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Atlantic Fleet


Tried the Atlantic Fleet Lite from Google Play store, which is free.
Must say that this WW2 ship-em-up featuring the RN and KM is rather amusing. ...

by Elmar Bijlsma, Monday, 13 June 2016 20:03 [ Read all ]
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Anyone else playing HoI IV?


It's an interesting game so far.  It's more balanced for multiplayer than it is for single player I think.  I have yet to play a & ...

by Wolfpack, Wednesday, 08 June 2016 14:50 [ Read all ]
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Too much to play


Still playing Stellaris, added Warhammer Total War (I think the system works much better for a fantasy game than it has for historical periods in a lo ...

by Wolfpack, Thursday, 02 June 2016 15:24 [ Read all ]
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Twilight Struggle


Now out in a PC/Mac version on Steam for $11. Great game, and for that price, a steal. Can play AI or online.  Go check it out.

Back t ...

by Lars, Wednesday, 20 April 2016 00:50 [ Read all ]
 
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