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Lock ‘n Load Publishing Takes One Off, Puts One On

Henry, VA, August 17, 2007 - Lock ‘n Load Publishing, the sole publisher of Lock ‘n Load board games, announced today that it has taken World at War off P500, and placed Paul Rohrbaugh’s No Middle Ground on P500.

Paul Rohrbaugh’s clever operational design, simulating the 1973 War of Atonement, is now available for P500 preorder. Titled No Middle Ground, the game uses battalions and brigades to recreate the Syrian assault on the Golan Heights, the Israeli counterattack into Syria, and the battle of Chinese Farm.

World at War: Eisenbach Gap, the first in a series of games depicting platoon-level battles in the Third World War, is off P500 and at the printers. We expect to start shipping in early October. More information is available at

Founded by award winning author and game designer Mark H. Walker, Lock ‘n Load Publishing develops and publishes commercial board and computer games. Lock ‘n Load Publishing’s games include Lock ‘n Load: Forgotten Heroes, Lock ‘n Load: ANZAC Attack, and Lock ‘n Load: Band of Heroes. The games have won numerous awards, including the Origins award for Historical Board Game of the Year, two Wargamer Reader’s Choice Awards, a Charles S. Roberts Award for Best Modern Era Wargame, and International Gamer’s Award for Best Historical Simulation. Lock ‘n Load Publishing is headquartered in Virginia. More information is available at
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