6 edition of Naval Wargaming found in the catalog.
December 5, 1992
by Haynes Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
Fun on the tabletop with a miniature naval battle, using "Warhammer Historical - Trafalgar" rules. book but it’s well written and nicely explained so you do get a (basic) overview of naval history from Salamis to World War Two which is a nice touch. This is a good book and probably my favourite of the naval wargaming stable. I particularly like the emphasis on describing the tactics and ships of each period –File Size: KB.
Barry Carter's Naval War Games had a simple set of rules for WW1 and 2 combat.. It was a key book getting people into naval wargames after Don Featherstone's book on naval wargames. The rules are still used today for solo or two player games, where . This newsletter has a strong scholarly feel to it -- even the book reviews take the chance to present some naval military issue, rather than merely to introduce a new (or old) book. Reading Naval Wargaming Review, I get the sense that I'm actually learning something about warfare while also improving my gaming knowledge.
So with that in mind I have been perusing BGG looking at some of the naval wargames and there is some really good stuff out there. So I decided to take a closer look at the naval wargames that the folks here at BGG rated the highest. This list features the top 24 naval wargames on BGG. Be they hex and counter, card game or whatever. Simple naval-battle rules for 20th-century ships, especially my "All the Ships" counters. Minimal record-keeping and critical-hit-centered rules bring large battles into the realm of possibility, while preserving most of each ship's details.
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Chap 1. About Naval Wargaming. Not comprehensive, but adequate to set up the rest of the book. Chap 2. Equipment for Naval Wargaming. Pencil, paper, a few cardboard cutouts, some dice, and miniature ships.
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It was a real pleasure to find that it had been reprinted as part of the History of Wargaming project/5(5). Naval Wargaming has 5, members. This group is intended to bring together people who have an interest in the history of naval warfare and especially.
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