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Matt Hiske
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Just wondering how this game is offered, mailed in ziplock packaging or just a downloadable format?

I would be interested in seeing the rules. The counters and section are very nice. What size is the map? How many scenarios?
 
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Erik von Rossing
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Thanks for your interest in the game. The Game, right now, will be sent to you via email as PDF Files. If the demand increases to a warranted level, I will set up a Downloadable operation on the website. The Map consists of 6 standard 8 and 1/2 by 11 sheets. I recommend using heavy Cardstock paper to print the map and the counters on. The Hexes are large sized(1 1/4" per side). There are 36 Mission Cards that vary from Search and Destroy, Snatch and Grabs, Riverine Patrols, Air Assaults, Winning Hearts and Minds, Rescues, and Ambush Patrols to name a few. The game also includes individual Heroes/Leaders that can be equipped with a variety of special personal weapons (including a Pump-Action Grenade Launcher).
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Sounds like it could be a winner. I ask about printing because I don't have a good printing source for a sturdy card stock.
 
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matthiske wrote:
Sounds like it could be a winner. I ask about printing because I don't have a good printing source for a sturdy card stock.


One solution is to download the PDF to a flash drive and go to a place like FEDEX (Kinkos) or another business center and print there. That way you could use card stock and have good color print. That's what I do and you generally need to print only the map and counters there.
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