Counter Magazine Issue #70 now available


Counter magazine Issue #70 is now available for download!
Cover - Issue 70 - revised2
This new issue features nearly 100 pages of articles, game reviews, discussion, convention reports and other features.  Among many others, included in this issue are reviews of:
Broom Service
Camelot: The Court
Cthulhu Wars
Queen’s Architect
The Staufer Dynasty
and many more!  19 different games are reviewed.
Articles include Dr. Mitchell Thomashow’s excellent and insightful “Games and the Visual Arts”, Classroom Boardgaming by Andrea Ligabue, and Chris Wray’s initial segment in the International Gamers Awards series.  There are also convention reports from the Spiel in Essen, GenCon and others.
No subscriptions are required with this format!  Rather, you can simply download each issue and read it on your computer, laptop, tablet or electronic device whenever and wherever is convenient!
You can download Issue #70 — as well as Issues 67, 68 and 69 — by visiting the BoardGameGeek store at:

About gschloesser

Greg Schloesser is the founder of the Westbank Gamers and co-founder of the East Tennessee Gamers. He is also a prolific reviewer of games and a regular contributor to numerous gaming publications and websites, including Counter, Knucklebones, Boardgame News, Boardgame Geek, Gamers Alliance and many others. Greg has been a gaming enthusiast his entire life, growing up in our hobby mainly on the war game side. His foray onto the internet exposed him to the wonderful world of German and European games and now nearly all of his gaming time is devoted to this area of our hobby. He travels to several gaming conventions each year and is the co-founder of Gulf Games, a regional gaming get-together held in the Southern USA. Greg was born in 1961 and lived his entire life in New Orleans before moving to East Tennessee in 2005. He is married and has one daughter (now married.)
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2 Responses to Counter Magazine Issue #70 now available

  1. Does anyone else see a large chunk of code at the top of this article, or is it just me?

  2. No, the code is there for me, too.

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