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The sequel of the legendary wargame with a complete graphics and interface overhaul, major new gameplay and design features such as full naval combat modelling, improved supply handling, numerous increases to scenario parameters to better support large scenarios, and integrated PBEM++.
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I know that this has nothing to do with TOAW but it is the only forum that I am on.

I have found some old S&T and Wargamer magazines from the 1980's as per attached list along with some boxed games which I had in storage. Does anybody know if there is a market for them or do I just dump them?

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Have you tried Board Game Geek? That would be the best place to sell this stuff.
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Don't dump them! They have value. What that is depends on the game, condition and market. Obviously unpunched games are worth more. The 3W stuff is less sought after. Apart from BGG there is also a FB group for selling this stuff. And eBay of course. All depends on how much time and effort you want to put into maximizing your return. Or simply looking into BGG Wargamers pay it forward.
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Thanks for the heads up
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I'm thinking that all that stuff might be more valuable in
about a hundred years but on the other hand AI is going to
kill us all by 2060.
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