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ONCE WE MOVED LIKE THE WIND: The Apache Wars, 1861-1886 Wargame

ONCE WE MOVED LIKE THE WIND: The Apache Wars, 1861-1886 Wargame
by Newberg, Stephen

1-COM1073

Covers the Apache Wars with native Americans of the Southwestern US commanded by Cochise, Victorio, Chato, Geronimo, and others. Provocation levels determine Apache forces, with combat between forces in the same area.

Playing pieces are wooden blocks with the information about each particular piece only on one side and hence hidden during play from the opposing player until action occurs which must reveal particular blocks. Not all of these blocks are actually opposing forces. For the Apache player in particular, many playing pieces each turn will represent rumors of Apache actions and forces which the Army player must chase down to determine if they are real or false. Similarly, for the Apache player, not knowing which Army pieces represent which forces means not knowing if an opposing group is small enough to attack and win, or is in reality a force big enough to hand out a devastating defeat.

Map scale is about 14 kilometers per centimeter or 22 miles per inch, with four large territories (Arizona, New Mexico, Sonora, and Chihuahua) with each territory divided into smaller areas.

Product Information:
* Complexity: 3 out of 10
* Solitaire Suitability: 5 out of 10
* Time Scale: 3-4 years per turn
* Map Scale: Areas covering parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Sonora and Chihuahua
* Unit Scale: A wooden block represents an Army Troop or Apache War Band
* Players: Two
* Playing Time: 1-2 hours

Components:
* 1 Mounted Map - 22x22-inch
* 1 Color rules book - 16 pages
* 1 Sheet of stickers (for blocks)
* 80 Wooden blocks in various colors
* 4 Player mats/aids
* 2 Six-sided dice
* 1 Box and Lid set

1 vol, 1 pgs 2019 US, COMPASS GAMES
NEW-box ......$69.00 rct

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