Sim and wargaming news
Nice try Shambler Soft. No doubt you thought naming your new Boer War wargame ‘Aasvogels Overhead’ would guarantee you the top spot in this week’s alphabetised news round-up. You hadn’t banked on Happy Hermit christening their new F-111 flight sim ‘Aardvark Attack’ yesterday morning.
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Simulation & wargame news
Ever heard of Charles Ezra Coopin, the last man executed for treason in the UK? Thought not. The wartime exploits of this Sussex schemer are little known outside of Brighton. Nazi-sympathising Coopin attempted to build an invasion bridge between Britain and France by stealthily extending the Palace Pier. His hamfistedness with a hammer and weakness for What the Butler Saw machines meant progress was slow, but by the time the plot was uncovered in May 1941, the retired music teacher had successfully lengthened the structure by over three yards. Churchill is said to have been deeply shaken by the affair. Read the rest of this entry »