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When you're looking to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine's a great way to do that. "But I've already read all my copies!" Ah! But, Wargames Illustrated has come out with their November issue. *checks calendar* Uh, yeah. A bit early, but whatever works. You can order your copy now.

We're still just under a week until October, but that's not stopping the people over at Wargames Illustrated from releasing the October issue. Seems they want it to be the spoopy month just as much as I do. Anyway, if you're looking for a way to fill your day with gaming information, it's a great way to do it.

When you want to fill your day with gaming info, a wargaming magazine is a great way to do that. In this instance, while May may start tomorrow, you can go ahead and pick up that month's issue of Wargaming Illustrated now.

For much of February and the starting couple days of March, it didn't really feel like winter. It really felt like spring. Well, Mother Nature was like, "Naw, son, it's still winter. Have come cold." And so, cold it became. Best to stay snuggled up tight with some blankets and a gaming magazine. And that magazine can be Wargames Illustrated number 377, as it's available now.

The latest issue of Wargames Illustrated is up now on their website. If you want to get all the great gaming info therein, you'll head over and order yourself a copy.

This week, a lot of people will be spending a lot of time with family.... and that means you'll probably want to run and escape to the world of gaming. Thankfully, the latest issue of Wargames Illustrated is now available so you don't have to talk to your creepy uncle.

The folks over at Wargames Illustrated have waisted no time in getting you your October issue of their magazine. It's just the first, but it's already up for your downloading and reading pleasure. If you want to fill your day with gaming info, there's not much better way to do so than with a gaming magazine.

When you want to fill your day with gaming, a gaming magazine is a great way to go. And as it's September, it seems like a good time to come out with September's issue of Wargames Illustrated. At least, so they thought, and I think they're right. You can get your copy now.

The venerable Wargames Illustrated magazine has been bringing you articles, event reports, and interviews for quite a long time, and they keep on going strong. You can now pick up issue 367 from their website. As always, it's basically got everything you'd need to keep yourself in gaming info for quite a while. This issue's even 8 pages bigger than normal! They couldn't contain it all in the regular space!
It's still not quite February, but that's not stopping the folks over at Wargames Illustrated from taking orders for the February issue of their magazine. If you'd like to get your copy of issue 364, you can head over to their shop and do so now.
Well, we've come full circle. At least, Wargames Illustrated has, of sorts. They have issue 360 of their fine gaming publication now available to order. So if you want to fill up more of your day with great gaming content, you don't have to look much further.
It's easy to feel like, after Gen Con, that there's a lot less gaming to talk about. Of course, that's definitely not the case. There's still plenty to fill up your day with gaming goodness. That includes great gaming magazines like Wargames Illustrated. They have issue 359 available now for your downloading and reading pleasure. Or, you can order a hard copy if you prefer.
Just last week, I watched a great documentary series on Netflix that was about WWII. It's certainly not the first series I've seen on the war. And it probably won't be the last. WWII fascinates a lot of people with just the scope and level of destruction that it had. And we know there's several miniatures wargames based on it. This latest issue of Wargames Illustrated, which is available now, also takes a deep look at the war, particularly Dunkirk.
Do you like hearing about all sorts of things that are going on in the world of hobby gaming?
That's a silly question, since you're reading it on a site that's dedicated to the world of hobby gaming. So of course you don't! ...Err... Do! Of course you do!
Well, you can get lots of information from Wargames Illustrated. It's like the Sports Illustrated of gaming. And while there may not be a "Game Designers Swimsuit Issue," or football phone, you can get a Warlord Games gift card if you get a subscription.
Wargames Illustrated has their May issue of their magazine now available. This month's focus is on the battle of Waterloo. Articles include a guided tour of the Waterloo battlefield, a culmination of a Hundred Days miniatures campaign, and a guide to painting figures based on the main armies that battled all those years ago. Get yourself a copy now.

From the website:
Wargames Illustrated is under new management. But it's also sort of old management, if you think about it. Dan Faulconbridge has been working with the magazine for 10 years now. He's taking over from Editor in Chief John Paul and owner Peter Simunovich. The magazine will still be associated with Battlefront, who will continue to distribute it. Also, the look of the magazine won't change much in the near future. While there are some changes in the works, the WI you've loved will still be the one you'll be getting.

From the announcement:
Wargames Illustrated has their February issue available now for your downloading and reading pleasure. As usual, the issue is packed with articles. It includes such as a look at fighting in South Africa during WWI, painting several WWI forces, a battle the Australians fought during Vietnam, and a look at the Blucher Napoleonic rules set.


From the website:
Wargames Illustrated has their January issue now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. In this issue they've got such articles as a rules showcase of Aggro with Ainsty Casting's Sam Catterall, a tactics article about Jeeps in Fate of a Nation, creating fire effects for your miniatures, and a talk with Alessio Cavatore about tourneys and the etiquette of players therein. All that and more inside this issue.


From the post:
Wargames Illustrated now has their December issue available in both physical and digital versions. The main article focuses on hills. Hills have always been an important part of warfare and they should be a big part of miniatures games, too. The article lets you know how to better integrate them into your games and strategies.
The rest of the magazine is also rather hill-themed, with articles on creating buttes for your tabletop, using chariots in mountain campaigns, and a battle report on a rather hilly board.


From the release:
Wargames Illustrated has the November issue of their magazine up online for your downloading and reading pleasure.


In this issue:

For WI325 we take the theme of ‘Operation Barbarossa’; the German surprise attack into Russia in 1941, which began a four-year bitter campaign of assault and counter-assault.

As well as our World War Two theme articles we also feature articles on making a 28mm ACW Ironclad, the Historicon Painting Competition winners, the ancients battles of Himera and Cremona, Pirates, Bolt Action and much more!

Wargames Illustrated is available from you local hobby retailer, WH Smith, via our website, or digitally from the Apple, Amazon and Google App stores.

Wargames Illustrated has their October issue of their magazine now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.


In this issue:

For WI324 we take the theme of ‘Modern Warfare’ and feature articles and photos covering wargames in Vietnam, South Ossetia, Palestine, The Rhine and The Golan Heights. We also have author Harvey Black writing for us this month and suggesting scenario ideas for ‘The Day the Cold War Turned Hot’. Our theme concludes with a look “Twenty years from now” at near-future gaming.

Outside of our five theme pieces we have a further nine articles to enjoy covering AWI, Colonial, World War Two, Shows, Modelling and more.

Wargames Illustrated has posted the September issue of their magazine for your downloading and reading pleasure.

WGI September


In this issue:

For WI323 we take the theme of ‘Battles in Literature’.

We have two bestselling authors contributing to the magazine for us this month, Simon Scarrow tells us about his love of wargaming and how it has influenced his writing over the years. We follow up Simon’s piece with a scenario featuring characters from his ‘Roman Eagle’ series of books.
Model Dads gives us a look inside Wargames Illustrated at the article talking about Operation Barbarossa for Flames of War.


From the post:

Model Dads slips between the pages of September’s Wargames Illustrated to update you on the long-awaited Barbarossa intelligence handbook for Flames of War.

Wargames Illustrated has issue 321 available up online for your downloading and reading pleasure.


In this issue:

The July issue of Wargames Illustrated is available now, and for WI321 we break with tradition and take the theme of Pulp Adventures - journeying into the world of twisted history, Steampunk and myth.

Wargames Illustrated continues to expand their digital archive of their magazine.



From the announcement:

We continue to expand our digital archive with the release of four new volumes.
The Wargames Illustrated digital archive is a collection of digital magazines, designed specifically for iPad, Kindle Fire and Android tablets, which contain compiled (by period) articles from the last five years of Wargames Illustrated magazine.
This latest release contains: Medieval volume 3, Colonial volume 5, Dark ages volume 3 and Horse & Musket volume 3. Each volume costs $2.99/£1.99 and is available from the Apple, Amazon and Android App stores.
To view the full content list of these four new titles, and the other 23 volumes available, go to the website and click ‘Archive Volumes’.