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    Norm SNorm S
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    The new magazine issue 33 game from C3i.

    Waterloo campaign (last 3 – 4 days) at 1 mile per hex and 1 unit equals a Corps. A fun game with a lovely map.

    I have put some comments and observations up on my blog about the game. I am really enjoying the system, which could become a bigger series.

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    http://battlefieldswarriors.blogspot.com/2020/02/waterloo-campaign-1815.html

    http://commanders.simdif.com

    #131300
    Steve Johnson
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    Great review as always Norm.

    #131545
    Jonathan Gingerich
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    Well Herman doing a simple, unique, “chess-like” take on the Waterloo campaign is just too tempting, so I ordered it!
    Yikes things have gotten expensive. For another $10 I could get the remake of Dune.
    Took a look at the Rules forum on Boardgamegeek. Well let’s see: Incorrect examples of play, mangled English, the most basic of rules omitted, questioners ghosted. Ah the good old days!-)

    #131549
    Norm SNorm S
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    I think both his Gettysburg and Waterloo will become collectable stepping stones on the way to the near future release of Rebel Fury by GMT.

    More than anything, I think it is the way that armies approach each other and the impact of the Zones of Influence as part of the whole, that are of gamer interest here.

    http://commanders.simdif.com

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