New post on InsideGMT: Colonial Twilight Operations and Special Activities

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Over at the InsideGMT blog, about 3,000 words on the menus of Operations and Special Activities available to the two players.

http://www.insidegmt.com/?p=13712

In a couple of weeks I will write another post on the Propaganda Round sequence of play, and about the Pivotal Event cards each side has. After that, I don’t think there is much more to describe about this game!

Leaving tomorrow for BottosCon 2016, the annual wargame convention in saturated Surrey. Always a good time, and nice to meet so many people I often meet just once a year at this event.

Items I will be bringing with me for people to paw through and try include: Caudillo, Chile ’73, Colonial Twilight, EOKA, The Little War, and Red Horde 1920. Plus giveaway copies of Guerrilla Checkers and Uprising.

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Scheldt Campaign: Designer’s notes for the 2nd edition

(I do an image search for “Dutch mud” and this is what I get.)

Over at Hollandspiele Games’ site, some notes they asked me to write on the design, development and second edition of The Scheldt Campaign:

https://hollandspiele.com/blogs/hollandazed-thoughts-ideas-and-miscellany/designers-notes-the-scheldt-campaign-by-brian-train

Toddle over and check it out!

Also, I have just been informed that PnP copies of The Scheldt Campaign are now available from The Wargame Vault for $12.00. That’s pretty cheap, but you will be missing the chunky goodness of laser-cut counters and the nice map.

https://www.wargamevault.com/product/191038/The-Scheldt-Campaign