Some years back, I wished that NorbSoftDev would expand their portfolio to other periods of warfare. The time has come.
Waterloo is a battle that needs no introduction. Even my mother knew about it (does being an ᗅᗺᗷᗅ fan counts?). So, I will spare you my non-professional attempt to review the battle and rather focus on how well you can wargame it with Scourge of War Waterloo.
Monday, November 23, 2015
IL-2 Battle of Stalingrad has been updated with summer and autumn maps, which look absolutely gorgeous. That update was dated 27Oct15, which is almost a month back ... Gee, I have to keep myself more current.
|Myself flying a Stuka. So heavy in bombs that I will need to drop a few before going for those targets they called me for.|
Sunday, November 22, 2015
A new scenario pack/expansion and patch has been released for one of the greatest computer wargames ever made: Flashpoint Campaigns Germany Reforged. This blog entry is part of a multi-point of view narrative of one scenario that was part of the good old Flashpoint Germany and now had a huge facelift with the new engine.
This narrative is for the first two hours of action of a 3 platoon detachment from Troop C (one of the units highlighted in the south).
|The AO assigned to the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. The mission was to stop the Soviets from securing a route north via the A84 highway. The pink lines are the schemes of maneuver for each unit and the blue area is the deployment zone.|
Saturday, November 21, 2015
This blog entry contains commentary from the Overloon scenario in the recently released Westwall module forCommand Ops 2. Spoilers are a possibility ...
This is no country for tanks. We need more infantry. We don't have enough of either.
|Plenty of terrain and objectives to cover. I'm in command of the US 7th US Armored Division.|
Sunday, November 8, 2015
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
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Saturday, October 31, 2015
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
The Province of Corrientes, Argentina. A couple of clicks from the Uruguay River (which marks the Brazil-Argentina border) and in a remote area of the forest, troops from the Mechanized Infantry Regiment 25 (Argentine Army) have seized intelligence that indicates that subversive militias protecting a drug cartel are expanding their footprint towards the many logging villages in the area.