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Lawrence of Arabia – Boxed Edition (3W – World Wide Wargames)
Lawrence of Arabia is an operational level game of the British offensive of September-October 1918 against the Turks in Palestine.
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3W (World Wide Wargames) – Lawrence of Arabia – Boxed Edition
Lawrence of Arabia is an operational level game of the British offensive of September-October 1918 against the Turks in Palestine. One player controls the Turkish, German and Bedouin forces, the other the British, French and Arab forces.
Scale is one or two days per turn, units are battalions, regiments and brigades. Sequence of play is classic IGO-UGO with a Cavalry Exploitation Movement and Combat phase allowing cavalry/motorized British units to advance into gaps made in the Turkish line during the previous Infantry Combat phase.
The game has 4 scenarios, the full campaign, the full campaign with variable setup and two shorter scenarios.
Components are average but standard for 3W and the period. Rules are complete but poorly organized.
Complexity is medium-low.
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 ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
1809: Napoleon’s Danube Campaign$5.00Add to cart
1809: NAPOLEON’S DANUBE CAMPAIGN is a two player, Division level simulation of Napoleon’s 1809 Danube Campaign against a revitalized Austrian army determined to avenge its humiliating defeats of the past. It covers three months of bitter conflict requiring an advance over more than 200 miles of the Danube Valley in a campaign of manoeuvre, thrust and counterthrust immortalized on such battlefields as Abensberg, Ratisbon, Ebelsberg, Aspern-Essling, and Wagram.