By Ray Garbee Chancellorsville 1863. Publisher: Worthington Games. Designer: Maurice Suckling. Price $75.00 Passed inspection: Fantastic introductory level game that will also appeal to seasoned gamers. An innovative approach to incorporating the fog of war that is critical to capturing the mind set of the commanders. Supports solo play by either side. A fast playing, easy to set up game. Failed basic: Units can feel almost generic when compared to a traditional board game approach. The solitaire bot for playing the Confederate player is unbalanced. At the start of May 1863, the Union was engaged in campaigns on two fronts. In the West, Ulysses S. Grant was in the midst of his latest maneuvers to capture the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi. In the East, the Army of the Potomacâ€™s latest commander â€˜Fighting Joeâ€™ Hooker was about to embark on a campaign designed to encircle Robert E. Leeâ€™s Army of Northern Virginia â€“ the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia. With a numerical superiority, Hooker planned to â€˜go around to the rightâ€™...Read More
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