I recently downloaded the "Mazes & Minotaurs Player's Handbook: 2012 Silver Jubilee Edition" PDF. I believe this PHB is a revised / updated version of the Legendary Games Studio-revised 1987 version of the same game.
At the end of each chapter, the authors included "2007 Edition Notes and Comments". One comment at the end of the 4th Chapter, "Adventuring", intrigued me:
... he described the « three laws of Kreuk » (from the name of Thomas Kreuk, author of Warfare & Wizardry, often labelled as the ‘most complex RPG rules ever written’ – a dubious claim to fame if you ask me) ...
I tried to learn more about this game online. However, I was unable to find any reference to the game or the author. I get results that return this direct quote but no leads on the actual game. The closest I've come is references to "Chivalry & Sorcery: Warfare & Wizardry in the Feudal Age" but the author names are different.
I'm not sure if the notes changed the name to protect the innocent, if the terms are so generic that I've simply not stumbled across it yet, or if it's so obscure that it simply not in the search engines. From the context, I assume it, if it exists, dates back to the early 70's ("Mazes & Minotaurs" was originally published in 1972).
My question is: did Warfare & Wizardry exist as a published RPG game?