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Wild Weasel #11


News: 2:33

Travis Hill: 20:27

The legacy of legacy: 45:05

Links to items mentioned

Rally in the Valley wargames podcast

Low Player Count (Travis’ podcast)

Winter Thunder by Brian Train at Tiny Battle Publishing

Binh Dinh 69 by Brian Train at One Small Step Games

The African Campaign designer signature edition at Compass Games

Demyansk Pocket by Vance von Borries at Legion Wargames

The Great Game at Legion Wargames

Blenheim at Legion Wargames

Kim Kanger’s Dien Bien Phu: The Final Gamble reprint at Legion Wargames

Multi-Man Publishing pre-order update

Dynasty by Richard Berg from Hollandspiele

The Mary Holland and Tom Russell (Hollandspiele) podcast

Schutze Games courtesy of Blue Panther LLC

Worthington Publishing’s Dunkirk Kickstarter

High Flying Dice Games

Napoleon’s Resurgence by Kevin Zucker (OSG)

The Dark Valley by Ted Raicer reprint edition P500

GMT Games’ latest update

Gazette du wargamer Kickstarter

Hands in the Sea Kickstarter (2nd edition) designed by Daniel Berger


8 Responses to “Wild Weasel #11”

  1. You mentioned the possibility of a panel discussion featuring wargame developers. Great idea! Love to hear it.

    Posted by Gina Willis | July 25, 2017, 11:11 am
    • Would you be willing to be on it? 🙂

      Posted by Bruce Geryk | July 26, 2017, 3:29 pm
      • Thanks, Bruce…and I’d be honored to participate if I were a developer. But so far I’m “just” a designer with one soon-to-be published game under my belt. I’ve tried to do as much solo development as I could, but I’m a believer that at some point a game needs to go to a separate person for final development.

        Posted by Gina Willis | July 28, 2017, 11:04 am
  2. Great episode as usual Bruce, tons of links to checkout! Really excited to learn about Mark’s FitL expansion “Fall of Saigon”. Perhaps you can entice him to address it on Wild Weasel #12.

    Posted by Russ Bednarek | July 25, 2017, 1:18 pm
  3. Enjoyed this episode! Yes, please do a panel episode (I also asked for this on the 3ma forum.)

    I had the pleasure of seeing Dunkirk in 70mm IMAX this weekend; you didn’t like it!? I realize the ‘marketing support’ comment was a joke but the science center that played it did a great job parlaying it into other WW2 displays and education (and an educational display about the film format.) I think it is a good opportunity for games as well.

    Also, I know it’s a joke on your part, but there’s no repurchasing angle with legacy games. They exceed the average number of plays, so it’s the glut of non-legacy board games releasing each year that get played once or twice that is driving sales.

    As a person in his mid-30s I enjoyed the interview with the young wargamer. I’m interested to see the topic of ‘gateways’ into wargaming approached from books as well as euros; my theory is that while board games may introduce a player to wargames quickly, the player will have trouble getting past pseudo-wargames like Twilight Struggle, whereas if a player approaches from an interest in military history, poly-sci, economic or intelligence simulations, etc., they will start with the meatier stuff and drive additional demand for games without much euro influence, which is healthy for the hobby.

    Posted by Michael | July 25, 2017, 11:42 pm
  4. How to pronounce Lou Zocchi:
    Here Lou introduces himself

    Posted by dfmastin | July 27, 2017, 1:17 am
  5. Mentioned in the interview: Supply Lines of the American Revolution.


    Posted by Keithustus | October 4, 2017, 3:23 pm

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