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The Boardgamer Magazine - Volume 9, Issue 3

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In this issue, published in July 2004, the articles include:

  • Hidden Movement and Searching - Without a Referee
  • Builders and Shapers - Strategies in Puerto Rico
  • The War of 1812 - 1813 Campaign Played on 1776
  • The Making of Crucible of Liberty - An Extension to the Map of 1776
  • Gunslinger - The Early Years
  • Landing Forces - In Victory in the Pacific
  • “Advanced” Naval War - Additional Rules for the Naval War Expansion Kit
  • Reconnaissance Units - In Panzerblitz / Panzer Leader
  • Insert: Countersheet Reconnaissance Units Panzerblitz, Panzer Leader 1940, and Panzer Leader
  • Insert: Countersheet War of 1812 Scenario for 1776
  • Inserts: Hidden Movement and Search Tables for Bismarck 1968 and 1979, Jutland, Guadalcanal 1992, and Midway 1964 and 1992

The Boardgamer magazine was a quarterly magazine devoted primarily, but not exclusively, to the coverage of Avalon Hill / Victory Games titles and to other aspects of the boardgaming hobby.

Initially, The Boardgamer’s publication ran concurrently with Avalon Hill’s house magazine, The General, but instead of focusing on new releases, it devoted coverage to those classic, Avalon Hill games which no longer graced the pages of The General.

Following the cessation of The General in June 1998, The Boardgamer was the primary periodical dedicated to the titles from AH/VG, until its final issue in 2004.

 
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