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Labyrinth: The War on Terror 2001 - ? (English)

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INFORMATIONS

Designer : Volko Ruhnke
Artist :
Publisher: GMT Games
Numbers of players : 1 to 2
Age : 12 years old and +
Playing Time : 180 minutes
More Info :

Boardgamegeek (English)

DESCRIPTION

2001: The "American century" ended with a single superpower of the standing Cold War and a break in the conflicts that some at the time called "the end of history". This was not the case.

In the Middle East and South Asia, an Islamic renewal was underway. The resentments caused in part of the American support for the Soviet anti -VIST tyrannies in the regions quickly broke out in a new fight against the West. The rich Saudi fanatic Osama Bin Ladin published a declaration of holy war against America in 1996, then fired the first shots with spectacular terrorist attacks against American targets in East Africa in 1998 and in the Peninsula Arabic in 2000.

The Al-Qaida organization of Bin Ladin plotted safely under the protection of the Taliban, a fundamentalist movement in Afghanistan born from the anti-Soviet "bear trap" of the 1980s. In 2001, Al-Qaida had triggered strikes still More devastating - this time within the American homeland - than Bin Ladin hoped to light a world Muslim uprising. Raising or not, the Western response to these September 11 attacks would reshape the international affairs of London in Jakarta and Moscow to Dar es Salaam.

Labyrinth takes 1 or 2 players inside Islamist jihad and world war against terrorism. With a wide range, ease of play, and an endless variety of combinations of events similar to the very popular Twilight wrestling of GMT, Labyrinth not only depicts the efforts of the United States to counter the use of extremists of terrorist tactics , but the wider ideological struggle - guerrilla warfare, change of regime, democratization, and much more.

Contents:

  • A counter sheet
  • 22x34 inch mounted card
  • 110 playing cards
  • Rules booklet
  • Two players' help sheets
  • A lonely gaming sheet
  • 30 wooden cubes
  • Four 6 -sided dice

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