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GMT Games is now in its 28th year of creating and publishing a broad line of Wargames, Strategy games, Eurogames, and Family games.
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Harold Buchanan 19h
Day four of US Civil War . Starting our third game. Union lost most recent game resigning on turn 18. Union won first game on turn 8 auto victory. Expo
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Brooklyn Wargaming Jun 24
First campaign of Gandhi tonite. Gandhi began in Bombay and spread protest south, Muslims founded a state in West Bengal and Revolutionaries spread unrest north and south. The Raj pushed back into the lead with the other factions clustered around the 10 point mark.
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myrrhlin Jun 24
Played SpaceCorp again. Look at this luck (good or bad?): build 32 for this system!. I managed it, and it was my last turn.
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Brawling Brothers ✈ Origins! Jun 24
Churchill to the table again! The evil Axis powers are not making this an easy one. I'm Not sure the Allies are going to win the war. If you love negotiation, semi co-op, tight game play, hand management and / or tug-of-war style gaming, you need to play Churchill.…
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GMT Games Jun 24
Check out our latest InsideGMT article: "The Arjuna Chronicles #9: Simla Conference Divides India" If you would like to read the previous parts of this series using Gandhi's Arjuna system, they can be found here:
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Harold Buchanan Jun 22
At with Bruno Sinigaglio designer of A Time for Trumpets: a battalion level game of the Battle of the Bulge on P500. Listen for a future podcast!
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Andy Bush Jun 20
Essential boardgame geek train home reading. 🤓
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Martin Jun 24
Such a incredible production and design by and everyone involved. Amazing rulebook by Chad Jensen, design by and details like a history and strategy lesson by George Thibault. Peloponnesian War is a true gem of a game
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TPA 🔜 WBC Jun 24
Grant shares his thoughts on the June Monthly Update from & is very happy with the new additions to the P500 in & .
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GMT Games Jun 24
Very nicely done, Grant, as always. You are one for five on the near-future P500 guesses. Not too bad, as I was a little tricker this time. 😉
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Harold Buchanan Jun 23
I’m playing right next to you.
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The Thoughtful Gamer Jun 23
First play of Liberty or Death this morning. Prettiest game map ever? Perhaps.
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Jim Williams Jun 23
Replying to @RobFactor @gmtgames
So, pretty sure this is the way of ordering attacks. Same attack chit. If the three Soviet divisions - 23rd, 125th, 188th - are forced to retreat they are eliminated due to overlapping/integrated German ZOCs.
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Harold Buchanan Jun 23
At Expo with Mark Simonitch of while playing his US Civil War. And debating his rules!
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Hexes and Pieces Jun 23
Have had the various EFS titles on P500 from for a while - picked up one of those not on P500, Crimea from . Good system with some interesting scenarios.
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Harold Buchanan Jun 23
At Expo with Brian Train and of A Disyant Plain and Cuba Libre design fame. Lots of COIN goodness
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Steve Keifer Jun 23
CSW Expo 2019, Tempe AZ: playing US Civil War.
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Ricky Royal Jun 23
Time to explore, discover, seek wealth and settle .... ⁦
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Harold Buchanan Jun 23
at Expo playing COIN Gandhi by published by influenced by
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Bobby Factor Jun 22
June 22, 1941/2019 - Operation: Barbarossa continues with Carl Paradis' excellent 'No Retreat: Russian Front.' Everytime I set this one up, I'm amazed at how so few counters create such a powerful strategic narrative.
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