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This ziplock edition of the game is complete except for box and dice.
On November 20, 1917, 324 British tanks, followed by 8 infantry divisions, advanced on a front of 10,000 yards against the German lines near Cambrai in Flanders. In many places, the attackers suffered almost no casualties and breached the German lines. Will it be possible, this time, to break through to the “green fields beyond”?
Breakthrough: Cambrai is two player game simulating the British assault to breach the “Hindenburg Line” between November 20 and December 3, 1917. One player controls the British forces, the other the German forces. The object of the game is to control a certain number of areas on the map or, for the British, to exit units off the map into certain perimeter zones.
Breakthrough: Cambrai is an area-movement game which uses impulse mechanics (where players alternate "mini-turns") similar to popular games like Breakout:Normandy and Monty's Gamble, Market Garden. The impulse nature of the game means little or no down time for each player while waiting for the other to complete a move or attack.
Breakthrough: Cambrai contains:
Click here to download the Cyberboard Gamebox for Breakthrough: Cambrai (20MB zipped file. You will need to un-zip the file before use)
Breakthrough: Cambrai is a Michael Rinella design, developed by Uli Blennemann, and using the artwork of Niko Eskubi.
My strong recommendation to players new to the Area Movement Impulse Games System (AMIGS).
And for experienced players, too.
I played Breakthrough: Cambrai as well as Avalon Hills Turning Point: Stalingrad and Breakout: Normandy.
Breakthrough: Cambrai is a worthy step forward in the AMIGS.
The rules are clear and You have excellent support on consimworld.com from the designer.
The Area Movement Series (AMS) updates and modernizes the rules system made popular by the now-classic Breakout: Normandy.
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