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Description: This issue contributes the most recent set of updated rules for "The Sun Never Sets" series of games. It also includes two maps and two counter sheets to simulate the conflicts in Abyssinia, the Asante War, Persia and the Second Afghan War. All games in this series are operational, Intermediate-to-High complexity simulations of colonial conflicts during the 19th century.
Notes: Special Edition, Large Format Game. Two Maps, Two Counter Sheets. The Sun Never Sets is actually a series of intermediate-to-High complexity simulations published by Decision Games. The same core rules are used by this game as well as French Foreign Legion (Issue #200), The First Afghan War (Issue #179). This issue (#274) is stated as having the most up-to-date rules version. There is also a boxed game of the same title which covers the following conflicts: "Zulu War", "March to Peking" and "The Sudan". The e-version of the SNS event chart may be found here: http://strategyandtacticsmagazine.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/SNSII-Event-Chart1.pdf
Item created by: Lethe on 2015-07-20 07:27:29. Last edited by gdm on 2015-08-12 07:01:47
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