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Dark Nebula (GDW)
One of GDW’s Series 120 games, a line of introductory wargames spanning various historical eras.
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GDW (Game Designers Workshop) – Dark Nebula
Dark Nebula has 8 small map-boards representing sectors of about six or so Star systems. The boards are placed randomly at the start of the game by both players one at a time, to their own advantage. The game is played in turns with each player’s turn having a number of phases. Get the money you earn from your star systems, move your ships and combat, a reaction from your opponent (which has some restrictions), a final move and combat by you, then it is the other players turn.
The object of the game varies with the board placement, but basically you need to control your opponents Home-World for a number of turns..
One of GDW’s Series 120 games, a line of introductory wargames spanning various historical eras. The games in the series had 120 counters and were supposed to be playable in 120 minutes or less, hence the name.
The game plays quite fast because the rules are quite straight forward (medium simple). You need to get some card and mount the boards, but the boards themselves are nice enough. The counters are standard fare, but have no printing on the back to show disrupted units.
This download includes the following:
– High Quality Rulebook in PDF format
– Full color maps ready to print
– Full color high quality counter sheets ready to print
– All charts and tables ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
Swashbuckler : A Game of Swordplay and Derring-do$5.00Add to cart
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY This light hearted game is along the same lines as RoboRally where players plan out their actions simultaneously and then resolve them. The game is played in one of two locations – a tavern or the deck of a ship. Players can topple tables, throw mugs, swing on chandeliers, and yank carpets. There …