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Nuklear Winter '68 2nd Ed
1946 World War 2 was Paused, Now it's 1968 and the War Restarts
The former German territory, transformed into a wasteland by the nuclear holocaust that ended the Second World War in 1946, is the hostile setting of a new conflict between old enemies clenched in a struggle for the future of mankind. Surviving Nazi leaders and Wehrmacht forces resurface in 1968 from underground shelters to rebuild an empire from the ashes of the world.
Oblivious to the climatic, technological, and political changes inflicted by more than twenty years of nuclear winter, they are about to face the mysterious Black Hand - elusive, abhorrent masters of the wastes, and the combined might of the modern, highly mechanized, and versatile NATO alliance.
Requirements: Two six-sided dice are required to play this game. This game contains previously released material from Nuklear Winter 68 First Edition. No other product is required to play this game.
|Components||Nuklear Winter 68 Second Edition Includes:
1 x Double Sided 34” x 22.0” Maps PDF
4 x Sheets of 88 Counters PDF
1 x Game Manual PDF
2 x Player Aid Cards PDF
|Stats||Complexity: 5 out of 10
Solitaire: 7 out of 10
Time: 60-120 Minutes
|Requirements||Print and Play Edition: The Print and Play Edition is available as downloadable Print and Play files that can be printed in both US Letter and A4 paper sizes. Our Print and Play Edition includes individual files for the manual, player aid cards, counters, and smaller multi-part maps for home printers, and larger map files that can be printed at a local print shop. Note: This product is only available as downloadable PDF files and no physical product is shipped.
Requirements: Two six-sided dice are required to play this game.
|Credits||Executive Producer: David Heath
Associate Producer: Blackwell Hird
Game Design & Development: Petre Tutumea
Cover Design: Blackwell Hird, Petre Tutumea
Map and Counter Art: Petre Tutumea
Manual Author and Editor: Petre Tutumea
Manual Design and Layout: Blackwell Hird, Petre Tutumea
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