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Adventure Gaming - The Creature that Ate New York, Napoleon at Waterloo, RPG - Tower of Azann
Category: Board & War Games
Genre: War Game - Science Fiction, War Game - Napoleonic, RPG - Fantasy
Product Line: Board & War Games - Assorted - Ziplocks (SPI)
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
In Print: No
Condition: New    
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
SPI3871 Ziplock New

This is an introductory booklet that included three small-format games selected to represent the scope of the SPI product line: The Creatures that Ate New York, Napoleon at Waterloo, and The Tower of Azann.

The Creatures that Ate New York is a lightweight takeoff on The Creature that Ate Sheboygan. Up to seven players may play. Each player has a secret objective, which could involve destroying a certain Manhattan location or just beating up on the other monsters.

Napoleon at Waterloo was one of SPI's standard introductory games. It is a traditional two-player wargame designed by James Dunnigan.

The Tower of Azann is billed as fantasy role-playing; however, it is closer to choose your own adventure. One or more players have characters journeying through the Tower. Unlike the other two entries, this game did not include counters or a map. No gamemaster is needed, the game is based on a paragraph system and movement between the rooms is sometimes governed by a die roll.

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