|average 180 minutes|
|Published in 1993|
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|Dice Rolling Hex-and-Counter|
A two-player wargame that covers the epic three month siege of Tenochtitlan, the climactic battle for control of Mexico, fought in 1521. 14 pages of rules, 144 5/8" counters, and a 22" x 34" map are included. This game is the only one that I am aware of that includes rules for Human Sacrifice... If Cortes is killed or captured, the Aztec player wins immediately. Otherwise, the Spanish player must keep his "Loss Points" to a minimum... as long as the Spanish player does not gain 17 or more points, they win.
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