Aide de Camp 2 (ADC2) is a computer program by HPS Simulations designed for playing board wargames by email. It has utilities that allow users to create an electronic version of the map, rules, and counters of existing games, built in dice-rolling routines and an turn replay feature. It is not a stand alone computer wargame, but does allows players to design their own games using it.
Aide de Camp 2.0
"Universal Boardgame Conversion and Assistance Utility" Converts board wargames into a computer version for Play-by-email (PBEM). Built in routines for common game functions, such as movement and combat. Contains no rules; you must own a copy of the board game. Commercial.
Lebensraum Campaign Headquarters
Player support for PBEM play of free ADC2 Module "Lebensraum, the War in Europe 1939 to 1950", designed by Terry Shrum.
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