Monthly Archives: March 2018

Review of ‘Rebel’ book

Derek Clark reviews “Rebel,” the first in a fictional trilogy about William Wallace, and finds it not so useful for solo gaming. It’s on the Reviews page.

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No. 202 is in the works

Lone Warrior Editor Rich Barbuto reports that issue No. 202 of the magazine for solo wargamers is in the final stages of production and will be electronically distributed within a few days. Here’s a preview of the contents: “Blockade Runner … Continue reading

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Market-Garden board games review

David H. Allen takes a look at three board games in a series about World War II’s Operation Market-Garden and finds them well suited for solo play. His review is on the Reviews page.

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Risk Europe

By Rob Morgan I was looking through one of the sites linked to the Solo Wargamers Association, “Wargaming Miscellany” and found a mention of this, described as a ‘board game of medieval conquest,’ made by Hasbro. Now, most of us … Continue reading

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A new sample article

Jonathan Aird describes some ways to randomize the appearance and deployment of two armies for a solo game using the DBA rules. It’s on the Sample Articles page.

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