Tet Offensive GDW Wargame Still In Plastic - 1991
This game is new old stock still in the original plastic. It has been moved from place to place over the years so there is some wear on the edges and in various place and the right side of the rear panel has dented in. You can see it in the pictures.
About the game:
Tet was the most famous and decisive battle of the Vietnam War. This wargame of the Vietnam War by Frank Chadwick can be played by from two to four players.
A simple game system, combined with extensive special unit capabilities and myriad strategic options, makes for a game rich in play value and variety.
Game components: Large 19 inch x 28 inch map covering South Vietnam and the border regions of Laos and Cambodia.
More than 300 counters and markers in four distinct sizes.
Plastic flag stands to mark cities in insurrection.
Rules booklet includes extensive background information on the armies that fought in the Tet offensive.
On January 30, 1968, the combined forces of the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army launched a countrywide offensive directed at the major cities and towns of Vietnam. The offensive was unprecedented in its scope and violence and would eventually prove to be the deciding battle of the war.
Product Line: War Games - Post-World War II GDW
Type: Boxed Game
Copyright Date: 1991
Author: Frank Chadwick