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Strategy & Tactics - Game - 21 - Chicago-Chicago! - Flight of the Goeben
Title Chicago-Chicago!
Subtitle Flight of the Goeben
Issue 21
Has Game Yes
Publisher Strategic Publications Inc.
PubDate
Game Name Chicago-Chicago!/Flight of the Goeben
Edition Game
Solitaire No
Scale Tactical
Editor Jim Dunnigan
Contributor Albert A. Nofi, David Williams
Artist Redmond A. Simonsen
Designer David Williams, James F. Dunnigan, Tony Morale
Game Tags Europe, World War I
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Contents:
  • North Africa Campaign Part II: British Army by Albert A. Nofi
  • Pass in Reviewby Albert A. Nofi
  • Test Series Games Review by David Williams


Notes: Jim Dunnigan designed Chicago-Chicago!, a game modeling the conflict between hippies and police at the 1968 Democratic Convention. Dunnigan seemed to treat this game as a kind of 'though experiment' in wargaming. Dunnigan stated it was a "serious attempt to model the situation...Non-war games were never expected to be hits...While most game topics were selected by S&T readers, we did allow ourselves an editor's choice once a year, and this was often something like the Chicago game." Dunnigan went on to say he didn't favor the hippies or cops in the conflict. "I was always interested in modeling non-military conflicts. You can't take sides if you want to do it right."

Flight of the Goeben was designed by Morale and Williams. This game simulates the unsuccessful pursuit of the WW I battlecruiser, SMS Goeben through the Mediterranean by British and French naval forces. As well as the standard hex and counter version of the game, a set of larger ship counters and miniatures rules are also included.

Item created by: Lethe on 2015-06-30 13:25:47. Last edited by gdm on 2018-08-12 15:35:29

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