From: Mass. USA. now in Lancaster, OHIO
My first wargame was AH's Panzer Leader, which I first played in about 1978 or so, in junior high. I wanted Squad Leader, but decided that was too complicated. That was my next game purchase, followed by the modules as they came out. I bought many AH and Victory Games titles over the years. The first computer wargame I saw was Hunt for Red October, I believe it was called, on a Commodore 64 that a guy in my army unit had, and I really, really wanted a computer from that day on. When I bought my first one in 1992, that was my first purchase.
I started the evolution into WITP-AE with Uncommon Valor, and bought the original WITP, but never actually got around to playing it. Too bad, because it seems I missed out. But WITP-AE is, to me, the best computer wargame ever made, and unlikely to be surpassed.
My first wargame was also Panzer Leader. During the balance of the 70's and 80's I bought it 3 times and then built up a complete German and US Army Corps and made 4, 2' by 4'map panels. It was BIG fun....GP
Intel i7 4.3GHz 10th Gen,16GB Ram,Nvidia GeForce MX330
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"Do everything you ask of those you command"....Gen. George S. Patton