Conflict of Heroes: Guadalcanal – The Pacific 1942
|Designer(s)||Error, Gunter Eickert, Dean Halley, Uwe Eickert|
|Publisher(s)||Error, Academy Games|
|Players||2-4, Best With 2|
|Play Time||Short - 30-60 Minutes|
The United States counters with an ill-prepared occupation of Guadalcanal's airfield with the 1st Marine Division. The Japanese retaliate with vengence, cutting off the Marines by sea and pouring in thousands of Japanese reinforcements. A desperate struggle ensues, as the Americans try to hold on to their tiny foothold against the might of the Japanese Empire.
Guadalcanal continues the multi-award winning Conflict of Heroes series. In this game, players command platoons and companies of individual squads and tanks to resolve the same tactical dilemmas that commanders faced during some of the most ferocious engagements of WWII.
In Guadalcanal, the Americans track VPs, but the Japanese track Bushido. If a Japanese commander 'loses face' during battle, his command and men's morale can crumble. This is a groundbreaking new concept that forces players to think like their 1942 counterparts.
CoH features a fast and fluid system that is easy to learn but realistic to all of the unique theaters of battle portrayed.