Armchair Dragoons PAO, 14 April 2020
Yep, it’s #TuesdayNewsday and we’re bringing you another batch of headlines from the wargaming world
Newly Released This Week:
- Compass Games is starting to ship CSS Fulda Gap, and it’s still available at the pre-order price at the moment.
- No really, LNLP’s digital version of their WWII platoon-level game Nations At War is actually supposed to launch on Steam this week. For realzies!
- Decision Games / S&T Press latest issue of Modern War (#47) has a battle around Nürnberg in the early 80s.
Newly Launched This Week:
- Ken St Andre has a couple of new Tunnels & Trolls supplements up on Kickstarter, including solo stuff
- Compass Games has Granada: Last Stand of the Moors on their pre-order page. Probably not launched just this week, but still fairly new
New from the Dragoons:
- Tom stops by Mentioned in Dispatches to spend an hour talking with Brant & Doug about Hollandspiele
- Jim’s got another travelogue about his adventures with Napoleonic battlefields.
News From The Wargame Industry:
- Avalanche Press doesn’t update the archive page as often as they maybe should, but the daily content on their front page (that gets ahead of the archives a bit) has a variety of decent, short, historical articles that they tie into one of their games each day.
- Osprey is giving away 5 free ebooks/week for the next month.
- A free game from SJG? Download a 2-player “Army Men” game, and then order their dice to use with it
- Lock ‘n Load Publishing has extended their “Locked In” sale until May 4th. See below.
Something From Our Partners:
- Ardwulf has been playing VG’s Civil War game with Patrick Mullins, and livestreaming it over on YouTube
- Dan has hit his 2 year anniversary with No Enemies Here!
- We’ve updated the page with the other members of The Wargame Network to include their YouTube feeds – some great video content from Ardwulf, Moe, and Dan!
Something Off The Wall:
So last week we asked on Twitter, what are some of your favorite one-hit wonders, and what are some bands that people keep mis-categorizing as one-hit wonders. So chime in, either there or here, and let us know
- What are some of your favorite one-hit wonders?
- What are some one-hit wonders that deserve to be no-hit wonders?
- What are some artists that are incorrectly categorized as one-hit wonders?
That’s all for this week!
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