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Subject: A fun to play series! rss

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Jay Townsend
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I think what I like about the Nations at War series, is not about it being the most accurate game series as far as unit types or compositions of forces and sizes or forces but for the simple and fun game play, as a break from my normal wargame play that may be more involved and historically accurate. NaW like WaW are fun, fast playing games, where a scenario can be play in an hour after setup. You get the idea of how the battle played out historically in a less detailed format but fast playing with some nice balanced scenarios.

Obviously because of counter limitations in these games, you have to make due with counter mix until more products are released but a really enjoyable series to play.
 
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Jay Townsend wrote:
Obviously because of counter limitations in these games, you have to make due with counter mix until more products are released but a really enjoyable series to play.
Don't mean to resurrect this from the dead but I think it would be a great idea to just release huge sets of counters on the LnL site for pdf download or as a print on demand. And not just for Nations of War but also for the World at War and Lock 'n Load series. I mentioned a similar idea for maps somewhere else on one of the other LnL games' forum as well, but cannot remember where.
 
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