Conflict of Heroes: Guadalcanal (French)
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Uwe Eickert, Gunter Eickert, Dean Halley
Pavlos Germidis, Steve Paschal
|Numbers of players :||2 to 4|
|Age :||14 years old and +|
|Playing Time :||60 minutes|
|More Info :||
Japan's attack on the American fleet of the Pacific at Pearl Harbor and Japanese domination all over the Pacific were real electroshocks for Western powers.
However, the United States destroyed 4 Japanese aircraft carriers following the Midway battle, compromising the advantage of the Japanese Empire. To protect itself from American counterattacks, Japan decides to capture bases in New Guinea and notably begins to build an aerodrome in Guadalcanal in order to isolate Australia, the latest Allied place in the Pacific.
Although little prepared for a terrestrial offensive, the United States manages to capture Guadalcanal aerodrome, thanks to the efforts of General-in-chief Alexander Vandergrift and his first marine company. In enemy territory and with reserves of low supplies, the Marines must now face the lieutenant General Harukichi Hyakutake at the head of the 17th Japanese army.
Conflict of Heroes: Guadalcanal recreates these clashes by including sublime jungle and beach platforms, navy units, the Empire units, and again other new things. Guadalcanal takes up the same body of rules as the other games in the Conflict of Heroes series and adds new special rules such as American artillery fire, banzai charges, night fights or jungles movements.