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Liberty: The American Revolution 1775-83
average 180 minutes
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Wargame Age of Reason American Revolutionary War
Dice Rolling Action Point Allowance System Secret Unit Deployment

Liberty is a fast-playing game covering the American Revolution from 1775-1783. British, American, and French forces are included and the role of the Indians and Navies is depicted. The unique problems faced by each side become clear in this playable game. This is a block game, built on the same foundation as Columbia's much-acclaimed Hammer of the Scots. The card play and wintering rules are similar. The map has switched from area movement to a hex-based map with the traditional movement and terrain rules from other classic Columbia games like Wizard Kings. Leaders, infantry, cavalry, and fleets are all represented. CONTENTS 50 wooden blocks (20mm) Labels 11 x 34 map of Colonial America 25 cards Rules 4 Dice (from Columbia's web site & user's description)

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