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Description: This is a simple operational game of the German invasion of Crete in 1941.
Per creator (Jim Dunnigan): "We needed a game for the first issue, and it had to be kind of small. I was into the origins of air-mobile ops at that time, and felt Crete would be more suitable than some of the ops Kenney and MacArchur dreamed up in New Guinea. The battle was well documented and designing it was easy."
Notes: First issue with Jim Dunnigan as editor. First issue with SPI as publisher. First issue with a game. The counters need to be cut and mounted before the game can be played.