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War Diary Magazine Issue #13
War Diary Magazine Issue #13 (Vol 4, No. 1)
A new wargaming magazine, but decidedly old-school in our approach. We don't publish any games, but then don't you already pay enough for games you may never play?
Published quarterly, WAR DIARY magazine publishes no games but instead concentrates on thoroughly examining existing games from a wide range of game publishers, both large and small. Each issue contains historical articles with tie-ins to gaming topics; new game scenarios, variants, and expansions; game and book reviews; interviews with notable gaming personalities; and articles on game strategy and good play. Contributors include an interesting mix of both well known and new writers, each with a unique perspective.
Issue #13 Contents:
The Pacific War: Five Comparative Game Reviews by John Burtt
War in the Pacific by Stephen Pole
Case Yellow, 1940: The Game as a Historical Study by Michael Stultz
Greene on Gaming by Jack Greene
Race for Manila: A Review by Jon Southard
Con-Z House Rules by Clair Conzelman
Pass in Review: Capsule Game and Book Reviews
|Credits||A new wargaming magazine, but decidedly old-school in our approach. We don't publish any games, but then don't you already pay enough for games you may never play?
Published quarterly, each print issue of War Diary features articles on military history, gameplay and variants, game reviews, commentary, interviews with gaming personalities, and insight from game designers and developers. Our contributors include an interesting mix of well known and new writers, such as Tim Taylor; Vance von Borries; John Burtt; Paul Comben; Clair Conzelman; Michael Dorosh; Jim Falkus; Lt. Col. (Ret.) John B. Firer; Jeffrey Gonzales; JohnGorkowski; Col. (Ret.) Robert Hatcher; John Heim; Wade Hyett; Darin Leviloff; Andy Loakes; And Nunez; Jim O'Neill; John Poniske; Andrew Preziosi; Michael Rinella, Ph.D.; Lt. Col. (Ret.) Robert Smith, Ph.D; Nels Thompson; Joel Toppen; and Dav Vanderbroucke.