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Nations at War Series
#21
(02-25-2013, 03:31 AM)JayTownsend Wrote: But compared to PG scenarios not counting the hypothetical ones, I know the Panzer Grenadier scenarios are more historically accurate. I mean I found a 7/23/44 scenario from the White Star Rising Tournament scenarios with a M26 in it. I guess it is ok, being that it is not historical. Still a fun playing must have game!

I think someone else pointed out a similar problem with Stalin's Triumph and the T-34/85s. The game centers around the spring/summer 1943 Citadel offensive, but the /85s didn't come out until 1944
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#22
>I think someone else pointed out a similar problem with Stalin's Triumph and the T-34/85s. The game centers around the spring/summer 1943 Citadel offensive, but the /85s didn't come out until 1944

Hopefully they are just extra counters! But I can always switch them out for T-34C's if need be! Smile
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#23
Stalin's Triumph pre-order numbers are getting there, so keep ordering guys!
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#24
Stalin's Triumph latest news from LnL Publishing:

The funding date moved back a bit, we only need about 45 more Stalin's Triumph games ordered to make the mark. If you want this game published, please order by the below date!

Funding Deadline: 11:59 PM (EST), August 15th

If we do not meet the funding requirements by then, we will cancel all orders and drop the project. Hence, Beginning at 9:00 AM (EST) on August 16th we will either cancel or charge all orders associated with this module.

Funding Required: $10,000.

Funding as May 14, 2013: $7,973.00

http://www.locknloadgame.com/Section_Cat_Content_Detail.asp?SCAT=80&SID=33&ID=145
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#25
Desert Heat showed up last night, excellent game! Smile
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#26
Stalin’s Triumph Status:
Expires in
51 days
$12699 of $14500

Order here:

http://lnlpublishing.com/products/171-stalin-s-triumph-a-nations-at-war-game

We need 30 more copies sold only to get this into production!
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#27
Stalin's Triumph is finally funded!
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#28
They moved the "deadline" back 3 extra months?
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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#29
(11-05-2013, 04:55 PM)Shad Wrote: They moved the "deadline" back 3 extra months?

It was only 20 copies short, so they fully funded it now. Its going to the printers.
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#30
I wish I knew how long it will take to get printed. I haven't punched the Desert Heat counters yet - and that was with a furlough!

NOTE - Furloughs aren't all that they're cracked up to be, even if you're financially able to survive them. All it did in my case was open up the hermetically sealed honeydoo jar and I've had a bitch of a time getting it closed again! Basement redone, cabinet built, working on shelves and a bathroom remodeling yet to come...

I need another furlough!!!!
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