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Three Moves Ahead Episode 200: Tapping Past Bastogne

January 7th, 2013 · Comments Off · Mobile, Podcast, Three Moves Ahead, Wargames, WW2

I’ve already written about why I like Battle of the Bulge so much. And if you haven’t caught Bruce’s review over at Quarter to Three you should do that. This week on the show we talk about Shenandoah’s masterpiece again, with regular Julian Murdoch. There’s a lot of talk about the relative merits of the […]

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Holiday 2012 Reflections

January 2nd, 2013 · 4 Comments · Me, Mobile, Wargames

I had a very pleasant and relaxing holiday, in spite of sickness, melancholy and being surrounded by family in the middle of nowhere. I have a few thoughts about what I saw and did, and some, if not resolutions, plans for the coming months. 1) The Next Gaming Generation is Terrifying: I am blessed with […]

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Battle of the Bulge: Tablet Style

December 30th, 2012 · 12 Comments · Mobile, Wargames, WW2

I could just say “Go and buy this game”, but I am not really in the consumer recommendation business and this isn’t really a review. And, honestly, a lot of people will take a lot of time before Shenandoah’s Battle of the Bulge finally clicks in that special part of the body that wargamers or […]

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The Weirdness of Pocket Planes

June 25th, 2012 · 10 Comments · Mobile

I have been playing Civ and Gratuitous Tank Battles, as promised. Not a lot of Sins or Pokemon Conquest because there are only so many hours in the day. But my in-between times, as I wait or cook or prepare for bed, have been spent on a stupid little iPhone app from Nimblebit called Pocket […]

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Zombies Again

May 30th, 2012 · 8 Comments · Mobile

I’ll have a proper playthrough later on the blog, but I did want to get some thoughts down about Sarah Northaway’s Rebuild for iPad before I went to heavy into how it plays and where it grabs you. First off, I am super tired of zombies, especially in games. A big part of that is […]

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