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Shining Path: The Struggle for Peru
average 90 minutes
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Political Wargame Civil War Modern Warfare
Action Point Allowance System Area Movement Simulation

Shining Path is a game simulating the conflict between the Sendero Luminoso or "Shining Path" Maoist guerrillas and the Government of Peru. This guerrilla war started in 1980 and continues to this day. During the game the Sendero player tries to fray the fabric of Peruvian society and replace government power with his own structures. Meanwhile the government player fights a struggle against the Sendero guerrillas, corruption, and the wretched state of the Peruvian economy. Contents: 1 color 11x17" map, 140 double-sided counters (to be assembled), rules, charts and tables.

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