Sandbox battle AAR - with screenshots PDF Print E-mail
Here is an AAR of a Division size Sandbox battle played on the hardest difficutly level.  I was in command of Heths Division, facing "those Black Hat Devils!".  With all of the recent improvements to the enemy AI, you will see how clever and agressive they are.  Yes.. I'll admit it.. I got whipped!  I hope you enjoy.  
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April Screen shots PDF Print E-mail
Here are some shots of a couple familiar views, as well as some more requested shots.  I also included the in-game map previews of all four Gettysburg maps so you can see the boundaries.  
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Dev Diary - May 2009 PDF Print E-mail

Yesterday Jim and I talked on the phone for a while.  Both of us trying to get a handle on where we are and where we are going.  One great thing about working with Jim is that he has a handle on EVERYTHING.  There's not a part of this project that he's not up on, so it's great to talk to him when I'm trying to get the overall picture of where we are.

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Review: A History of the 3rd South Carolina Regiment PDF Print E-mail
Review: A History of the 3rd South Carolina Regiment: Lee’s Reliables

from TOCWOC - A Civil War Blog by Brett Schulte


This is the fourth and final review of the inaugural titles in the South Carolina Regimental-Roster Set series from Broadfoot Publishing Company. A significant portion of each review will show you how this particular volume compared to the others in the series in terms of regimental history length, amount of annotation, depth and print size of rosters, bibliography, illustrations, and maps. I do this to show readers just how different each volume can be. The South Carolina Regimental-Roster Set bears a striking external appearance to the H.E. Howard Virginia Regimental Histories series. These books were, in fact designed as a South Carolina answer to the Virginia unit histories. Broadfoot hopes to publish 50 volumes in this set, but that plan is dependent on how well these and subsequent books in the series sell. If you are interested in seeing this entire series printed, I encourage you to pick up these volumes immediately rather than put off purchases until later.

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