Some say that amateur zines running games by post will
eventually be supplanted by web-based zines. There's not
much sign of it happening yet in the UK with the postal
gaming scene still going strong. A few zines do have a
web presence, though.
||The more I see of this zine the more involved
I become in exchanging views with its largely
American readership. The first American zine to
||It's no longer the year 2000 but this truly
excellent Diplomacy resource is still here.
Whom The Die Rolls
||In print this zine, which runs a phenomenal
number of games, looks beautiful and the web
site's not scruffy either. The 1998 Zine Poll
Winner was given an average rating of 7.47 (out
of 10) by voters.
||Or, to give it its full title, The Gentle Art
of Making Enemies. This is a fast turnaround
Diplomacy zine, although other games are
||Here's a couple of decent looking En Garde!
Win Just Once is available as a zine and on
the web and continues to host the long running Les
Petites BÍtes Soyeuses campaign. King
& Cardinal is, I believe, web only.
||Paul Barker has been around the postal game
hobby for a while but despite that ... he's
started up a web zine dedicated to this Diplomacy
||The electronic auxiliary to Rob Thomasson's
||Old zine editors never die, they just
resurface 20 years later as virtual zine
editors. The webzine is more impressive
than I remember its paper-based antecedent being,
which must prove something.
||A football management game, available in hard
copy, by e-mail or on the web.
||Although prone to calling other people
"the most evil man in the hobby" Mark's
fairly handy with the butcher's knife himself.
One of my favourite zines, so what does that say
||Settling down nicely, this multi-zine
co-operative effort from Europe (English
language) has a wide variety of games on offer.
||A multi-contributor site dedicated to the world of postal