Military Miniatures Magazine

Military Miniatures Magazine is a German website devoted primarily to plastic kits and figures, but contains a number of useful tips and ideas. It can be read in English.

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  1. mike Says:

    Editors:
    I have several game designs on the web suitable for micro and 15mm play.I am know to SUPREMACY GAMES,and THE CANADIAN WARGAMERS GROUP.One of my designs is now being evaluated by an aviation recreation products firm.
    Mustang and Panzer :A game played on three fronts. wwii,tactical air,and armour,both modules played separately ,the tactical play involving a few units which affectthe overall strategic situation.
    Modern Naval War:explores the concept of the return of carrier warfare in the form of on board weapons systems versus SSBN and long range land based patrol aircraft.
    Ancient Naval Siege warfare:A sea and land game playable on the average sized table ,the object of the game being the taking of a coastal fort by opposing Roman units.Set at the maniple level,ship rules allow for their leaving the table and then returning with supplies for the combating troops.I am interesed in a possible assignment of the designs presented .
    Mike Haran
    http://www.ca.geocities/manzikertca/index.html
    4258529II@canada.com

  2. mike Says:

    Editors:
    I have several game designs on the web suitable for micro and 15mm play.I am know to SUPREMACY GAMES,and THE CANADIAN WARGAMERS GROUP.One of my designs is now being evaluated by an aviation recreation products firm.
    Mustang and Panzer :A game played on three fronts. wwii,tactical air,and armour,both modules played separately ,the tactical play involving a few units which affect the overall strategic situation.
    Modern Naval War:explores the concept of the return of carrier warfare in the form of on board weapons systems versus SSBN and long range land based patrol aircraft.
    Ancient Naval Siege warfare:A sea and land game playable on the average sized table ,the object of the game being the taking of a coastal fort by opposing Roman units.Set at the maniple level,ship rules allow for their leaving the table and then returning with supplies for the combating troops.I am interesed in a possible assignment of the designs presented .
    Mike Haran
    http://www.ca.geocities/manzikertca/index.html
    4258529II@canada.com

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