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First Look at the General Staff Black Powder Wargaming System

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A quick video tour of the General Staff Black Powder Wargaming System. Not sure why, but the video does not capture ‘pop-up’ windows (that show unit strengths, positions, etc.).

 

Army Editor Video Tutorial

We are very pleased to announce that a video tutorial has been produced for the General Staff Wargaming System Black Powder Army Editor. The Army Editor allows you to create your own armies and Order of Battle Tables for use with the General Staff Wargaming System.

There were a few robocall (“Press 1 to lower your credit card rates now!”) interruptions, and one glaring error in the OOB for the Anglo-Portuguese Army at Albuera (16 May 1811), but this shows step by step how create your own, or historic, armies for use within the wargaming system.

How to Import Scanned Maps Into the General Staff Wargaming System Video Tutorial

We just completed the second tutorial video: How to Import Scanned Maps Into the General Staff Wargaming System. These video tutorials are available both on YouTube and they are accessible directly from the General Staff Map Design Module itself. Many thanks to Jason A. Stuart for the narration and Ed Isenberg for the tremendous video editing.