Charles Schmidt
United Kingdom
Wythenshawe
Greater Manchester
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Either a two-legged thing with Germany vs the US, or a three or even four-player one involving Japan (for which it's hard to see a path to victory as a major power after 1941) and a rump USSR. Even at two players that's basically a new game, but has anyone tried it?

Obviously it would be highly conjectural and have to be total fiction after the mid war when all the major players would have been senile or dead, but it could be an interesting shake-up. A sort of Twilight Zone Flower Power card involving a Sixties youth movement in Germany for example.

We'd also have to assume Germany and the US either never went to war, or the US asks for a truce after being excluded from Europe but before they get the bomb. There could be an equivalent to Turn Zero to decide the lesser stuff.
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Mark J
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Don't think so. But I think the TS system would work as a WW2 game itself. Scoring cards would be a combination of holding key areas and major historic battles. The major battles would be one time scoring (like SE Asia) and the winner gets additional benefits besides just points. Coops are minor battles and realignment could be modified as influencing resistance. Map would probably be just the European conflict.
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