Generalship : from the 4th century B.C. to the 19th century
|Suggested Age||14 and up|
Generalship is a compact strategy game and the players can experience the history of Europe. It is strategic with a minimized impact of luck, but relatively casual.
Players compete for generalship through 49 highly famed generals in Europe from the 4th century B.C. to the 19th century. Players run the internal political system by increasing population, developing a new technology and the external politics by training army and managing relationship with an alliance. When a battle occurs, players present not only the army and but also tactic cards. Players receive limited tactic cards, so they need to manage cards in hand.
There is no obvious winning strategy, but always see-saw game. Player’s strategy could change matters every time.