Very Good Condition Unpunched Copy. Slight shelf-wear from long-term storage, has rusty staples.
Wargamer Vol.1 No.62 March 1987
Fallen Eagle - The Battle of Khe Sanh (by Perry Moore)
This is a simulation of the Battle of Khe Sanh, Vietnam, 1968. It depicts the defense of the U.S. Marine base at Khe Sanh against the forces of the North Vietnamese Army. Points are scored for certain objective hexes on the map and for units eliminated. The U.S. total is subtracted from the N.V.A. total and the resulting amount determines the level of victory. The game contains both an historical and a hypothetical 'What if the NVA performed an all-out attack?' scenario. Operational level, low complex, 200 counters, 2 players, 2+ hours.
Khe Sanh: A Study in Confustion - J.Burtt
- Historical background to "Fallen Eagle"
German Front: A Russian Front Variant - T.Raicer
Carrier Battles (RSS): The Glory of the Solomons
- Game Review - J.Oxley
- Designer's Response - J.Boyer
- Errata & New Optional Rules - J.Boyer
Mightier Than the Sword
- Book reviews
A Hitchhiker's Guide to Computer Wargames
- Operation Market Garden (SSI) - C.Moss
Eastern Front Tank Leader (WEG) - P.Dangel
- Game Review
- Remember the Maine (S&T-108) - P.Dangel
- Line of Battle (SimCan) - P.Perla
- Hobby news
Campaigns of Marlborough
- Errata and clarification