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43810Re: HPS Campaign Chickamauga

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  • Carl Williams
    Jun 18, 2007
      James, is it a game that helps you understand the battle, or would you
      say it is more of a case of letting you explore alternative outcomes?

      --- In civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com, "James W. Durney" <JWD2044@...>
      > My wife bought the game as my F-day gift and I can make the following
      > report.
      > Graphis are unchanged from the past games.
      > The maps are larger and more inclusive. Chickamauga's map runs North
      > to Chattanooga and well south of the current NBP, as did the battle.
      > The mix of battles when coupled with Campaign Franklin covers the
      > AoT. I'm sure something is left out but I don't know what it would
      > be or enough to miss it.
      > They have included a series of AI games, at last! These are smaller
      > games where one side's AI is well developed and designed to make a
      > real game of it. I'm about 3 turns into one of them and the AI is
      > fighting in a very historic and not stupid fashion. This is a real
      > improvement over most of the games.
      > Overall, I cannot be anything but bais having bought them all. I
      > find them great historical games to play and fun too.
      > James
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