THE SIXTH WORLD WAR!
The Third World War destroyed the armies; the Fourth World War destroyed the cities; and the Fifth World War destroyed all life on Earth. The space colonies survived, however, and two hundred years later man returned to Earth but not to stay — only to plunder the riches of his former world. Robots were used to salvage the ancient technological sites. One day the... [click here for more]
“Go out there and take a look, Brian. If it’s a Klingon, kill it; if it’s natural, study it; if it’s dangerous, cut and run back here.”
It is 1985 and Nexus #12 has just been released. This issue focused on the Star Fleet Universe,Starfire, and History of the Second World War.
The Star Fleet Universe section... [click here for more]
“We are all good soldiers. But this war has gone on too long, and the Empire is consuming itself in the fire. What new Empire will rise from the ashes we have yet to see.” -- Marine Major Ardak Kumerian
It is 1985 and Nexus #13 (the Holiday Issue) has just been released. This issue focused on the Star Fleet Universe,Starfire, Battlewagon, and History... [click here for more]
Actually, there is a kind of magic in a historical game. It’s not the blatant kind: no thundering giants are summoned, no demons appear, and no dragons spit fire. Instead, it’s the subtle magic of being transported across time to stand in another man’s shoes.
It is 1983 and Nexus #5 has just been released. It focuses this time on historical boardgames, starting with... [click here for more]
However, not counting playtest sessions, I can count on both hands the number of times I have played an adventure game with an opponent. The point of this is that I am not alone! – Allen D. Eldridge
It is 1984 and Nexus #7 has just been released. It focuses this time on solitaire gaming. Of course there is a section on the Star Fleet Universe, too. In that section you will find... [click here for more]
Mars was dying. Martians were resigned to their fate. Then some young Martians had a radical idea: invade the nearest planet. The biggest problem: Earth was inhabited and the Humans might object!
The War of the Worlds is based on the novel by H.G. Wells and is a two-person game that recreates the life-and-death struggle between the Martians and Humans. Can the Martians eliminate the Humans facing... [click here for more]