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Posted on Jan 7, 2010 in Armchair Reading

March 2010 Play It!

By Armchair General


Quebec 1759
March to the Plains of Abraham with Quebec 1759 (Columbia Games), a board game that uses wooden blocks to provide fog of war, or with the Quebec Campaign in the computer game Birth of America 2 (AGEOD).

Battle of Britain 1940
Discover your "finest hour" with Battle of Britain II: Wings of Victory (Matrix Games), a computer game that lets you play as an individual pilot or as the strategic commander. RAF: Lion vs. Eagle (Decision Games) allows solitaire or two-player board gaming as the British or German commander. Another board game, Battle of Britain (Call Sign 7) uses a unique three-tiered design to simulate aerial combat.


Napoleon in Russia 1812
With Cossacks 2 (CDV Software) or Empires in Arms (Matrix Games) computer gamers can march the Old Guard across the steppes. Kutuzov 1812: Defending Russia from Napoleon (GMT) is a highly detailed board game exploration of Napoleon’s invasion. Dress warmly.



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