Tag: norb timpko

  • The Death of Mad Minute Games

    As a playtester for Take Command: 2nd Manassas and one of the OOB creators on Scourge of War: Gettysburg, I knew some things about the Norb Timpko/Adam Bryant relationship I couldn’t really share with the public.  That relationship ended on a sour note with the dissolution of their war gaming company, Mad Minute Games, several […]

  • Interview with SOW: Chancellorville Order of Battle Designers Jim Weaver and Larry Tagg

    Editor’s Note: I’ve got an interesting interview today for those of you into wargaming the Civil War.  NorbSoftDev’s latest release, Scourge of War: Chancellorsville, was released in mid-November 2012.  It’s the latest in their real time tactical simulator line of computer games which recreate Civil War combat at the regimental and battery level.  I’ll be […]

  • Do You Miss Sid Meier’s Gettysburg? I’ve Got a New Game for You!

    Norb Timpko, the developer of the tactical battle simulators Take Command: 2nd Manassas and Take Command: First Bull Run 1861, has created the best Gettysburg game ever made, in this longtime wargamer’s opinion.  Scourge of War: Gettysburg has been in development for the past two years, and it’s now available for purchase in direct download […]

  • Mad Minute Games’ Programmer Norb Timpko Has A New Web Site

    I’ve been away from the Mad Minute Games web site for far too long, but I read in the forums that Norb Timpko, head (only?) programmer for the company, has a new web site of his own. A quick read of the FAQ and some other areas revealed Norb is hard at work on his […]