Perry Moore is a wargame designer and publisher from Santa Rosa, California. His first game design was "Assault on Leningrad 1941" published in the Wargamer back in 1980 for which he was given a two-year subscription to the magazine.His second game, Operation Pegasus, a Vietnam game, was published by Task Force Games in 1981 and sold 10,000 copies over its life. He has many designs published in S&T, ATO and others. Paul Rohrbaugh was one of his playtesters before his fame as a designer, Steve Rawling, Owner of ATO, was also a playtester and developer of his Landships from Clash of Arms. Since 2000, he has had three military history books published professionally, they are available online.
His blog is at wargamedesigner.blogger.com. His most recent release is Powder River 1865. Many of his designs are available as downloads from wargamedownloads.com. He also blogs on hubpages and at mercurycapri.tumblr.com
Perry has designed literally hundreds of games since his first and was prolific despite his critics. Firefight-games.com is his game website and is active. Paul Rohrbaugh was formerly a partner, but that changed a few years ago.
Perry enjoys restoring his 67 Chevy Corvair and 91 Mercury Capri XR2. He is still active in gaming, but other things are drawing his attention.
2020 - the information giving details Perry's of online presence above appears to be largely out of date. Perry's blog at wargamedesigner.blogger.com has not been updated since January 2011. wargamedownloads.com is now an online pharmacy. A search on hubpages was unable to locate any Perry Moore blogs. The contact e-mail address for rules questions for Perry's board games, firstname.lastname@example.org, may no longer be active.