Twice a month new episodes of Wargaming Recon is released. Host Jonathan J. Reinhart discusses historical and New England gaming, his life, sneak peeks, and much more. Featured guests join Jonathan in speaking about the gaming world.
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List of Guests (subject to change)
- Dean Emmerson, an organizer of Huzzah Con in Maine, member of the Maine Historical Wargamers Association, historical gamer, and occasional contributor to wargaming magazine.
- Steven MacLauchlan, Digital Content Manager of Battlefront Miniatures (creators of Flames of War), formerly owner of the What Would Patton Do blog and WWPD: News From the Front podcast featured on the Flames of War website.
List of Past Guests
- Episode 105: Jon Sutherland, co-owner of the Wargame Holidays on Crete, former editor of White Dwarf magazine, author of many historical books, historical gamer, and husband of author Diane Canwell.
- Episode 105: Diane Sutherland nee Canwell, co-owner of the Wargame Holidays on Crete, author of the Continuing Tales of a Wargames Widow, owner of the most famous hands in wargaming, author of numerous historical books, and wife of author Jon Sutherland.
- Episode 104, Episode 96: Ben Gerber, owner and editor-in-chief of the Troll in the Corner, indie game designer and publisher, host of the Indie Talks podcast, and co-host of the Growing Geeks podcast
- Episode 102: Ian Cross, Fulbright scholar, conductor of first academic survey of wargamers, miniatures painter, and wargamer.
- Episode 102, Episode 100 and Episode 91: Aaron Bostian, blogging the Fancy Wars (pronounced Fonzy), gives back to his community through gaming.
- Episode 101: Jay Libby, co-owner of Dilly Green Bean Games, indie game designer and publisher, and US Navy veteran.
- Episode 98: Derek Lloyd, owner of Battleground Games & Hobbies in Abington and Plainville, Massachusetts
- Episode 98: Chase Laquidara, manager of Battleground Games & Hobbies’ Plainville store.
- Episode 98, Episode 61 and Episode 53: Andrew “Drew” McCarthy, owner of The Gate Stormers blog [DEFUNCT] and podcast [PODFADED] focusing on D&D and healthy gamer cuisine.
- Episode 97, Episode 86 and Episode 69: Angelia Parenteau, Promotional Director of TotalCon
- Episode 95: Jasper Oorthuys, managing editor publications for Karwansary Publishers, former editor of Ancient Warfare magazine, host of the Ancient Warfare podcast, and co-guardian of Karwansary’s Moral support & document shredder named Jack.
- Episode 94: Peter Bryant, kickstarted Rogue Chess, podcasts the ConMen and TriTac Games podcasts, designed the Cube of Death geek trivia game, and founded the Studio187 entertainment company.
- Episode 90 and Episode 58: Henry Hyde, editor of Miniatures Wargames with Battlegames, champions the British charity Combat Stress, co-hosts View from the Veranda with Neil Shuck, and blogger
- Episode 89 and Episode 77: Russ Lockwood, editor of Wally Simon’s Secrets of Wargame Design Vol. 1 and Wally Simon’s More Secrets of Wargame Design Volume 2 plus Wally Simon’s Solo Secrets of Wargame Design Volume 3, wrote the Snappy Nappy Napoleonic rules and Hyperspace Hack sci-fi game rules, created MagWeb.com (defunct), editor of Combat Action Command WWII rules and As Per Margin Age of Sail rules. He has appeared on The History Channel’s Modern Marvels program, ABC, NBC, and Fox. He’s given lectures at various HMGS conventions and Origins War College. He was the magazine columnist for MWAN and wrote articles for The Courier and Lone Warrior.
- Episode 81: Brent Newhall, author of Tabletop Conquest solo wargame also wrote the Original D&D retroclone Dungeon Raiders, a mecha RPG that tries to actually simulate mecha anime series called Gunwave, and a kid-friendly animal RPG called Weasels!
- Episode 57 and Episode 52: Neil Shuck, owner and head honcho of the Meeples & Miniatures podcast, which is the longest running gaming podcast in the United Kingdom.
- Episode 50: Steven MacLauchlan, Digital Content Manager of Battlefront Miniatures (creators of Flames of War), formerly owner of the What Would Patton Do blog and WWPD: News From the Front podcast featured on the Flames of War website.
- Episode 47: Bill Dettmers, owner of 12-7-Games.com
- Episode 42: J. “Joe” James Beaudoin, former Wikipedia Administrator, Battlestar Wiki Project Leader, CEO of FrakMedia Productions LLC., VP of White Eye Productions, web designer, web coder, graphic designer, and author.