Ice, Ice, Baby. High Flying Dice Games â€˜Breaking the Ice: The Great Lakes Winter Fleet 1942â€™. Tabletop Game Review.
Breaking the Ice: The Great Lakes Winter Fleet 1942. Publisher: High Flying Dice Games. Designers: Paul Rohrbaugh. Price $30.00-$41.00 (depending on version and options) Passed inspection: Presents a little told aspect of the Merchant Marine in World War II. Offers a challenging series of decisions to the player. Failed basic: You will learn to hate lake ice and unexpected work stoppages. By Ray Garbee Mention the merchant marine in World War Two and generally the first thing you think of is the Battle of the Atlantic. Allied convoys with columns of freighters facing off against the wolfpacks and aircraft. Possibly, you might think of the long trans-Pacific supply lines that supported the war against Japan. But youâ€™d be forgiven for never thinking of the merchant fleet of the inland seas â€“ the bulk carriers that cruised the Great Lakes of North America. Paul Rohrbaugh aims to change that gap in our knowledge with â€˜Breaking the Ice: The Great Lakes Winter Fleet â€“ 1942â€™. â€˜Breaking the Iceâ€™, a solitaire game...Read More