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French & Indian War by Worthington: Review

Last week I managed to get my first and second wargame in for 2020. Yes, it's been that dry a year for me. Having been stranded in Tonga for most of 2020, my production hit record highs and my gaming frequency plumbed new depths. I played two Black Powder Napoleonic games on the afternoon of day one and the morning of day two with my life-long mate Grant. We played the same scenario, swapping sides between French and Prussian forces for 1813-14. Suffice to say I lived up to my handle, the Unlucky General. BUT, in the evening we played my new board game by Worthington, French & Indian War. This is a hot-off-the-press game of which I was one of it's kick-start patrons: something I have never done before. It's taken most of the year to get to me but was well worth the wait. This is an absolute cracker. It's a strictly two-player game and the fight takes place over three years. Each year is divided into 11-12 turns (I-go You-go) and each player gets to make one move pe

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