Category: Hurrah Stalino

“Hurrah Stalino!” is a corps to army level rules for conflict on the Russian Front 1941 to 1945. It is by the Neo Stalinist Reality Wargames Collective aka Kremlin Miniatures. I got interested when I was looking at Operational level games. Martin Rapier said of Hurrah Stalino! that “it looks a bit daft at first glance but is actually a damn good game, very subtle”.

The Confessions of a Megalomaniac Wargamer and Amateur Historian (2015)


One of the things that really impresses me about Paul Ward of Matakishi’s Tea House is his focus. He chooses a new project, plans the project, does the project, finishes it, and moves on.

I’m a bit more scatter gun myself despite the fact that at work I encourage teams to limit work in progress. I start with a focus and get a lot done but then often wander off on a tangent when something else comes up that sparks my interest. I let myself do that because this is my hobby, not my job. A hobby shouldn’t really

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Wargaming Rules for WW2

There are lots of wargaming rules for World War 2. These are the ones I play: Crossfire, Megablitz, Rapier Offensive and Engle Matrix Games. One day I might write up my thoughts on the competitors, of which there are many.

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