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Games I'd Like to see
#1
As we all (Gold Clubbers that is) know, there will be 3 new boxed Infantry Attacks games (with 16 additional PG system maps) coming out after the slew of PG titles get through production. Besides those 3 I'd personally like to see these additional titles set in the period of "To Hell With Spain". Siege of Peking, the battle for the embassies, featuring the heroics of Herbert Hoover, who became a national hero during this war. Zulu war, covering the defeats and victories of Victoria's army. And the Boer War, argueably the first major war of the 20th century. What would you like to see as new titles? :-}
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#2
Larry,

Can you share with us non-Gold Club members what the 3 proposed games are and/or what topics they cover. I know about Fall of Empires from AvalanchePress' website.

Thanks,

Lucky Eddie
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#3
I believe the Spanish Civil War belongs to the PG time frame. Too many WWII early German, Italian and Soviet vehicles.
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(06-21-2013, 02:11 AM)JayTownsend Wrote: I believe the Spanish Civil War belongs to the PG time frame. Too many WWII early German, Italian and Soviet vehicles.

"To Hell with Spain" is about the Spainish-American War. Undecided
I'd also like to see the Boar War covered. The Balkan Wars of 1912 & 1913 would be a great fit.
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#5
Sorry talking two different things! Smile
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#6
Gold Clubbers don't squeal. The two additional unannounced games are both set during the first world war. One of them is an 8 mapper, ala Eastern Front Deluxe and Fall of France.
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#7
I believe one has the same name as a movie that won 6 Oscars in the early 60's.
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#8
Serbia, Russian Revolution (more than just Estonia, but possibly including the Russo-Polish War) also consider the Russo-Japanese war and Maybe Chaco. Dang, I'll take anything...
No "minor" country left behind...
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#9
(06-21-2013, 10:32 AM)Hugmenot Wrote: I believe one has the same name as a movie that won 6 Oscars in the early 60's.

Oh Its a Lovely War !! Blush


Paths Of Glory (no that was the 50's)


Fall of Eagles (No that was a 70's BBC Series)


Dr Zhivago hahahaha !


Oh I give up Big Grin
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#10
Gotta be Ben-Hur, that got 11!
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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