Vae Victis 32:
A simple game designed by Sylvain Ferreira, covering the December 5, 1757, battle at Leuthen, Silesia. Historically Frederik of PrussiaÃ¢€™s greatest victory.
One of the players controls the Prussian army of Frederick II, the other the Austrian army of Prince Charles of Lorraine and Field-marshal Daun.
One turn equals one half hour of real time and the game lasts fourteen and a half turns. One hex on the map equals 350 meters. An infantry unit represents one, two, or three regiments, or the equivalent of a brigade. A cavalry unit represents from four to eight squadrons. Each combat points equals from 500 to 800 men.
As with all Vae Victis games, the counters need to be cut out and mounted. Complete with English Rules.