Anyone still publishing Micro wargames

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Anyone still publishing Micro wargames

Postby Ar-Pharazon » Tue Mar 10, 2015 2:05 pm

I have got into the Euro/Ameritrash games at a local boardgames club.

however there are a few wargamers lurking theere too. I can bring along a skirmish game I suppose, but board wargames are soemthing we used to do too.

No way in hell are we going to be able to crack open some old style SPI or Avalon Hill game for the time we have, but is anyone doing the smaller micro or "magazine" type games these days?

Thanks
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Re: Anyone still publishing Micro wargames

Postby DemonEtrigan » Wed Mar 11, 2015 9:41 am

Not micro by any means but Heroes of Normandie plays very quickly
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Re: Anyone still publishing Micro wargames

Postby molson » Thu Mar 12, 2015 1:50 am

The C3i (GMT house) magazines have mini games in them. Just tried the Soviet Dawn mini game in issue 17. Although it's set up as a solo game, it does play well with others.
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Re: Anyone still publishing Micro wargames

Postby Hastati » Thu Mar 12, 2015 7:57 am

Check out Victory Point Games. They do small, affordable, games on a variety of subjects: straight up military wargames and family style "Euro" games.

http://www.victorypointgames.com/
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