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Number: 34




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Theme:      Ancient & Medieval      Magazines and Books      Pre-Owned      Un-Punched      1 to 2 Players      Rare and Collectable      Tactical Combat     

Excellent condition unpunched copy

Strategy & Tactics No.34 Sep 1972


Armageddon (S.Patrick, J.Young, R.Simonsen)

Armageddon is a simulation of the art of warfare from the earliest organized armies (c. 3000 BC) to the time that marching in step was introduced (c. 600 BC). The game repsresents the tactics and possible results of many of the battles of this period. These battles are shown as scenarios giving a mix of units which are played out on sections of the homogeneous mapsheet to represent the actual terrain (as much as is known) of the original battlefield. There are seven different types of infantry units, two of cavalry and several other units available in the game; these units are provided in different quantities for each of the Player's (sic) of a scenario to recreate the historical armies. The game Armegeddon has 14 scenarios, each of them representing two armies of the period, and assigning them positions on the map on which the players recreate the historic battles.

Game components: 255 die-cut counters, heavy paper hex map with terrain features and the scenarios printed to one side of the mapboard, and a rulebook. One six-sided die is also needed.

Mechanics: Alternating movement turns consisting of fire phase, movement phase, and combat phase for one player, then second player does the same. No zones of control. Units have facing, and can only move into the three hexes to their "front" or change facing at a movement point cost. Stacking is limited to three units per hex, but applies only at end of movement. Units have "front" and "flank" melee combat strengths, and use the latter when attacked from any of the three rear hexes. Combat results are no effect, disruption, retreat, 1/2 elimination, or elimination, and only affect the defender.


Armageddon - Steve Patrick
- The Genesis of Warfare, 3000 to 500 BC

The American Revolution, 1775 to 1783 - Al Nofi

Sackson on Games - Sid Sackson
- Dimensions (Pacific), Space Chess (Pacific),
Strato Tac-Tics (SVP), Trippples (Benassi)

Power Politics (Diplomacy) - Rod Walker

A Very Good Condition Punched Copy.

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