Friday, 9 November 2012

Portable Wargame website updated

I had some spare time today and decided that the PORTABLE WARGAME website needed updating.

It currently has three pages. The first is a simple INTRODUCTION page, ...


... the second has all the current DOWNLOADS, ...


... and the third gives access to the ARCHIVE of previous versions of the rules.


As time permits I hope to add more stuff to the website, but for the moment I think that the updated website provides adequate access to the various versions of the rules I am currently using, developing, or play-testing.

10 comments:

  1. Many thanks Bob. I think many "portable" winter nights are ahead.

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  2. Well done Bob!

    I will give the Hex rules a good read through this evening.

    Jim

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  3. I appreciate your work w/ the sight; thank you.
    Always enjoyable to play a Portable when a free hour presents itself.

    Don

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  4. Prince Lupus,

    I look forward to hearing how your battles unfold over the forthcoming winter.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  5. Jim Duncan,

    I thought that you might find them useful!

    Read and enjoy ... I hope.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  6. Brigadier Dundas (Don),

    I am very pleased to hear that you enjoy visiting my website, reading my blog, and using the PORTABLE WARGAME rules.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  7. Many thanks for your continuing hard work for us all.I will print them off today when in town...
    best wishes
    Alan
    p.s
    Any thoughts to tweak them to other periods yourself?

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  8. Tradgardmastare (Alan),

    I have tried to cover all the bases with regard to players who prefer squares and those that prefer hexes ... and for the two historical periods that I know most about. I have thought about producing a generic Ancients version of the rules, but it is not a period I have every wargamed very much. That said, I might give it a try soon.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  9. Hi Bob,

    Many thanks re the Hexed versions - needless to say plans are afoot with the blocks!

    All the best,

    DC

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  10. David Crook,

    I hope to produce some small board versions of the rules as well. In other words I hope to reverse engineer my current BBPW rules so that they are similar to the original PW rules.

    All the best,

    Bob

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