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Just wondering if this game eats up 2 tables?....
 
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A quick glance at scenario book (maybe wrong):

3 short scenarios using only the blue tactical map.
1 scenario using south map only. All others are using both maps
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malteh wrote:
Just wondering if this game eats up 2 tables?....


Heck, you haven't worried about the task force display cards, airbase cards, weather cards and charts and tables. 2 tables minimum!
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huuuummmm... bad news . Thanks for answering. Think I have to skip this one. Is there any game in this series that can be played on an average sized dining table?
 
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You might want to wait until Coral Sea comes out, which should be soon. Its a smaller, introductory title. About half the operational scenarios in Strike South use only one of the 2 maps, however those scenarios tend to have overwhelming Japanese forces against smaller Allied forces, which doesn't mean they aren't still fun. I suspect you could play a lot of the Bomb Alley games on a largish table.

If you're looking at WWI/GWaS, I know that Mediterranean has a lot of one map scenarios.
 
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SOPAC is possible on an average sized dining table.
 
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