S&T #111 7/85
Berg's Review of Games R. Berg
Designer's Notes David Ritchie
FYI A.A. Nofi
Korea: The Forgotten War David Ritchie
MOVES Gaming Section Editors
Over the Hill & Through the Woods James Meldrum
Simulation: Korea: The Mobile War David Ritchie
Korea is a regimental/divisional level game of the first year of the UN Operations in 1950-51. One player commands the units of the Korean People's Army and the allied Chinese People's Liberation Army; the other player controls the Republic of Korea armed forces and the allied U.N. coalition Army containing U.S., British, Philippine, Turkish, Canadian, and Thai forces.
Included are a 22" X 34" map sheet, 200 counters (units and markers) and a 12 page rulebook.
Multiple historical and 'what if?' scenarios are provided, each with its own victory conditions, usually based on points gained by the KPA/PLA player for controlling certain geographical areas.