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Sample Pack - Game Edition (All 3 Titles)
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Sample Pack: One randomly selected back issue of Strategy & Tactics Game Edition, World at War Game Edition, and Modern War Game Edition. These sample packs are great for gifts and introducing friends to our magazines!
Strategy & Tactics Issue #303 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

War Returns to Europe: Yugoslavia 1991 is a simulation of the first engagements of the Yugoslav Wars of 1991-2001. Game play begins in June 1991 when Slovenia and Croatia proclaimed independence from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and ends in early 1992.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #302 - Game Edition
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Great Northern War is a wargame covering the Swedish-Russian War of 1700-09. This period of the war ended with the decisive battle of Poltava. Scenarios show various periods of fighting. There are two sides in the game, the Swedish Empire (Empire for short) which is defined as Sweden and its allies, and the Russian Coalition (Coalition for short), which is defined as Russia and its allies. Players conduct Actions which generate discrete movement, combat, and other operations. Each turn represents a season of operations. During each turn, players take various Actions, alternating one at a time with the other.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #301 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

Kaiser’s War in the East is a strategic level simulation of World War I on the Eastern Front, 1914-17. This is a two-player game; One player controls the Central Powers, the other player controls the Allies. The concept of “victory points” (VP) is central to play of game. Players begin each scenario with a designated number of VP. They gain new VP as a result of achieving objectives; they lose VP when they lose units in combat. They may expend them to gain reinforcements and carry out certain actions. To win the game you must have more VP than your opponent, so play is a balancing act between expending VP and attaining objectives.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #300 - Exclusive Edition
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Desert Fox Deluxe is a combination of two previously published games covering parts of the North African campaign–Desert Fox and Trail of the Fox–expanded with additional rules, units, and maps to cover the war in the North African desert from the Italian invasion of Egypt in 1940 to the Allied clearance of Africa in 1943.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #299 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

The First Crusade is a solitaire wargame system covering the First Crusade of 1097-99. The player controls Crusader and allied Byzantine and Cilician Armenian forces. The game system controls Muslim forces (Seljuk Turks and Fatimids) as well as the Assassins.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #298 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

Balkan Gambit is a wargame exploring the alternative-historical premise that the Allied powers have chosen to invade southern Europe via Greece, Albania, and Yugoslavia in the latter half of World War II. Nothing like this actually happened, though the Allies went to great lengths to convince the Axis powers that such plans were intended in order to mislead them as to their true intentions. Some Allied strategists and leaders, including Winston Churchill, believed that an invasion of Europe via the Balkans was a legitimate and war-winning activity.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #297 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

1863 is a two player wargame of a pivotal year in the American Civil War. 1863 saw the Union victories at Gettysburg in the east and Vicksburg in the west, and the Chattanooga-Chickamauga campaigns when the Confederates had the opportunity to win a decisive battle and potentially gain foreign recognition.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #296 - Game Edition
Price: 35.00

Korean War Battles is an operational-level simulation of three engagements in 1950: the holding action at the Pusan Perimeter (August – September), the invasion at Inchon and subsequent battle to retake Seoul (September), and the withdrawal from the area of the Chosin Reservoir (December).

Strategy & Tactics Issue #292 - Game Edition
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North Cape: Convoy Battles in the Arctic, 1942-45 is a simulation of the convoy battles fought in the Barents Sea during World War Two. The game is played in several scenarios, each of which simulates one of the historical convoy battles in the Arctic. Each side must attempt to find and locate enemy positions and complete their missions. The objective in the game for the German player is to sink the largest number of enemy merchant ships possible. For the Allied player, the objective of the game is to bring the greatest number of merchant ships to the Soviet Union.