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Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 7/19/2024


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GEN CON INDY 2024: August 1-4 at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN. LISTEN UP, GAMERS! Time is running out to get your Gen Con badges.

Poster: Robert Holifield
Post Date: 7/17/2024


Antietam, 1862

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"...I felt compelled to deal with this battle, which though a tactical mess, turned out to be a turning point...". Jeff Berry, in Obscure Battles, brings us another one of his exquisite battle reviews. Join him for some intriguing insights and wit, as "...Lee and Davis both recognized that now was the time to take the war north to prove that the South was winning their independence."

Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 7/15/2024


Part 7. The History of The Avalon Hill Game Company 1986-1991

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"Avalon Hill, after a big surge in the late 70s until the mid-80s was on a roll. But little did anyone know, the company would soon enter a decline that would eventually lead to the end of the company. In this episode, we explore the beginning of the end of Avalon Hill." Legendary Tactics

Poster: Robert Holifield
Post Date: 7/14/2024


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Game: Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-?



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Publisher: GMT Games
Game Type: Board
Designer(s): Volko Ruhnke
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Description:


Labyrinth takes 1 or 2 players inside the Islamist jihad and the global war on terror. With broad scope, ease of play, and a never-ending variety of card combinations similar to GMT Games's Twilight Struggle, Labyrinth portrays both the effort to counter extremist terrorism and the wider ideological struggle—guerilla warfare, regime change, democratization, and more. From the designer of the award winning Wilderness War, Labyrinth combines an emphasis on card-driven game play with multifaceted simulation. In the 2-player game, one player takes the role of jihadists seeking to exploit world events and Islamic donations to spread fundamentalism. The other as the United States must neutralize terrorist cells while encouraging Muslim reform to cut off extremism at its roots. Labyrinth features asymmetrical game play and a maze of political, religious, military, and economic events. In the parallel wars of bombs and ideas, international coordination is key—but terrorist opportunities disrupt Western unity are many. The Towers have fallen, but the global struggle has just begun. Let's roll!


Articles


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Pub Date
Article Description
Source
31
Date: 10/9/2023
Poster: Doug Holt
Unofficial Scenario for Labyrinth: The War on Terror

"The variants presented in the 'Intel Wars' scenario totally change the complexion of the game." Grognard "Administrator Emeritus" Mark D'Agosta brings us this interesting re-balance variant scenario that "...leaves the Jihadist player free to pursue the victory that always seems just out of reach in the standard game."
Grognard Hosted
30
Date: 5/23/2021
Poster: Pat L.
EARLY ACCESS Labyrinth – Gameplay (Digital version)

Legendary Tactics presents a video playthrough of an early access digital version of this game from GMT. The game is now available on Steam.
Web Link
29
Date: 5/4/2021
Poster: Harvey M.
Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? from GMT Games – Basic Training Episode 1 – Card Play

How do you fight terrorists? The Players Aid teaches us how using Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? published by GMT Games .This is part of a new series they started this year called Basic Training which will be a series of instructional videos and tutorials on select games.
Web Link
28
Date: 4/11/2021
Poster:
Insights and Impressions: Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-?

Swords and Chits take their first run of Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? published by GMT Games. "Many people who enjoy the game REALLY seem to enjoy it, and I can definitely understand why after my first play of the game. It has a lot to offer, and there’s the refreshing puzzle each round of how to make the cards you are given do what you want them to accomplish."
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27
Date: 3/17/2020
Poster: Harvey M.
Strategy Advice on Playing as the Jihadists in Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? by GMT Games

The Players Aid passes on successful strategies they have learned playing the Jihadists in Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? from GMT Games.
Web Link
26
Date: 3/12/2017
Poster: Ed Sommers
Strategy Advice on Playing as the US in Labyrinth

Grant, writing for The Players Aid blog, shares a comprehensive (and long overdue) article on U.S. strategy in GMT's "Labyrinth: The Global War on Terror"...
Web Link
25
Date: 1/25/2016
Poster: Doug Holt
Labyrinth – Jihadists for the Win!

Blogger Ty Snouffer puzzles over his recent replay of GMT Games' Labyrinth. "It was an excellent game as usual..." but "My games tend to be short." Perhaps he's too good of a Jihadist?
Web Link
24
Date: 10/13/2015
Poster: Mark D.
Stay Soft or Go Hard - Labyrinth Strategy

"Stay Soft or Go Hard: Deciding US Posture in Labyrinth: Awakening" discusses strategy for the new Labyrinth expansion "Awakening". Authored by Trevor Bender for the InsideGMT blog...
Web Link
22
Date: 8/10/2014
Poster: Mark D.
Boardgaming Life: Strategy

"Better the Cards You Know" - This article by Mark D. for The Boardgaming Life presents a list of critically important card events that every new Labyrinth player must be aware of.
Web Link
23
Date: 6/17/2014
Poster: Mark D.
Here's No Great Matter: Review

Interesting site, and Profrock has an interesting opinion on Labyrinth. Worth a read if you have not purchased the game yet and you're trying to decide…
Web Link
20
Date: 10/31/2012
Poster: Mark D.
Enrico Viglino: Vide Review

Detailed video review by Enrico Viglino.
Web Link
19
Date: 6/17/2012
Poster: Mark D.
Glenn D: BGG Review

BGG review penned by Glenn D
Web Link
18
Date: 4/22/2012
Poster: Mark D.
Oystein Eker: BGG Review

BGG review by Oystein Eker
Web Link
17
Date: 1/16/2012
Poster: Mark D.
Hello Gregor: Video Replay (solitaire)

Detailed solitaire (kind of) replay by Hello Gregor on YouTube.
Web Link
8
Date: 4/8/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Errata (PDF)

Last updated 4/8/2011.
Web Link
15
Date: 2/27/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Boardgaming Life: Unofficial Scenario "Arab Street Uprising"

New unofficial scenario from Mark D at The Boardgaming Life.
Web Link
14
Date: 2/2/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Rogers Reviews: BGG Review

Review by "Rogers Reviews" on BGG
Web Link
21
Date: 1/28/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Boardgaming Life: Review of Solitaire Game

"Alone Against the Whirlwind" - Review of the solitaire game by Mark D. for The Boardgaming Life.
Web Link
13
Date: 1/14/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Joe Bloggs: BGG Review

BGG review by Joe Bloggs
Web Link
11
Date: 1/7/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Armchair General: Review

Detailed and fair review by Christopher Beck for Armchair General magazine.
Web Link
10
Date: 1/2/2011
Poster: Mark D.
Chris Larkin: Review

Review on BGG by Chris Larkin.
Web Link
7
Date: 11/30/2010
Poster: Mark D.
Charles Simon: Review and Comparison

Excellent review of Labyrinth and comparison with Twilight Struggle, by Charles Simon for BGG.
Web Link
6
Date: 11/21/2010
Poster: Mark D.
Doug Cooley: BGG Review

Detailed review by Doug Cooley for BGG.
Web Link
9
Date: 11/10/2010
Poster: Mark D.
PaxSims: Review

Nice review by Rex Brynen for PaxSims.
Web Link
4
Date: 11/10/2010
Poster: Mark D.
Jesse Dean: BGG Review

Another early review by Jesse Dean on BGG.
Web Link
3
Date: 11/10/2010
Poster: Mark D.
Nathan: BGG Review

Early review by Nathan for BGG.
Web Link
5
Date: 11/6/2010
Poster: Mark D.
Official Rules (PDF)

Rule book posted by Joel Toppen on BGG.
Web Link