Owen Faraday of Pocket Tactics had the chance to have a look at the upcoming iPad version of Panzer Corps .
Read the article to see his first impressions and what to expect from this amazing wargame landing on mobile!
Posted: Monday, October 14, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta
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Here we are! Have you missed some news this week? You have another chance to stay updated!
During this week we had important announcements and highlights! Our friends from Every Single Soldier studio has just opend the gates of the Beta for Afghanistan '11, some cool mods for Campaign Series Middle East and Flashpoint Campaigns have received a deserved footlight and more!
Follow the first episode of this amazing Let's play of Drive on Moscow by one of our favorite streamers, Agrippa Maxentius! He'll show the game and introduce you to its gameplay concepts.
Many of you who grew up with boardgames might recognize Alan R. Arvold from the many situations he created for Avalon Hill's PanzerBlitz, Panzer Leader and Arab-Israeli Wars games, as were made present like in Avalon Hill's AH General, Wargamer, and other magazines. Later, as tabletop boardgames were replaced with computer wargaming, Alan performed the paramount task of preserving all these games in Talonsoft's Campaign Series game titles.
Alan's been continuing to preserve some genuine wargaming history in electronic format, now with Campaign Series: Middle East!
We have big news today. We are announcing a new game, one which explores a largely untouched setting and with an extremely original approach to wargaming: Afghanistan ’11.
Back when we released the U.S. Corps packs we told you they would be the last DLCs for the Panzer Corps series, but we never said that the path of Panzer Corps had come to an end. Millions of people enjoyed Panzer Corps in the last few years: it’s been a long and epic ride, but it’s not over yet.
The dispute over the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea has reached a turning point.
China has never hidden her intent to extend her power in the region, both diplomatically and militarily. And the nearby countries have always tried to do the same, in temporary coalitions or alone. The United States, despite their interest in countering the Chinese’s ambitions, have been involved too much in the Middle East to be able to have a strong presence in these waters.