The latest issue of MW is now in stock and ready for delivery in time for you to have some wargames nourishment over the festive period to go alongside the over-cooked Brussels, soggy stuffing and salmonella-on-a-plate turkey.
This issue is as well-stuffed as any turkey, too, with the following great features:
Stephen Maggs looks at wargaming the Battle of Barnet from the War of the Roses.
This month’s feature stars the Spartans.
UK Wargames Club Directory 2013
Make joining your local wargames club your New Year’s Resolution! A handy reference guide to wargames clubs in the UK appears in this issue.
I report from Castle Donington, the new venue of the World Wargames show.
Paul Johnston puts the case for competition gaming.
The mysterious Zeus returns with his regular historical wargaming news, views and reviews column.
Paul Stevenson presents a SYW battle report using Black Powder.
John Walsh looks at wargaming the First Battle of Polotsk in Russia in 1812 – the first of two very different battles fought over the same terrain during the campaign. You can also download the OOBs for this battle free from our Reinforcements page.
Bo Penstoft and Jonas Faering mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad by building their armies for a refight.
Gary Mitchell rounds up the latest sci-fant gaming news and products and Denis Jackman explains his award-winning participation game BopBop.
Book, Rule & Product Reviews and our nostalgic feature From the Archive.
Finally, I would just like to wish all of you out there in readership-land a very Happy Christmas and a Victorious New Year.