Re: [GZG] Game designer Charles S Roberts passes
From: Allan Goodall <agoodall@h...>
Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 17:42:09 -0500
Subject: Re: [GZG] Game designer Charles S Roberts passes
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http://mail.csua.berkeley.edu:8080/mailman/listinfo/gzg-lOn Sat, Sep 4,
2010 at 5:13 PM, Ken Hall <email@example.com> wrote:
> Mr. Evans is absolutely right.
Definitely. It was often hard to tell which ones were bought from other
companies, though. Flat Top and Air Force/Dauntless were by Battleline.
Diplomacy is the most famous example, as it had been around pre-AH, and
licensed to different companies in different countries. I still have my
> They certainly did fine work in-house as well, though -- the old Squad
> Leader/Cross of Iron is as good a boardgame as I've ever played.
They had quite a few excellent in-house games. I believe Up Front was an
in-house game, and one of the best they ever created. It presaged more
modern wargames in many way. Did they ever have a real clunker? Other
Powers and Perils, I mean...
Allan Goodall http://www.hyperbear.com