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Pete A.

Supporter 04/2013


Milwaukee, WI
Hometown: Greenfield

Member since:

March 27, 2008

What are a few of your favorite games; ones you almost never turn down a chance to play and you know so well you could explain it to others?

...played a lot of different games; classics: Axis & Allies, Risk; Hostile Aircraft,etc. ...can teach: Settlers of Catan & variants, Small World, many card games, chess, and any of the games which I GM at cons... Johnny Reb III, Fire in the Sky, or other games that I have designed: "Meeples in Space & Time"(meeples and minis), and "Rumey Cards!"(card game). I am working on a WWI - WWII ground game adaptation of my miniatures rules with unit based movement . Kind of a mix of Johnny Reb III and Fires in the Sky. Also two more racing games in the works. Boardless games, one with a track to lay down, "NAS-CA" and one with pylons to set up called "Reno". You guessed it! It's an Air Race. My latest two Miniatures games "Fires in the Sky" WWI air combat and "Savage Skies II" WW II air combat are ready for publication and commercial production. Other titles in development are "Mississippi Rally" and "Reno", both racing games.

Where do you live?

I live in quaint southside 'burb' Greenfield, wide streets, very quiet nights, very few sirens or gunshots heard at night...:)

What description fits you most - casual player, novice gamer, intermediate gamer, advanced gamer?

Advanced Gamer: as a game-master of miniatures games for over 15 years, a game designer, play-tester, and adviser of other designers, I would guess I fall into the last category. But that does not mean that I always win when I play. I'd say I'm about average as a player.

What is your favorite type of game - Mass market, Euro, War game, Ameritrash?

Wargames or Racing games... especially 3-D miniatures games. Also Chess and traditional card games are big favorites (see Hoyle).

What do you hope to get out of joining a organized gaming group – private events, public events, introduction to the hobby, serious gaming opportunities, social networking, just someone to game with, etc?

All of the above... in moderation. - I hoe to find the "gamer Girl" of my dreams!


Free to game more on Tuesdays & Thursdays.... Hope to see more of you now that summer is over!

What Pete A. is saying about this Meetup Group

You will meet fun loving and very smart people, and find out more about them than you ever wanted to know. Relax, have some humorous moments, solve puzzling situations, have more fat to chew & just hack, slash & kill something nasty for fun! (ok, ok just build your financial empire!)

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