Decision Games

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Decision Games
Private
Industry Game publishing, magazines
Founded 1988
Founder Christopher Cummins
Headquarters United States
Products Wargames, magazines
Website decisiongames.com

Decision Games is a wargaming company founded by Christopher Cummins that publishes Strategy & Tactics magazine. The company has bought the rights to many Simulations Publications games and is reprinting many of them, as well as creating new, original games that vary in complexity.[1]

The company publishes several magazines, which include:

  • Strategy & Tactics, which includes a game covering various military events in every issue;
  • World at War, which covers World War II and also includes a game in every issue;
  • Modern War, which covers the period since World War II and hypothetical future wars and also includes a game in every issue;
  • Fire & Movement, which covers the wargaming hobby and includes articles on wargaming techniques and reviews of new wargames.

History[edit]

The company was founded in 1988. In 1989, it started Desert Fox Games, which specialized in selling new and used wargames from various companies.

Games[edit]

Games published by Decision Games include:

Printed Board Games

Computer Conversions

  • D-Day at Omaha Beach
  • D-Day at Tarawa
  • War in Europe
  • RAF: Lion

Original Digital Games

  • Nuts! The Battle of the Bulge
  • Battles of the Ancient World
  • Congo Merc

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