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Modern War, Issue #45 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #45 - Game Only
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The Dragon and The Hermit Kingdom is a two player game that covers the hypothetical simulation of a second Korean War that could occur in the very near future. This game is a precursor to The Dragon that Engulfed the Sun (Modern War #42). It simulates the war that would have occurred on the Korean peninsula just prior to that game’s setting.

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Modern War, Issue #44 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #44 - Game Only
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Desert One War is an operational level two player game covering US and allied intervention in the Persian Gulf during the 1970s and 1980s. The game has several scenarios. Two scenarios cover a US invasion of Iran in the aftermath of the Iranian Hostage Crisis of 1979-81. A third scenario covers an Oil War situation, where the US leads a NATO effort to seize Persian Gulf oilfields in response to an oil embargo.

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Modern War, Issue #40 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #40 - Game Only
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Chechen War is an operational-strategic level two-player simulation of the 1st Chechnya War (1994-1996) wherein the Russian Federation under Boris Yeltsin attempted to directly and forcibly put an end to the Chechen independence movement. The Russian player must deal with low morale at the front and at home to win the war to keep Chechnya within the Russian Federation.

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Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Only
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Soyuz ’81 is an intermediate low complexity two-player wargame covering the possibilities inherent within the first month of that never-run operation. The Soviet side encompasses all Soviet, East German and Czechoslovakian forces. The Polish side consists of that nation’s regular army and state militia. Each hex represents 16 miles (26 km) from side to opposite side. Each turn represents one tenth of a month (approximately three days). Each unit of maneuver is a division. The game map covers Poland and the adjacent jump off areas for the Soviet Army.

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Modern War, Issue #34 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #34 - Game Only
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Opaque War: Ukraine 2014 is a simulation of the military conflict between the Ukraine government and the Donbass rebels (the People’s Republic of Donetsk and the People’s Republic of Luhansk). Game play begins in April 2014 when the Ukrainian government launched the so-called Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO), to assert its control over the rebel provinces.

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Modern War, Issue #33 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #33 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

ISIS War. This game is set in a timeframe of the near future – 2017 through 2020 – in which the Iranians may have developed some kind of military nuclear capability. Even so, with the US likely still in another post-Vietnam-funk-type of “neo-isolationism,” the possibility for a blitz-style conventional Iranian victory across the region – aimed at fully establishing and certifying Tehran as the unchallengeable hegemon of the Gulf region – moves to the fore.

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Modern War, Issue #30 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #30 - Game Only
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Enduring Freedom is an operational-level solitaire simulation of the US-Coalition invasion of Afghanistan in the wake of the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The player controls the forces of the Coalition (US, NATO, and the Northern Alliance). The game system controls the opposing Islamist forces (Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Pakistani Volunteers). The objective of the game is for the Coalition to destroy Al Qaeda and establish the basis for a stable Afghanistan such that a new civil war will not break out later. The game covers the period of October 2001 (the initial US invasion) to March 2002 (the conclusion of Operation Anaconda).

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Modern War, Issue #27 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #27 - Game Only
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Players control actual and hypothetical combat units utilizing a wide range of technologies and forces to gain objectives. Modern Battles includes two games: Kaliningrad, covering a hypothetical Russian clash with NATO forces at the Russian Baltic Fleet forward base, and Mosul, a clash between ISIS and Coalition forces in Iraq. There are two players in each game, commanding opposing forces. Both games use a main body of shared rules, and each also has its own scenario special instructions.

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Modern War, Issue #26 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #26 - Game Only
Price: $30.00

Invasion Afghanistan: The Soviet-Afghan War is a solitaire game that simulates the Soviet invasion of and the war in Afghanistan, 1979-89. The player controls Soviet forces, but the Opposition Force (the Resistance) is controlled by the game system. The war is played as scenarios in which you, the player, must accomplish various Missions to win. The game shows the war from the perspective of the Soviet command; It concentrates on its major historical objectives…victory is in terms of holding the cities, towns, and lines of communications. You can also win by destroying Resistance morale. more info
Modern War, Issue #25 - Game Only
Modern War, Issue #25 - Game Only
Price: $53.00

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October War is a wargame of the 1973 Arab-Israeli War. There are two Theaters of Operation: Sinai and Golan, both portrayed as a point to point system (since most of the major actions were fought over key points or lines of communications). There are two players in the game, one commanding the Israelis, and the other the Arabs, and the game emphasizes critical factors of the conflict, but allows for large units to break down into smaller units, representing organizational flexibility and cohesion. The game is driven by the drawing of event markers which represent major tactical and strategic factors that affected the course of the campaign historically.

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