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Middle East 1948-2010 Out Now

Discussion in 'TCancer News & Content Comments' started by Jason, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. Jason chasing a bee

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    It seems that Schwerpunkt's latest title, <a href="http://schwerpunkt.wargamer.com/MdEss.html" target="_blank"><strong>Middle East 1948-2010</strong></a>, quietly slipped out earlier this month.
    <blockquote>Middle East 1948-2010 (MDE) is an operational level wargame that covers combat in the Middle East from 15 May 1948 to 2010. TheĀ  MDE map is 350 x 168 hexes covering the Nile River to the Iran-Afghanistan border, and Southern Turkey to Qatar. There are 1543 villages, towns and cities on the map. Each hex is approximately 10 miles (center-to-center), and each turn is one historical day. The ground units are primarily brigades and regiments level while the air units are primarily squadrons. Naval units such as aircraft carriers are also included in the game. There are 24 scenarios in the game and there is a text file method of building your own scenarios.</blockquote><p>Spotted @ <a href="http://www.wargamer.com/">The Wargamer</a></p>
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    I thought the previous game was almost good.
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    What kept it from being good?
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