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POLL: Wings of War: Historical Lightweight?


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79thPA Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I can't posit how rock-pare-scissors is an example of air-to-air combat, bur since WoW isn't a rock-paper-scissors game it is a moot point.

Instead of consulting charts and rolling dice, you are drawing counters--all of which are examples of luck or probability or whatever you want to call it.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
I disagree
57
18%
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I agree
102
32%
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I've never played Wings of War
114
35%
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I'm not sure
42
13%
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I've never heard of Wings of War
8
2%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Writing in Battlegames magazine, Tim Beresford summed up his opinion of Wings of War:

Although I can still be persuaded to nudge WoW models around amongst imagined Alpine peaks, represented by the apres dinner coffee cups, for me it remains an historical lightweight, its appeal being more as a readily accessible, beautifully produced game than bearing any really strong resemblance to the aviation history I've read.

Do you agree?