Since we lack players, I was considering an alternative.
What do you think about a 2 player WW2 simulation with GD1938. I mean, a 2 player game where both players are constrained by house rules that would force them to play more or less like WW2.
The idea is:
1-Player 1 takes USSR, USA, France, GB, China
2-Player 2 takes the 3 Axis countries
The following restrictions would be applied to each country
-Must start a war before June 1940 or the Allies win the game
-Can make alliances only with Japan or Italy
-Can make alliances with Germany or Japan
-Cannot make peace with China
-Can make alliances with Germany or Italy
4-GB and France
-Can make alliances with China, Japan, USA or USSR (see USSR restrictions)
-Can make alliance with China only if at war with Japan
-Can make alliances with USSR only if USSR was attacked by Germany country AND they are already at war with the Germans (thus allowing Germany to go for a USSR first strategy)
-Cannot start a war against Japan, Italy or Germany
-Can make alliances with China, France, GB, USA
-Can make alliances only if at war against one of the Axis powers
-Can DOW Germany or Italy in 1943 and can DOW Japan only in 1944
-Once it wakes up from isolation, can make alliances with any allied country that is at war with one or more Axis countries
-Can DOW any Axis country that is at war with an allied country
-Cannot DOW any country
-Can make alliance with any allied country at war with Japan
If a war is started, peace cannot be made until the game ends.
I would like to see if, given these limits, it would be possible, for a skilled Axis player, to defeat the Allies.
< Message edited by Bombur -- 5/4/2017 12:52:42 AM >