A little bit of insight… As I was out driving to lunch today I saw a car in front of me with a license plate that said “KRDSWN”. I thought to myself, wow, that’s a pretty bold statement from either perspective – 1 – That the Kurds came out ahead after the Iraq War and the […]
We were working on laying out a way to handle changes in state for an integration process we were building the other day, and it just tickles me to think about it now. Basically, we’re trying to figure out how many different permutations there are of three Yes/No fields. We had figured out eight combinations: […]
Lest y’all think that design is all just fun and games, it also involves math and statistics. Here’s just a little tidbit of some of the inner workings of the International Posture Matrix from Next War: Taiwan. That was tedious work. Note: this is a follow-up to a post on the InsideGMT Blog.
With the rise of the “cloud” buzzword in recent years, it has become imperative that it be included in the analysis and planning around the infrastructure decision-making process. This is required in order to accurately portray the Total Cost of Ownership involved with seeking to move from a traditionally Capital Expense endeavor to an Operating […]
I’d like to talk a little about the new Naval Display that will appear in Next War: Taiwan (NWT) and some of the changes in the naval rules that go along with the situation presented by moving the series into the realm of major amphibious operations because, well, Taiwain is an island! As you can […]
Here’s the introductory paragraph and first rule for something I’ve been working on in my “spare” time between playtesting Next War: Taiwan and proofing the components. 1.0 Introduction The Advanced Game air rules in the Next War system, while allowing players to achieve some satisfaction through the thrill of moving A-10s and F-22s across the […]
Some time ago, I was interviewed, via email by Gian Carlo, from Associazione Sammarinese Giochi Storici (San Marino Historical Games Association). Why am I posting this now? Because I had kind of forgotten I even had a blog.