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RE: Any Wargamers Afoot Here?
I just bought a Blue Max game tonight on Amazon. I'm going to kick my son's ass next week when it comes in!!! I can't believe I didn't know this place existed. These are my kinds of people. Any of you guys play D&D. Oh man my cousins and I used to spend the whole weekend on that.
(This post was last modified: 09-09-2014 07:58 PM by Machiavelli.)
09-09-2014 07:57 PM
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RE: Any Wargamers Afoot Here?
(09-08-2014 11:25 PM)Machiavelli Wrote:  Ohh the memories. Axis and Allies. Blue Max. A hex game based on World War 1 fighter planes. I used to always go for a German Flying Tank. It could take three times the punishment of the other guys. I also had a book game called Ace of Aces that was fun. We had a baseball game called Strato Matic. Good times good times. Avalon Hill games we played?? Fortress America? so so. A&A was the best I think.

Of course I played A&A. Fortress America was fun too. Somewhat prescient considering world arrive though.
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