Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Kiev to Rostov - Turn 29

After a mighty set up, game commenced.  Took around three hours for one turn (but we were constantly looking up the rules).

This is what it looks like at the start of the campaign scenario.  Unfortunately the action at Kiev is cutoff on the lower right hand side.  The Soviet forces are in a mess and the Axis have supply problems.  

The end of the my first turn as the Soviets.  Pulling back, but also strengthening defenses around the victory point cities. 

A complex game, but beautifully presented.  Hopefully Richard and I will find time to play more of it and that our speed of play will increase.


  1. Wow... that's impressive looking :)

    1. Yes, and the mind boggles when you realise their system allows their other eastern front games to be all linked together.

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    1. Next generation. I played the SPI monster games, but not GDW's, except for Case White. From what I know of Drang Nach Osten, these games by GMT are very similar in scale.