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Gettysburg Board Game
The Battlefield Game. The greatest Civil War battle comes to life with
this board game that takes 2-6 players on a competitive "tour" of the
famous battlefield at Gettysburg. Union and Confederate players interact
along the way, blocking moves or forcing retreats… who will win the day
at Gettysburg this time? A game for the whole family, this is a great
learning resource and a wonderful introduction to the most decisive
battle of the Civil War. Ages 10 to adult.
A House Divided
A House Divided simulates the epic struggle of the American Civil War that
was fought over the twin issues of slavery and states´ rights. The period
from 1840 to 1861 saw these issues brought to a boil, and in 1861 the
nation became tangled in a terrible war that lasted four long years. A
House Divided contains hundreds of beautiful components and full color
rules sets complete with variants and alternative game setups. A House
Divided is easy, fast, engaging, and a must have for lovers of quality war
games and enthusiasts of the Civil War. This 2-player war boardgame is for
2 players ages 12 and up. It takes about 60 minutes to play.
The Price of Freedom the American Civil War 1861-1865 Board/Card Game
Convene your cabinet, call up your generals, muster your troops; It is
time to fight and find out what is the true Price of Freedom. The Price of
Freedom the American Civil War 1861-1865 Board/Card Game is a true grand
strategic level treatment of the Civil War. It is a fast playing card
driven game depicting the entire 4 year struggle. The game is designed to
play to completion in about 3 hours, making it ideal for tournament play
and gamers with limited time. Designed by Renaud Verlaque, The Price of
Freedom uses a variation of the popular card drvien system found in many
other games. The difference is Renaud's unique treatment providing strong
historical flavor and high replay value. There are 25 historical army
commanders represented from both sides of the conflict. Each have varying
levels of ability affecting the maneuver and combat apabilities of the
corps tey command. The entire American Civil War plays out on a
beautifully rendered map depicting the strategic scope of the campaign.
Wonderfully illustrated corps counters feature the artwork of Don Troiani
and portraits of the commanders to give The Price of Freedom a distinct
period look and feel. The Price of Freedom is a 2 player card driven game.
It is not recommened for solitaire play but can be played that way as
well. The game is of medium complexity and can be played in about 3 hours
once the rules are fully understood. There is one 25" X 19" playing map
and 132 large playing pieces with this game.
Professor Noggin's Civil War Trivia Game Pncw
Great for classrooms!
Ages 7 and up
From Outset Media
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