French & Indian War from Worthington Publishing is a strategic game on the French & Indian War in America during the peak war years of 1757 to 1759. One side commands the British and its allies while the other commands the French and its allies. The object of the game is for the British player to control enough key locations in New France to win the war. The French goals are to protect New France while pursuing its own strategy of gaining territory in the American colonies. A block wargame with custom dice that creates a pretty unique and interesting take on this war.
Great review, Gentlemen. I’ve soloed this a few times and played two games face-to-face via Zoom (Covid isolation). I fully agree with every point you made (except the square dice), as this is a wonderful, tense, fast game with many more variables than one would think at first blush. Although more than a year has passed since I played, I seem to recall that Naval movement and control is extremely important as the game approaches its final turns — if you mentioned that in your review, I missed it and I apologize. Love what you do; keep it up!
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