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Posted on Jul 8, 2005 in Armchair Reading

Bonus Game: Stalingrad – A Walk in Hell

Stalingrad: A Walk in Hell simulates the fighting for the western section of Stalingrad in 1942. The player controls - by moving counters across the map and combating enemy formations - the German and Soviet formations that fought in the battle.

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Posted on Sep 21, 2004 in Armchair Reading

Bonus Game: The Battle of Guilford Courthouse

The Battle of Guilford Courthouse occupies a unique place in American history. It is one of the least well known, yet most influential battles, ever fought by our soldiers. Nathan Greene's tactical defeat in the bare woods and muddy fields of North Carolina heralded a strategic triumph that would eventually lead to Cornwallis's retreat, encirclement, and surrender at Yorktown—an event that signaled the end of armed conflict in the freshly born United States of America.

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Posted on Jul 17, 2004 in Armchair Reading

Bonus Game: Brothers by My Side

Grab the latest bonus game, Brothers by My Side, from our September issue of Armchair General magazine! The fight for Landing Zone (LZ) X-Ray and the Ia Drang campaign have received more than their fair share of Vietnam War ink. It was not only the first significant battle between the Americans and NVA, but also the first test of our new airmobile infantry.

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