Conflict Simulations of Australia (1981-1991)
Non-ASL Magazine with ASL Scenarios, Periodical
Country of Origin:
Rare ASL scenario
Breakout was a more or less quarterly gaming magazine published in Australia from 1981 to 1991. Because it covered every aspect of the gaming field, from miniatures to board wargames to play-by-mail games (a dead genre) to computer games to role-playing games, its coverage of any single area was necessarily thin. Over time, it tended to gravitate more towards role-playing games. However, it was really the only gaming publication of its type in Australia at the time. It folded after about 45 issues and 2 special issues.
During its run, it printed ASL scenarios three different times.
- Breakout! #32 (1988)
- Prokhorovka Melee. Soviet Union 1943 (Soviets vs. Germans)
- Make or Break. Soviet Union 1943 (Soviets vs. Germans)
- Breakout! #33 (1989)
- Rearguard Action. Italy 1944 (Americans vs. Germans)
- Breakout! #42 (1991)
- Usau Ridge. Netherlands East Indies 1942 (Australians vs. Japanese)
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