Judit Szepessy
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I am currently learning 1989 The Dawn of Freedom. I am fascinated how well the gameplay stimulates history. I love the cards, the tension, the different choices you have to make and the mechanics of the game.

This is the first CDG I have played and it seems it is a genre I will grow to like.
I also love area control games.

So I am looking for recommendations in this category. If you could include gaming time as well that would be great.

Thanks!
 
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Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001 – ? is the closest I can think of. It's not out yet though, but will be in August!
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Henry Rodriguez
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If area control is what you are looking for, and wish to look beyond TS, then I would recommend Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage and Washington's War. These do have additional game mechanics to capture the combat aspects of war, but for the most part, area control is the key to winning.
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Bill Vee
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Once men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them.
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There is also Campaign Manager 2008 and 1960: The Making of a President. Both are CDGs that use historical events as a theme.
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Kyle Nauman
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