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Aide de Camp II

Aide de Camp2 (ADC2) is the ultimate gamer's tool for converting all those old boxed games into...

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Aide de Camp2 (ADC2) is the ultimate gamer's tool for converting all those old boxed games into a fully playable computer version intended for Play-by-E-mail (PBEM). While designed primarily for wargames, ADC2 is flexible enough to handle any game or application where moveable "pieces" are placed on top of some sort of schematic base. It can handle games as diverse as the complex wargame Grand Europa, to every kid's favorite Chutes and Ladders, or even Scrabble. More Info »

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Aide de Camp II was added by kscalvert in Oct 2012 and the lastest update was made in Nov 2014. There is a history of activites on Aide de Camp II in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Aide de Camp II or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.
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