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Board Wargame Magazine is a quarterly magazine published in Taiwan by Formosa Force Games. Each issue includes a complete game with die-cut counters. The magazine is in Chinese, but English rules are available for the games, usually in a short time after publication.
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1. Board Game: Bloody Kuningtou: Battle of Kinmen 1949 [Average Rating:6.63 Unranked]
Board Game: Bloody Kuningtou: Battle of Kinmen 1949
Published in issue #1 (February 2010)

Bloody Kuningtou: Battle of Kinmen 1949 (血戰古寧頭:金門大戰1949) is a two-player game that simulates the Battle of Kuningtou during the Chinese Civil War, October 24 to October 27, 1949. It includes 1 A2 Full Color Map and 72 5/8 inch die-cut counters.
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2. Board Game: 800 Heroes: Defense of Sihang Warehouse [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:10181]
Board Game: 800 Heroes: Defense of Sihang Warehouse
Published in #1 (February 2010)

800 Heroes: Defense of Sihang Warehouse is a postcard wargame about the defense of Shihang Warehouse during Oct.27 to Nov.1 in 1937. Lieutenant Colonel Xie Jinyuan led over 400 soldiers to fight against the invasion of Imperial Japanese Army and covered the retreating of the Chinese force in the end of Shanghai Battle. It includes 1 A4 map and 18 5/8 inch counters.
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3. Board Game: Growling Tigers under Siege: Defense of Changde 1943 [Average Rating:7.57 Unranked]
Board Game: Growling Tigers under Siege: Defense of Changde 1943
Published in issue #2 (May 2010)

Growling Tigers Under Siege: Defense of Changde 1943 (圍城虎嘯:常德保衛戰1943) is a two-player board wargame that simulates the defense of Changde in the end of the Battle of Changde, November 18 to December 3, 1943.
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4. Board Game: Strike on Sarhu 1619 [Average Rating:7.54 Unranked]
Board Game: Strike on Sarhu 1619
Published in issue #3 (August 2010)

Strike on Sarhu 1619 (決戰薩爾滸1619) is a two-player board wargame that simulates the Battle of Sarhu, March 1 to March 5, 1619. Each turn represents one day and each hex is about 10 km across. One player commands the Later Jin (後金) Eight Banners (八旗) and the other player commands the Ming (明) matchlocks and cannons. This is a decisive battle near the Sarhu Mountain Pass in Chinese history and sets an important foundation of the future Qing Dynasty.
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5. Board Game: Panzer Ace Wittmann [Average Rating:7.18 Unranked]
Board Game: Panzer Ace Wittmann
Published in issue #4 (November 2010)

Panzer Ace Wittmann is a two-player tactical wargame simulates the Battle of Bocage in June 13rd, 1944. Players lead German SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 101 and British 7th Armor Division respectively to fight for Villers Bocage. Each hex represents 50m across and each unit represents individual tank or artillery. This game use a "Time Point" driven mechanics and each time point represents one minute in real time.
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6. Board Game: Taiwan Strait Crisis 1950 [Average Rating:7.62 Unranked]
Board Game: Taiwan Strait Crisis 1950
Published in issue #5 (March 2011)

Taiwan Strait Crisis 1950 is a 2 players strategic-level board wargame that simulates the battles between People's Republic of China (PRC) and Republic of China (ROC) in 1950s which is so called "The First and the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis." Two players control the People Liberation Army (PLA), the National Government Army (NRA) in Taiwan and US 7th Fleet respectively.
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7. Board Game: Storm over Hengyang 1944 [Average Rating:7.48 Unranked]
Board Game: Storm over Hengyang 1944
Published in issue #6 (June 2011)

Storm over Hengyang 1944 (衡陽風暴1944) is a two-player board wargame that simulates the defense of Hengyang in late stage of Ichigo Operation, June 24 to August 8, 1944. Each turn represents 1 week and each area is about 1 km across. One player commands the Imperial Japanese Army(大日本帝國陸軍)and the other player commands the National Revolutionary Army(國民革命軍).
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8. Board Game: Records of Three Kingdoms 190-280 [Average Rating:7.04 Overall Rank:11835]
Board Game: Records of Three Kingdoms 190-280
Published in issue #7 (November 2011).

Records of Three Kingdoms 194-280 is a 2-3 players strategic-level wargame that simulates historical battles during the Three Kingdoms period in ancient China. Players control the Cao Wei (曹魏), Shu Han (蜀漢) and Sun Wu (孫吳) army respecitvely.
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9. Board Game: New Imperialism in China [Average Rating:6.44 Unranked]
Board Game: New Imperialism in China
Published in issue #8 (March 2012)

New Imperialism in China is a 3-7 player strategic-level board wargame, which simulates the foreign enclaves in China 1900 - 1911. Each turn represents one year. Players play the role of Great Qing Empire, Great Japanese Empire, United States, British Empire, French Republic, Dutch Empire, and Russian Empire, respectively. Players control areas with supply point to produce army and fleet for further expansion in each turn. Player who cotrols more areas by the 12th turn wins.
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10. Board Game: Menglianggu: Best Division under Heaven [Average Rating:7.60 Unranked]
Board Game: Menglianggu: Best Division under Heaven
Published in issue #9 (August 2012)

Menglianggu is a two-player game that simulates the Battle of Menglianggu during the Chinese Civil War, May 10 to 16, 1947.
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11. Board Game: El Alamein: Turning Point in the Desert [Average Rating:6.65 Unranked]
Board Game: El Alamein: Turning Point in the Desert
Published in issue #10 (February 2013)

El Alamein: Turning Point in the Desert is a two-player operational wargame simulating the 2nd Battle of El Alamein from 23 October – 11 November, 1942.

One player commands the attacking Allied forces (British, Commonwealth, Free French and Greek) while the other player commands the defending Axis forces (German and Italian). Each hex measures 5km across, unit scale is brigade, regimental and battalion, and most turns represent two days of combat.

The game consists of eight turns and each turn has four impulses. During each impulse the Allied player may perform actions with his units and then the Axis player. In each impulse, players choose to move, combat, or pass. Players use dice rolling and CRT to determine the combat result. If at the end of any impulse the Sidi Abd el Rahman and the Tel el Acqqaqir are both Allied-controlled the game ends immediately in an automatic Allied victory.
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12. Board Game: Iron Guards: Battle of Shanghai [Average Rating:7.23 Unranked]
Board Game: Iron Guards: Battle of Shanghai
Published in issue #11 (September 2015)

Iron Guards is a two-player board wargame that simulates the battle of Shanghai and defense of Nanking, Aug. 13 to Dec. 13, 1937.
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13. Board Game: Nanjing! Nanjing!: Defense of Guanghua Gate [Average Rating:6.80 Unranked]
Board Game: Nanjing! Nanjing!: Defense of Guanghua Gate
Published in issue #11 (September 2015)

Nanjing! Nanjing! is a postcard wargame about Battle of Nanjing during Dec.7 to 12 in 1937. It uses the same rotated action point system as in 800 Heroes: Defense of Sihang Warehouse.
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14. Board Game: Siping: China's Madrid [Average Rating:7.58 Unranked]
Board Game: Siping: China's Madrid
Published in issue #12 (October 2016)

Siping (四平): China's Madrid is a two to three players operational wargame simulates the four battles in Siping during the 2nd Chinese Civil War from 1946 to 1948.
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15. Board Game: Young Marshal: Xi'an Incident [Average Rating:7.12 Unranked]
Board Game: Young Marshal: Xi'an Incident
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Published in issue #13 (October 2017)

Young Marshal is a historical political conflict game for 3 players. Players play the Chinese leaders of Kuomintang KMT, Chinese Communist Party CCP, and Northeastern Army NEA in 1935, respectively.
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16. Board Game: Spies in Shanghai [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
Board Game: Spies in Shanghai
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Published in issue #13 (October 2017)

Spies in Shanghai is a party game for 4-8 players playable in 15 minutes. Players are either CCP Spies or KMT Secret Agents in Shanghai city in the 1930s. Spies need to collect classified files by obtaining information through assassination, theft, and leaks from under cover Secret Agents.
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17. Board Game: Red Flags Run [Average Rating:8.00 Unranked]
Board Game: Red Flags Run
Published in issue #12 (October 2016)

Red Flags Run (紅旗亂) is a operational solitaire wargame to simulate the Encirclement Campaigns from 1930 to 1934 in Jiangxi.
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