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Strategy & Tactics - Game - 181 - The Fall of Rome - Battle of Three Emperors: Austerlitz

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Strategy & Tactics - Game - 181 - The Fall of Rome - Battle of Three Emperors: Austerlitz

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Title The Fall of Rome
Subtitle Battle of Three Emperors: Austerlitz
Issue 181
Has Game Yes
Publisher Decision Games
Game Name Fall of Rome
Solitaire Yes
Scale Strategic
MSRP $19.95
Page Count 56
Edition Game
Counters 280
Editor Joseph Miranda
Contributor David C. Isby, David Segal, Jessica Jayne Maertin, Joseph Miranda, Wilbur Gray
Artist Beth Queman, David McElhannon, Joe Youst
Designer John Young, Joseph Miranda
Game Tags Ancient, Rome
Strategy & Tactics - Game - 181 - The Fall of Rome - Battle of Three Emperors: Austerlitz Fall of Rome

Description: A strategic solitaire game of the barbarian invasion of Rome, with the player controlling the Roman forces.

  • The Fall of Rome by Joseph Miranda
  • Battle of the Three Emperors: Austerlitz by Wilbur Gray
  • The Battle of Austerlitz: You Are There by Jessica Jayne Maertin
  • The Militia & the Rise of American Military by David Segal
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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.

Item created by: Lethe on 2015-07-13 10:53:54. Last edited by gdm on 2018-10-10 09:53:04

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