Best tabletop rules

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Re: Best tabletop rules

Post by BobM » Fri Aug 14, 2009 12:48 pm

and gameplay is very accurate
There would be those that disagree...

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Re: Best tabletop rules

Post by Whiterook » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:04 pm

BobM wrote:
and gameplay is very accurate
There would be those that disagree...
:wink: Aren't there always! I personally am not a Flames of War gamer, as it's just too complicated and piece heavy for my tastes, but that's just my personal opinion. The accuracy statement was also just my opinion, of course. Wargames and their rulesets span the gamut, don't they? If I had to pick the wargame that dipicts the most accuracy, I would vote Advanced Squad Leader. For the least, Axis & Allies Miniatures. ----> Flames of War is closer to ASL than A&AM.

So, in a long arounds way to your quote.....Oh yeah? Have you played Lock 'N Load's "Tank on Tank" game lately? :roll:

Everything has it's own degree of accuracy, including my very own (but humble) comments :D

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