Fall 2010

Workshop of the World

[Few people have had such a broad experience in…

Wampum

[Larry Levy is one of the best known voices…

Terra Prime

[Tasty Minstrel Games is a newcomer to the gaming…

Thunderstone: Wrath of the Elements

[Game design is like magic: if you do it…

Sneaks and Snitches

[Expect a spirited conversation when you talk with Ben…

Lord$ of Vega$

Reviewed by Nick Sauer (Mayfair Games, 2-4 players, ages…

Last Train to Wensleydale

[Few people enjoy a better – or more well…

The Last of the Independents

[Throughout our years of publication, we have been fortunate…

Julius Caesar

[Block wargames from Columbia Games have often been reviewed…

Glen More

[I first played this game at The Gathering of…

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Sad to hear of the passing of actor Robert Clary (at age 96). Clary was a prisoner in a concentration camp for nearly 3 years during his teens and lost 10 of his 13 siblings, as well as his parents, in the Holocaust. But he was not the only member of the cast of the sitcom that brought him success who suffered from the Nazis. These included Werner Klemperer, who played the pusillanimous camp commandant, Col. Klink, and who was the son of the renowned orchestra conductor Otto Klemperer; his family fled Berlin for Los Angeles when Mr. Klemperer was 13 to escape persecution and John Banner, who played the doltish Sgt. Schultz, who fled his home country, Austria, after Germany annexed it in 1938. The sitcom was, of course... ... See MoreSee Less
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