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Carrier Battles: The Struggle for Guadalcanal (RSS – Rising Sun Simulations)
Carrier Battles, and its companion game, The Iron Samurai, are historical simulations of battles fought between air and surface forces of the Japanese and Allied fleets in the South Pacific during World War II.
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RSS (Rising Sun Simulations) – Carrier Battles: The Struggle for Guadalcanal
Carrier Battles includes the Basic, Advanced, and Optional rules for Carrier Battles, and Basic Game Rules for The Iron Samurai.
Carrier Battles, and its companion game, The Iron Samurai, are historical simulations of battles fought between air and surface forces of the Japanese and Allied fleets in the South Pacific during World War II. Carrier Battles covers the aircraft carrier operations in detail, while The Iron Samurai focuses on the surface actions . . . A selection of historical and hypothetical scenarios are included as well as a campaign game covering the series of surface and carrier battles which raged in the Solomons from August through November of 1942. In addition, guidelines for generating your own scenarios are included.
This download includes the following:
– Rulebook and scenarios in PDF format
– Color maps ready to print
– Full color counter sheet ready to print
– All charts, data cards and tables ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
Carrier: The Southwest Pacific Campaign – 1942-1943$5.00Add to cart
Carrier is a solitaire simulation of both historical and hypothetical carrier battles in the Southwest Pacific Theatre during the hotly-contested naval campaigns of 1942 and 1943.