Quartermaster General: 1914 (English)
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|Designer :||Ian Brody|
|Artist :||Nicholas Avallone|
|Numbers of players :||2 to 5|
|Age :||12 years old and +|
|Playing Time :||90 to 120 minutes|
|More Info :||
Quartermaster General: 1914 is a new game at a rapid rhythm in the series acclaimed by criticism of Quartermaster General, designed by Ian Brody, which opposes the central powers to the powers of the Entente. Based on the Popular General Master-Master system, this war-focused war game reflects the military, economic and political intrigue of the time.
In Quartermaster General: 1914, each power has its own unique card game, with its own strengths and strategies, offering strong replayability when you try to play the various powers. Each card has two different uses: one when it is played and another when prepared. In turn, players have the possibility of both playing and preparing a card. They can also spend cards to recover more troops or use cards to submit their opponents to attrition.
The deck of each Power represents the resources of this player: "dig" too quickly in the deck at the start of the game could lead to armed armies swept in the last laps. This is worth it if a player can capture Berlin or Paris in 1915 - but if the gambit fails, you may have a difficult way to go. The game ends after 17 laps, or earlier if a game has a sufficient lead.
Quartermaster General: 1914 is a must have for all fans of the quartermaster general series, and for all those who are looking for a great strategy game on the "Great War".