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Innovations in Wargaming vol 1 cover Innovations in Wargaming Vol. 1 Developments in Professional and Hobby Wargames  01 Feb 2012
John Curry

The Art of Wargaming has never been static over the first two centuries of its history. In the professional and hobby sides of wargaming, there has been a desire to strive to perfect and develop the many sets of rules into the best possible wargaming system. This book is about some of the key innovations in wargaming. It includes chapters on:

  • Designing Wargaming Rules
  • The Hunt for Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Committee Game
  • An introduction to Kriegsspiel by Paddy Griffith
  • A Naval Kriegsspiel by Paddy Griffith
  • TEWTS Tactical Exercises Without Troops
  • Space Invaders on the Rhine: A Hall Game
  • Hijack! An anti-terrorism wargame
  • Sen Toku A World War 2 Japanese Imperial Naval Staff Game.
  • An extended discussion on How to Design and Play Historical War Council Games by Paddy Griffith
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186 pages
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     Dimensions (cm):
21.59 wide x 27.94 tall


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