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Orcs in the Webbe takes a look at Miniature Wargames Magazine #376 in this review piece.



From the post:

Here is my quick review of the August edition of Miniature Wargames, issue 376. Apologies for it being a month late (the September issue, 377, came out last week) but I only got a chance to sit down with the magazine over the last weekend.

I started Written Matters on OITW back in 2008 to let readers know what is in a particular publication and if there’s anything of particular note that I feel might be of use to it’s readers. Back then it was anything of a vaguely Blackpowder / Alternative Historical bent but now the readership of OITW has expanded so has my mini review.

Orcs in the Webbe takes a look at Miniatures Wargames Magazine #375 and gives you their thoughts on the subject.



From the article:

Heya Folks!

Today Orcs in the Webbe's Written Matters column looks at Miniature Wargames 375, the July issue of the wargaming magazine.

Keep the Flag Flying!

Miniature Wargames issue 353 is now available for your reading pleasure.

In this issue:

The latest issue of Miniature Wargames is now available to order online.
Miniature Wargames, a magazine by Wargames Fever, is your exclusive guide for Salute 2012.

From the copy:

The May issue of Miniature Wargames is a very special one as it includes the official and exclusive Salute 2012 show guide. Published a week before the show, the guide contains all the essential information for you to plan your visit to Salute: floorplan, traders and games listings, information on the famous Salute painting competition, feature articles on games being staged at the show and more.
WarGames Fever has the latest issue of Miniature WarGames 343 available for order.

From their announcement:

The latest issue of Miniature Wargames is back from the printers and available to order now from

Cover Story
Kevin Jones starts a two part series on his refight of Tedorigawa in 1577 – one of the most decisive battles of the Samurai era.
Capitan Games' rules will be featured in Miniature Wargames Magazine. From their announcement:
In the may  issue number 337, of Miniature Wargames, the Capitan Rules has been included in the selection of Skirmish rules, for the napoleonic period in the article of Mike Popay and Ian Spence "Small but Perfectly formed?". The Capitan rules continue growing with 6 supplements for now, and more to coming.....
  • Peninsular War
  • War of liberation 1813-1814
  • War of 1812
  • Libertadores
  • 1st Carlist War
  • American Civil War
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