65: Squad-Level Combat in the Jungles of Vietnam
|Designer(s)||Error, Mark H. Walker|
|Publisher(s)||Error, Flying Pig Games|
|Players||2-3, Best With 2|
|Play Time||Long - 2-3 Hours|
The large and beautiful counters (1" to 1.375" square) represent squads, Leaders, Heroes, Snipers, M-48 and Pt-76 tanks, and more. As these units' commander you will move and fight over several geomorphic game boards as you try to best your opponent in one of eight, nail-biting historical scenarios.
The game is card-driven, using a system similar to Flying Pig's Night of Man, adding a sense of delicious uncertainty to the play. "Can I advance my sappers or does the enemy have a fire card he's just waiting to play?"
Furthermore, the cards simplify the game, containing much of the data needed to play. You won't spend the afternoon with your head in a rule book when you play '65. This is a game created by gamers for gamers to play. '65, squad-level gaming at its best.