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Great Sieges Game Series
1759: The Siege of Quebec is the first Worthington's Great Sieges Game Series. These Games highlight command decisions for players against a solitaire game engine opponent. They have been designed for easy set up and quick game play. Game Unit placement is shown on the Game Board and Units are wooden markers representing Troop and Ship Formations. The Game was developed for solitaire play and players can play as either the French or the British against the solitaire player game engine. There is also a 2 player version of the Game. Both sides require you to make great decisions based on good strategy, keep your wits about you when orders do not turn out well and press on to victory.
1759: The Siege of Quebec was designed as a solitaire game but it can also be played by 2 players. The Game includes a Deck of Cards that are used for the 2 player version. The 2 player game is played just like the solitaire version of the game except the Command Decision Cards Deck is used as the draw deck for both players. Both players (French and British) use their Command Field Orders Book to issue orders (using Cards representing the Field Orders, 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.). Both players also play a Counter Order (A, B, C, D, etc. using Counter Order Cards) against their opponent's Field Order played for the turn. Orders and Counter Orders are placed face down. A Command Decision Card is flipped face up and applies to both players. The British player executes his Field Order first and decides how to use the Command Decision Card shown. The French player reveals his Counter Order. Results are applied. Then the process is repeated with the French player executing his Field Order, deciding how to apply the Command Decision Card, and the British player revealing his Counter Order and applying the results.
Contents: 1 Box, 1 Hard Mounted Game Board, 30 red wooden British Troop Markers, 30 blue wooden French Troop Markers, French Solitaire Command Cards, British Solitaire Command Cards, Command Decision Cards for Solitaire and 2 Player Game, 1 British Field Orders Book, 1 French Field Orders Book, 1 Rule Book and Dice.