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/27/18 to include Modern War #36
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/25/18
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/20/18 to include World At War 62
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Modern War, Issue #37 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #37 - Game Edition
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Putin Moves South is an operational-strategic level two-player wargame covering a hypothetical struggle between Russia and a coalition of opposing states to gain control of Central Asia, encompassing the area from the Russian frontier to the Persian Gulf. Combatants include, Russian, NATO, Chinese, Iranian, and various Central Asian States including the Persian Gulf countries.

Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Edition
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Soyuz ’81 is an intermediate low complexity two-player wargame covering the possibilities inherent within the first month of that never-run operation. The Soviet side encompasses all Soviet, East German and Czechoslovakian forces. The Polish side consists of that nation’s regular army and state militia. Each hex represents 16 miles (26 km) from side to opposite side. Each turn represents one tenth of a month (approximately three days). Each unit of maneuver is a division. The game map covers Poland and the adjacent jump off areas for the Soviet Army.

Modern War, Issue #39 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #39 - Game Edition
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Axis of Evil is an operational-strategic level two-player wargame covering a struggle between the Russian-led Eurasian Union and a Coalition of opposing states to gain control of the Middle East, from Iran to Syria and the Persian Gulf. Possible combatants include Russia, various Middle Eastern states, China, Iran, and the Persian Gulf countries.

Modern War, Issue #40 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #40 - Game Edition
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Chechen War is an operational-strategic level two-player simulation of the 1st Chechnya War (1994-1996) wherein the Russian Federation under Boris Yeltsin attempted to directly and forcibly put an end to the Chechen independence movement. The Russian player must deal with low morale at the front and at home to win the war to keep Chechnya within the Russian Federation.

Modern War, Issue #41 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #41 - Game Edition
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Sixth Fleet is a two-player, strategic-level wargame of the struggle for the Mediterranean set during a hypothetical Warsaw Pact versus NATO war during the 1970s and 1980s. It is primarily a naval-air conflict, with some elements of power projection using ground forces. The game map represents various sea zones (or zones) within the Mediterranean, as well as adjoining land areas. Critical bases for both sides, including neutral nations are also depicted.

Modern War, Issue #42 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #42 - Game Edition
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The Dragon that Engulfed the Sun is a two-player operational-strategic-level wargame simulating a hypothetical Chinese invasion of Japan. The premise of this game is a sudden war has erupted on the Korean peninsula, compelling China to intervene in the conflict—this time well before the United States could reinforce South Korea sufficiently to prevent it from being overrun.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Game Edition
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Windhoek is a wargame of the campaign in which British Empire forces, mainly from the Union of South Africa, conquered the German colony of Southwest Africa. In the original campaign, the British won within ten months, but the campaign could have gone different, as von Lettow Vorbeck demonstrated in German East Africa. This is a two-player game, in which one side commands the Germans, and the other Allied forces (including South Africa, British and Portuguese colonial).
Strategy & Tactics Issue #314 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #314 - Game Edition
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Last Stand at Isandlwana, 22 January 1879 is a two-player tactical wargame of low-intermediate complexity simulating the last 90 to 240 minutes of that infamous and legendary battle of the Anglo-Zulu War. The Zulu player is on the offensive, attempting to wipe out the entire British force on the map as quickly as possible. The British is attempting to win by having some remnant hold out longer than occurred historically or, alternatively, by having some portion of his command escape off the map and get back to relative safety at Roarke’s drift.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Game Edition
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Red Tide South is a two-player game. It is a stand-alone game that can is also designed to be played with Red Tide West (Modern War #15). A war in Europe during the 1980’s was primarily going to be decided, one way or the other, in West Germany. Other fronts and theaters were therefore almost irrelevant in the short term. Considering the Soviets’ exceedingly optimistic timetables by which they intended to overrun West Germany, events elsewhere would have not even played out before the war ended (either by mutual annihilation or by rapprochement).
Strategy & Tactics Issue #316 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #316 - Game Edition
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The Campaigns of 1777 is a two-player, point to point wargame in which you command the Patriots or the British in the northern Colonies during 1777, the critical year in the American War for Independence. The tone for the British was set by leaders like Howe, Burgoyne, Cornwallis and Clinton while the Patriots marched with leaders like Washington, Greene, Arnold, Schuyler and Gates.