Monday, August 02, 2010

AGC 135 August 3rd 2010 (History of Surviving GenCon) (58:47)

With Mark Kinney, Carol, and Mags. Welcoming Carol back. GenCon plans. Robert Dean's missives on historical miniatures gaming. His bona fides, and an overview of historical miniatures. HistoriCon report. Pookie makes his AGC debut with a review of Who Would Win! Surviving GenCon! Tips, tricks, and resources! Photos by Robert Dean.

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Show links
Plastic Soldier Review
Indroduction to Battle Gaming (Board Game Geek)
Cold Wars
Big Battles For Little Hands (
The Pragmatic Defense of St Stephen (Sharp End of the Brush)
CW2010 1st Battle of St Stephen (Battle Game of the Month)
Charge! Or How To Play War Games (Board Game Geek)
Raid on St Michel (Cavalier Books)
Prince August
Little Wars (
Skirmisher Publishing (Little Orc Wars)
A Timeline Of The Historical Miniatures Wargaming Hobby
Donald Featherston's War Games (
Historical Miniatures Gaming Society
Commands and Colors: Ancients (GMT Games)
Battleground: Punic Wars (Your Move Games)
Osprey Publishing
Perry Miniatures
Wargames Factory
Warlord Games
The Miniatures Page
Flames of War
Red Actions (The Perfect Captain)
All The Kings Men Toy Soldiers (Ken Cliffe's Company)
Who Would Win (Gorilla Games)
GenCon Community
Keeper of Ancient GenCon Lore (via Wayback Machine)
This Just In... From GenCon!

Wandering Geek Podcast
The Colony

1 comment:

Ogma said...

You really should give the Meeples & Miniatures podcast a listen sometime. I've been listening to Neil since the start and he offers a uniquely British perspective on tabletop historical wargaming.