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Description: A strategic solitaire game of the barbarian invasion of Rome, with the player controlling the Roman forces.
Notes: This game is a re-done edition of the solitaire game that was originally released in S&T 39. The rules and graphics were both updated. The original game was designed by John Michael Young. The second edition released in this magazine was re-designed by Joseph Miranda.
Gem! Very nice job on this reprint. The rules worked well, it was fun, and quite a nailbiter for what is primarily a solitaire game. A very good remake of this oldie.the game mechanics & scenario's make this one to be played. Lavish with great period flavor, produced seemingly as a gift to the segment of the gaming community for whom the original was a cult classic. The rules are tight, producing a good solitaire game. The strategies seem fairly straightforward, especially in the later scenarios where mobile armies become very important. Ultimately, I decided not to hold onto the game; but its intended audience has snapped this game up... it's one of the hardest S&Ts to find on the secondary market and always fetches a good price.