Tag: great campaigns of the american civil war

  • On to Richmond: Rediscovering a GCACW Masterpiece

    I’ve been a board wargamer since 1967. In years past SPI took my $300 or so for a “lifetime subscription.” My wife despairs over the unrealized EBay value of the more than 400 board wargames that lurk on our upstairs library shelves and hide on the even larger collection of shelves in the dark recesses […]

  • Odds & Ends: June 4, 2008

    In this edition of Odds & Ends, we’ve got some Gettysburg coverage, some gaming news on several fronts, and the usual mixture of topics. Scott Mingus points out some nice art prints created by taking photos of an HO scale diorama depicting the Battle of Gettysburg Was the recently stolen shell in Petersburg really a […]

  • Odds & Ends: May 15, 2008

    It’s time again for another round of Odds & Ends. One of the more interesting studies mentions Multiman Publishing plans to start releasing Civil War board games set in the Western Theater and using the Great Campaigns of the American Civil War series rules. Pawnderings, a wargaming blog, goes over the interesting history of the […]