JagdPanther is an award-winning game magazine that was published from to In , while a student at Texas Tech , Stephen V. Cole grew so enamored of the game that he conceived of a series of variants and expansions that he called "PanzerBlitz Unlimited". The first issue, published in April , contained the first article on PanzerBlitz Unlimited, an article on World War II mechanized combat, a variant for the wargame Borodino , and two reviews of commercial wargames, as well as several original mini-games — the squad-level WWII game MP44 , a football game called Scrimmage IV , and a simulation of the Battle of Cowpens. By , JagdPanther had evolved from a hand-typed zine to a professional magazine, and won the first of two Charles S.
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Take another journey with us back to , when a small wargame club in Amarillo Texas led by Steve Cole produced an award-winning magazine filled with articles, variants, and reviews. Production values had not improved, and we still printed on that insane 14" paper.
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Take another journey with us back to , when a small wargame club in Amarillo Texas led by Steve Cole produced an award-winning magazine filled with articles, variants, and reviews. Production values had not improved, and we still printed on that insane 14" paper. The pages are divided in half for this PDF version. Quality varies from page to page, as this is a scan of a year-old copy that wasn't printed very well from typewritten plates.
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Take a journey with us to an ancient age, just one step up from carving game rules on clay tablets. The year was at the very dawn of the independent wargame publishing companies. Typesetting was done with a manual typewriter, print-on-demand meant the photocopier at the library, counters were printed on paper and drawn by hand , page layout was done with scissors and cellophane tape, and two guys in a garage could turn out a wargame magazine that won two Origins Awards. The point was creativity, new ideas, and imagination. Production values would have to come later. JagdPanther Magazine was the brainchild of Stephen V. Cole, who later went on to design Star Fleet Battles.
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