PACRIM: Summer of 1863 Board Game


PACRIM Summer of 1863 Wargame

 

L. Prang & Co. print of the painting "Hancock at Gettysburg" by Thure de Thulstrup, showing Pickett's Charge. Restoration by Adam Cuerden.

L. Prang & Co. print of the painting “Hancock at Gettysburg” by Thure de Thulstrup, showing Pickett’s Charge. Restoration by Adam Cuerden.

 

Key features:

  • Strategic level board game using a point-point map depict the one-month period that the battle of Gettysburg was the capstone of. Game provides the economic & political drivers that lead to the campaign and allow players to take it from there from early June to early July 1863
  • 3days/turn, division level, 96 counters


Strategic level, point-point game of the American Civil War in the pivotal year of 1863. Focuses on the political & economic drivers that lead to the Gettysburg campaign. Game covers a 1 month period beginning immediately after the battle of Chancellorsville, June-July 1863. 3days/turn, div level, 96 counters. T.Eskey’14


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