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Author:  Scott Ludwig [ Sun Mar 09, 2014 5:57 am ]
Post subject:  Early American War Series - Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC)

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Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC)

Hi all,

I wanted to post about one of our sister Clubs, in case anyone is interested.

I would like to take a moment to talk about the Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC). Yes we are still around and looking better than ever.

Website Link - http://www.wargame.ch/1776/index.html

Forum Link - http://wargame.ch/board/cc/index.php


We play HPS Simulations/John Tiller Software games, including Campaign 1776, War of 1812, French and Indian War and Mexican American War.

We also play AGEOD's Birth of America, Birth of America 2: Wars in America and Rise of Prussia.

We currently have been enjoying a new surge in membership and have a fair amount of activity going. We also have a Tournament underway currently too and have continuously had different Tournaments going for a few years now.


We are setup just like here and the NWC. The major armies we have are the:

Continental American Army featuring various units of the wars, many comprised of individual states and also famous units such as Pulaski's Legion, Lee's Legion, units from Lexington & Concord to name a few.
Link - http://wargame.ch/1776/Americans/index.html

British Armies in America featuring British, Scottish, Hessian (German), Canadian, Loyalist, and Royal Marines & Royal Artillery.
Link - http://www.wargame.ch/1776/British/index.html

Indian Alliance featuring various tribes of North America.
Link - http://www.wargame.ch/1776/Indian_Alliance/index.html

French Army (l'Armée de Terre Royale) featuring various units of the wars.
Link - http://home.earthlink.net/~gcope047/Fre ... hMain.html


Those who have not stopped by in a while will notice we have changed a lot both in looks and how we operate. We also have new ideas we are working on all the time. One idea we are exploring is ways to use video capture software to highlight game play. Another is inviting artists of the period to interact with our members on our forum or via an interview to be published for the members to read. We have a lot more ideas too. Not only do we enjoy the games, but also we explore the history of the periods we play too.


We are a fun, low key, gamer focused Club, so feel free to stop by: http://www.wargame.ch/1776/index.html


If you're interested in joining, fill out the Joining Form: http://wargame.ch/1776/join_club/form.php

Training is Optional for those who are comfortable with the games.


Any questions or comments please feel free to email me at eric2900@aol.com

Thanks everyone! Happy Gaming!

Author:  Scott Ludwig [ Sun Mar 09, 2014 5:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Early American War Series - Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC

I will use this post to keep folks informed from time to time of our goings on. :)

Author:  Scott Ludwig [ Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Early American War Series - Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC

For those interested:

This weekend, we will actually be rolling out some American Army units from the War of 1812 & the Mexican-American War to the American Army OOB. :)

Author:  Scott Ludwig [ Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Early American War Series - Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC

Been a while since I did an update. We've got plenty of games going & have had quite a good year for recruitment...come join the fun!! :D

Author:  Scott Ludwig [ Fri Sep 12, 2014 12:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Early American War Series - Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC

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John Tiller Software Early American War Series:

http://johntillersoftware.com/EarlyAmericanWars.html

I will have an extra copy of only one game from the series this weekend probably. Email me if you are interested in it: eric2900@aol.com. You have to be able to do digital downloads, as that is how it comes.

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