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Tango0111 Sep 2021 9:27 p.m. PST

Great game here…


From Blunders on the Danube Blog


Simo Hayha12 Sep 2021 7:01 a.m. PST

your posts really annoy me. Its 2 words and then a link. Why dont you write at least a sentence describing what you are linking?

Dukewilliam12 Sep 2021 10:52 a.m. PST

Haha, Tango is like herpes: it can be controlled for short periods but never really goes away.

I like when he sends links to titty pics, that's the only reason I open his junk mail.

Dave Jackson Supporting Member of TMP12 Sep 2021 11:34 a.m. PST

He didnt write a little blurb because there was nothing to copy and paste that explained it properly.

mumbasa12 Sep 2021 10:43 p.m. PST

Looks great, Peter!!

Legionarius14 Sep 2021 5:35 p.m. PST

Very nice troops and terrain. That's why we play with miniatures instead of cardboard. Enjoy!

JPChris56 Supporting Member of TMP15 Sep 2021 4:13 a.m. PST

I would second the comment posted by Legionarius, but with a slight caveat at the hills that looked like "corn mush" and stood out from the general impression of the terrain.

The "That's why we play with miniatures instead of cardboard" comment seems rather dismissive of those who play boardgames, of any of the C&C games, or approach the hobby from a different angle.

My choice to employ something other than traditional miniatures does not make me less of a student of history, or less of a wargamer, I should hope.

Regardless of one's position on the graying of the hobby, I wonder if it would be to our benefit to more accepting and inclusive, rather than so particular?

I have often seen it in other blogs and discussion threads: "to each their own" and "horses for courses." Evidently, the principle is much easier than the practice or application.


Tango0115 Sep 2021 3:18 p.m. PST



Oberlindes Sol LIC Supporting Member of TMP15 Sep 2021 8:17 p.m. PST

Good looking game

Tango0116 Sep 2021 3:49 p.m. PST

Glad you enjoyed it my good friend…


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