[WWI] "Ace of Aces"

Allan Wright aew at unh.edu
Wed Feb 23 11:56:42 EST 2005


Canvas Falcons is a derivative of Blue Max, a board game that I helped
convert to use with models back in 1994. Blue Max was the main catalyst
for me to start building 1/72 scale models and to create this list and
website.

I cannot recommend anything more highly :-)

Allan

 
On Wed, 2005-02-23 at 17:47 +0100, Daniel Clamot wrote:
> For all those of you who are liking boardgames, I can give you the following 
> info: a game of WWI tactical aerial combat is actually in playesting 
> (WarBirds: Canvas Falcons). It will be ultra realistic, will include many of 
> the a/c involved (at least since 1916). I'm a playtester of Canvas Falcons, 
> and I can say you that it's a future winner!
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Daniel.
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Lance Krieg" <lance.krieg at amerus.com>
> To: <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 4:25 PM
> Subject: [WWI] "Ace of Aces"
> 
> 
> > I'm back, sort of, but am pretty much completely worthless at everything
> > for the next week or so, and I can't crawl to my library to help with
> > anything.  Total junkie at this point, too, but without any of the
> > euphoria that accompanies the early stages of addiction.
> >
> > The above-captioned game has several varients, of two-book duels.  As I
> > recall, I have them all, but never played a one owing to lack of
> > enemies.  They are:
> >
> > Spad versus Fokker V.II
> > Spad versus Baloon
> > Camel Versus Dr.I
> > Eindecker versus DH2
> >
> > I've got "Dawn Patrol", a varient of "Fight in the Skies", and a couple
> > of others, too, though Richhtofen's War disappeared somewhere along the
> > way.
> >
> > If someone wants these, make me an offer.
> >
> > Jesus!  a pink elephant just walked through the door....
> >
> > Lance
> >
> >
> > 


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