April 18, 2024

Big Preorder Edition – Tuesday Newsday 25 August 2020

Yep, it’s #TuesdayNewsday and here’s what you should care about in wargaming this week  >>>

This Week’s Headline:

Mentioned in Dispatches starts recording next week, with an eye toward kicking off the next season the second week of September.  We’ve got roughly a dozen episodes outlined, and will undoubtedly end up with an extra 2-3 in there somewhere.


Newly Released This Week:


Newly Launched This Week:


New from the Dragoons:


News From The Wargame Industry:

  • CONSIMGAMEJAM – a tabletop takeoff on the popular digital ‘gamejam’ motif – is coming in October, with a couple of pretty well-known designers among the judges.
  • Paradox Games has a back-to-school sale right now.  Because nothing says “back to school” like blowing off your homework to play games like you just spent all summer doing under quarantine.
  • GMT Games reports that both both Plains Indian Wars and The Barracks Emperors made it across the p500 finish line and will move into production.


The Professional Wargaming World:


Something From The Real World That You Can Use In A Game:

A new category here on Tuesday Newsday, to give you some inspiration for your own wargaming scenarios.


Something From Our Partners:


This Week’s Mashup:

This mashup creator’s tagline? “subscribe for more stuff that nobody asked for nor needed”


That’s all for this week!
Be sure to drop by our forums and join the fun, and next Tuesday we’ll drop some more news on you.

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