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Tango0123 Aug 2023 8:41 p.m. PST

" The Easter game at the bunker became a Western Front ww2 action with Test of Battle (the artist formerly known as 'Command Decision')…"




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Munster24 Aug 2023 3:04 a.m. PST

A system I always wanted to try, but never got around to

FlyXwire24 Aug 2023 6:53 a.m. PST

Rules I've enjoyed playing, and think are still pretty much ahead of their time (along with Volley & Bayonet).

The pics here show it with good visuals too.

Some of the legacy visuals from CD games (and V&B too), didn't always look so good. The advantage of playing the rules, is that the games were battles with battle groups on a side, or with V&B armies, or wings of armies……

A whole host of 'copies' for this scale of gaming have come along since…….Command Decision could/should get more love today, played in this era of high-fidelity minis and terrain availability, because the battles that the rules enable have context.

Tango0124 Aug 2023 3:25 p.m. PST



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