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thomas fernbacker
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This is a very nice looking game and I have the room for monster games.
How does it play?
I've read the hex scale is 200m, are the hexes over sized(larger than the standard 5/8"?
what is the unit size?
Are there others in the series?
tks thomas
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thomas7163 wrote:
This is a very nice looking game and I have the room for monster games.
How does it play?
I've read the hex scale is 200m, are the hexes over sized(larger than the standard 5/8"?
what is the unit size?
Are there others in the series?
tks thomas

Hi
I have got the game but no play until now.

There is several play level: from nothing to written orders. the system seems to be quite easy to understand.
units are regiments (cavalry and infantry) and compagnies for artillery.
The Hex are oversized so map is really great. No problem to catch counters with your fingers.
Units can be in column, line, square, general order, disorder...
There are other games in the serie: a tri game about Waterloo, Quatre Bras and Wavre in 1815. Other games published years ago are about Austerlizt and Eckmühl but I think I forgot some others.

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Thank you Sandro,
I'm a GBACW fan/nut but I'm starting to enjoy some of the regimental scale Napoleonic war games, 1805 Austerlitz by GMT to name one.
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