Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy 63

Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Issue 63 with The fight for independence on land and sea

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Special Feature: The fight for independence on land and sea
  • Jim Purky, 'Gaming the American Revolution - an introduction'.
  • Steve Jones, 'Blackstock's Plantation with Black Powder’.
  • Eoghan Kelly, 'Suffren vs. Hughes'.
  • Mike Evans, 'Mohicans and Muskets'.
  • Guy Bowers, 'Miniatures for the American Revolution'.
  • Angel Aparicio, 'On the cover - Print the legend, Washington and Betsy Ross’.
Features
  • Guy Bowers, 'Interview with Warwick Kinrade – Battlegroup Kursk'.
  • Eoghan Kelly, 'Bite-sized battles - Gefrees 1809'.
  • Mark Backhouse, 'Clodius and the collegia'.
  • James Clarke, 'Games of War'.
  • Dan Johnson, ‘The Irregular - The true alternative: a perfect 10’.
  • Ruben Torregrosa, ‘Painting perfect panzers'.
  • Gary Faulkner, 'MDF scenery secrets revealed - Sprucing up panels'.
  • Mark Backhouse, 'Let's Play - Square Bashing'.
Departments
  • Rick Priestley, 'This Gaming Life’
  • Richard Clarke, 'Up front'.
  • Gaming news
  • Miniature reviews
  • Game Reviews of Dux Britanniarum and Brink of Battle.
  • Book and board game reviews
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ManufacturerKarwansaray BV
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Reviews
Customer Reviews (5)
Just what I needed to push me to AWI
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A period that always fascinated me. Great articles, photos and reviews of all things AWI. The monthly regular articles of our hobby gurus are always a must and a pleasure to read! Review by BigHagar (Posted on 3/6/2014)
Well written, very diverse, caters to all
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I've been looking for a mag that could replace Wargames Illustrated for me for quite some time now, and now I have found it. Good pics, well written, a diverse range of subjects around a central theme core, I'm so sure I found the right article that I have taken out a subscription the very moment I finished reading the latest issue. I'm looking forward to more in the future. Review by Gunbird (Posted on 11/15/2013)
A glossy publication , and not just the quality of the paper.
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Any magazine has to balance some very differing content to satisfy a diverse and demanding readership. WSS does this well, with enough to make this reader take out a subscription.

Suggestion:- Why not use a small part of one of your high image quality pages each month to include some usable colour flags / banners / road signs / shop signs in the popular scales.
Review by Gannet (Posted on 11/10/2013)
An excellent read and a must for most wargamers
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I enjoy this magazine every month, mainly because I actually want to read the articles as well as look at the pictures. The variety is excellent and whilst there is a specialist subject in every issue, this is not the entire content. The section on AWI this week is really top drawer. I do some 18th century stuff, but not really the AWI and I not only learned a lot but was tempted by the excellent articles and battle outlines in the magazine - exactly what a specialist issue should do in not just preaching to the converted but making a subject accessible. Review by Lenin451 (Posted on 11/8/2013)
outstanding issue, a must for AWI fans
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My particular interest is gaming the American Revolution,both land and naval games, and this issue is a gold mine - very nice overview article, Blackstock's Plantation scenario for Black Powder (or any) rules, a naval campaign in the Indian Ocean, plus a comparative review of figure ranges. Lots of stuff for players of other periods too. Review by Minigamer (Posted on 9/3/2013)
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