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Wargaming Recon Episode 75: Battlefront Restricts Flames of War
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Host Jonathan J. Reinhart hosts the 75th episode of the podcast! On the show he reviews a book, updates the Battlegames Magazine situation, reviews Wunderlist, and gives in depth coverage of the Battlefront announcement.

This is the 75th episode! Thank you for hanging around. The new podcast equipment is discussed. Check out photographs on the Facebook page., free task management program, is reviewed and also used while recording the show.

Supercarrier by Christopher Bennet is reviewed. The situation with Battlegames Magazine‘s digital “subscription” is updated. Jonathan announces he will NOT renew his subscription.

Bulk of the show focuses on Battlefront’s announcement covering Flames of War official events. Below is a list of items mentioned in this section:

This episode winds down with information on the other podcasts in the Troll ITC Network. Please check out new episodes of Indie Talks every Wednesday, Geeks Explicitly every Thursday, Gamer Tunes twice a month on weekends, and Monsters of the Shattered Worldonce a month.

Promos for Indie Talks, Geeks Explicitly, the promo is NOT explicit, and Wargaming Recon round out the show. Many thanks to Jeremy Kostiew, Troll ITC’s logo designer, for the amazing logos. Check out his portfolio at

Newly we START with a message from our sponsor, This recording is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.

We hope you enjoy this episode of Wargaming Recon and are eager for your feedback (both positive remarks and constructive criticism). Send it all to:

Our intro song is “Downtown” by Matthew Ebel. Please give his other music a listen

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