#287 w/Goeben 1914 (2nd Printing)

By: Decision Games

Type: Magazine

Product Line: Strategy & Tactics #251 - #300

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Product Info

Title
#287 w/Goeben 1914 (2nd Printing)
Publisher
Category
Sub-category
Publish Year
2015
Pages
80
Dimensions
8.5x11x.4"
NKG Part #
2149200387
MFG. Part #
DCGST-287-15
Type
Magazine

Description

Goeben, 1914 puts you in command of the SMS Goeben, the German battlecruiser that made a historically epic voyage through the Mediterranean during the opening days of World War One. This is a solitaire game in which the player must accomplish a specific “objective” to win the game, which will be generated at random at the start of the scenario. The player must manage the various outfittings and functions of the SMS Goeben and its escorting light cruiser, the SMS Breslau. As you fight your way through the Mediterranean, you will encounter various Allied warships, merchantmen for raiding, and unexpected opportunities and objectives. These are represented by “Incident” chits.

German ships in the game are shown in detail. Allied ships are shown in a more abstract way because you, the player, are seeing the situation from the standpoint of Admiral Souchon, the fleet commander of the German Mediterranean Division. The possibility of running into enemy warships will be increased via the “Alert Level”, which represents how much the Royal Navy’s Admiralty is concentrating its resources against your task force. The game can be played with two players, one in command of the Goeben, the other in command of the Breslau.

Each game turn represents about one day, and each sea spaces are approximately 100 miles apart. Most warship counters represent one ship each, although some counters represent flotillas, such as destroyer and convoy chits. Components include one 22" x 34" map & 176 counters.

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