von Dennis | 21.01.2014 | eingestellt unter: Magazine

Wargames Illustrated: Jetzt auch digital

Ab Ausgabe #316 wird die Wargames Illustrated auch digital erhältlich sein.

Wargames Illustrated


Wargames Illustrated is proud to announce the release of its first ‘dynamic‘ digital issue.

WI316 will be our third digital magazine release, but our first to feature interactive/dynamic content.

Our dynamic content includes:

– 360 degree figure spins.
– Movies
– Photo galleries
– Bonus content
– Web links


WI316 marks the beginning of the future with regard to our digital magazine production – going forward every digital issue of WI will include dynamic content, allowing you to interact with your magazine and hobby like never before.

Specifically, WI316 includes a movie to accompany our ‘Barbary pirates visit to Stuart England‘ article, showing this impressive game in action, eight 360 figure spins, allowing you to turn and view figures in full rotation, seven photo galleries, giving you access to 35 more photos than in the printed magazine, as well as direct web links, photo zooms and bonus text.
WI Digital is available for iPad , Kindle Fire and Android , via iTunes the Amazon Store and Google Play . To get hold of your copy just go to your relevant store and download the App.
Both single issue and subscription copies of the magazine are available, with archive material being released on a regular basis.
A subscription to the digital version of Wargames Illustrated constitutes a considerable saving on the price of a one-year hard copy subscription. As shown in the price examples below –
UK £39.99 – US $59.99 – EU €54.99 – AU $64.99 – NZ $79.99
Single issues are cheaper too – 
UK £3.99 – US $5.99 – EU € 5.50 – AU $6.49 – NZ $8.29
We hope you agree this represents great value for money, underlining Wargames Illustrated’s commitment to offering an affordable as well as easily accessible version of the world’s best selling wargames magazine.
Please note: Subscription copies are currently available on iPad and Kindle Fire. Android subs will be available flowing a software update in the next couple of months.

The WI Digital App is FREE to download and we also offer a FREE sample version of the magazine for you to take a look at before you commit to purchasing. We urge you to do this to check if WI Digital is right for you/your tablet.

– WI Digital is available for tablet devices; it IS NOT available for PC or Mac desktop/laptop computers or mobile phones.

– The iPad version of WI Digital is our preferred tablet platform. It offers ‘pinch-and-zoom‘ allowing the reader to zoom in on any area of the magazine. This facility is not yet available on Kindle and Android, however we are expecting an update within the next couple of months to allow this. The Android and Kindle versions of WI Digital also require Wi-Fi or 3G/4G access to view figure spins.

– Current subscriptions from the printed magazine are non-transferable to digital.

– We remain equally committed to the printed version of the Wargames Illustrated – the printed version of the magazine will continue to be produced on a monthly basis.

Please contact digital@wargamesillustrated.net

Link: Wargames Illustrated


SiamTiger / Dennis, Stellvetr. Chefredakteur von Brückenkopf Online. Seit 1996 im Hobby. Erstes Tabletop Blood Bowl. Aktuelle Projekte: http://www.chaosbunker.de/

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  • Die Wargames Illutrated ist doch schon länger digital erhältlich. Ich hatte sie selbst mal auf dem Tablet.
    Das neue ist das sie jetzt auch Interaktive Inhalte hat.

    WIe im englischen Teil der News ja auch steht. 🙂

  • Das dürfte gut sein, speziell das interaktive ist ein deutlicher Mehrwert. Vielleicht steig ich ja um wenn mein Abo aus ist…

  • ich pfeif auf die Interaktivität und freue mich über nicht weiterwachsende Berge von Zeitungen zuhause, die irgendwann doch ins Altpapier wandern

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