A Civil War Simulation PDF Print E-mail

Ron Berg from the Rocky Mountain Civil War Roundtable has reviewed SOWGB and sent us his latest.  We really appreciate everyone that takes the time to review our game.  Thanks Ron!

I’ve always counted simulations (which somehow sounds more respectable than “game”) as valuable tools in understanding history. Like their brethren media — books, movies, reenactments, collecting, etc. — a high-quality simulation provides insights into an event and the challenges faced by the participants. Interactive by definition,
simulations bring a number of unique advantages over other methods. They are tools for self-teaching that can be used to explore a nearly unlimited spectrum of “what if” alternatives. And knowledge learned in this way is quickly internalized and often long-lasting.

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Pipe Creek Map 1 Screenshots PDF Print E-mail

Here are some screenshots from map 1 of the Pipe Creek Map Pack. This map covers the left flank of Meade's Pipe Creek Line.

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Pipe Creek Map Pack PDF Print E-mail
 

During the month of June 1863, Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was on the move to invade the north.  The Union army needed a strong defensive position to meet the threat and to defend Baltimore and Washingon.  The Pipe Creek line was the proposed defensive position chosen by Maj. Gen George Gordon Meade when he assumed command of The Army of The Potomac on June 28th, 1863. Read more about The Pipe Creek Line

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Armchair General 95% PDF Print E-mail

Amazing review by Bryce Valentine over on the Armchair General!

http://www.armchairgeneral.com/scourge-of-war-gettysburg-pc-game-review.htm

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