Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Gettysburg Day One, a computer-based board game, has been refitted with new counters. Designed by Tom Cundiff, they add additional visual interest to the game.
Gettysburg Day One is currently undergoing playtesting and a second scenario is being added.
Watch the White Dog Games website (www.whitedoggames.com) for its release.
A print-and-play version of Hannibal Against Rome is currently in playtest. With counters professionally designed by Tom Cundiff and the 34 x 18 hex, 17" x 14" map created by artist Richard Dengel, the game is a work of art.
A nine-page, color rules manual guides the player through this low-complexity game, which is a simulation of the Second Punic War. There are counters for War Elephants, Roman Legions, Siege Engines, Numidian Cavalry, Fleets and more.