One of our favorite wargames around here is Conflict of Heroes: Awakening the Bear (check out my review here) and Academy Games is soon releasing an update to the entire CoH system which allows for solitaire play.

Jeff takes Heavy Steam outside the box to see exactly what you'll find in the Greenbrier Games steampunk game. Two to four players do battle with massive steam titans in an alternate Victorian era.

I look at the new Mark Herman design Churchill, from GMT Games. For one to three players, Churchill is a cooperative game where the major Allies of WWII look to not only defeat the Axis forces but also position their nation for the best post-war footing.

Fans of the Napoleonic era will want to take note Victory Point Games has released Hundred Days 20, featuring the battles of Tolentino and Waterloo.

Following the complete train wreck of a fiasco the Up Front! Kickstarter turned out to be, through Valley Games/Radiant Games/Whatever They Were Calling...

West Wind Productions have launched an update to their popular Secrets of the Third Reich miniatures game through Kickstarter.

Following more than a year of complete silence in regards to both the Up Front! and Airborne in Your Pocket Kickstarter projects, Rik Falch...

One Small Step Games has a second project up for crowdfunding on Kickstarter and this time the subject matter is the immensely destructive Thirty Years War.

My buddy Hermann Luttmann's latest design is now available for order at Revolution Games. Stonewall's Sword tackles the 1862 battle of Cedar Mountain and will be shipping out later this month.

Mark Walker of both Lock N Load Publishing and Flying Pig Games has announced the first issue of the new gaming magazine Yaah! will be arriving on the scene later this month.

Regardless if you look at the Vietnam War as a nation winning a war but losing a peace, an example of a repressed people rising against a corrupt puppet government, something in between, or even a thing altogether different, Fire in the Lake deserves a place on any serious wargamer’s shelf.

One of the classic accounts of England’s WWII Bomber Command is Enemy Coast Ahead written by Guy Gibson and now designer Jeremy White has taken Gibson’s account of the May 1943 Operation Chastise and created an interesting and detailed game aimed at simulating the raid.

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