periods of history that can be simulated, and simulated very well, besides traipsing across the steppes of Russia or raiding peasant villages in medieval Europe.

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Posted on Nov 8, 2004 in Boardgames

ASL Starter Kit #1 – Boardgame Review

The ASL Starter Kit is a modest package that enables people to explore a huge new world. Fun to play on its own merits, it also guides gamers into the universe of Advanced Squad Leader (ASL), simultaneously the most detailed and most exciting board wargame depicting World War II tactical combat.

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