On March 28, 1990 I purchased a copy of Charles Stewart Grant's "Programmed Wargames Scenarios. I know this because it still has the receipt in it . . . probably because prior to today I had not really looked at it because it was basically for "solo wargaming" and I play with other people.
Well, while I dohave some available opponents, I'm still tire very quickly because of my cancer surgery . . . and will probably continue to do so once the chemotherapy begins.
So, since I don't have the stamina to face a live opponent for very long (I keep having to take naps); today I started to take a good look at Grant's book.
And it looks like it will work very well. I can see using it to play some "mini-campaigns" (two have been created using these scenarios):
- "Continuing Diplomacy" by Dr. Vesuvius of "Axis of Naughtiness"
- "Campaign of Positions" by Ross Macfarlane of "Battle Game of the Month"