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Setting up Paths of Glory

Paths of Glory

Yesterday I had an opportunity to GMT Games’ Paths of Glory. I purchased it a while back, and aside from tooling around with a solo variant and getting a little used to the rules, I hadn’t really had the time to dig into it. My first game was fun; however, it was over quick. Really need to watch supply lines in this game.

DesignerTed Raicer
ArtistCharles Kibler, Terry Leeds, Rodger B. MacGowan, Mark Simonitch
PublisherGMT Games, Devir, DiceTree Games, Udo Grebe Gamedesign, Wargames Club Publishing, Wydawnictwo Gołębiewski
Year Published1999
# of Players2 - 2
User Suggested # of Players Best with 2+ players
Recommended with 2 players
(86 voters)
Playing Time480
Mfg Suggested Ages14 and up
User Suggested Ages14 and up
(31 voters)
Language DependenceExtensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable
(34 voters)
CategoryWargame, World War I
MechanicCampaign / Battle Card Driven, Dice Rolling, Point to Point Movement
ExpansionPaths of Glory Player's Guide
FamilyContinents: Europe, Players: Two Player Only Games, Region: Middle East
Primary NamePaths of Glory
Alternate NamesŚcieżki chwały, Senderos de Gloria, 光荣之路 (光榮之路), 패스 오브 글로리

More info on BGG.

Space Empires 4x, by GMT Games, is an amazing game. Strategic, tactical and thematic.

Played a game of GMT Games Napoleonics. I lost terribly as the French as there was one heroic British rifle light unit that decimated me.

(via BGG Wargame Designer of the Month: Gene Billingsley | Wargames | BoardGameGeek)

This has been a great thread. 

“You’ve read the book, now play the game.”

I cannot wait to play this game!

Finally getting some time to play more of Unconditional Surrender Case Blue.

(via Why political board games have the power to change our view of the world | Technology | The Guardian)

A great write-up on how significant gaming can be. Another game to look at is Freedom: The Underground Railroad.

A work of Art. I call it, “The beginning of a lovely morning.”

1805 Sea of Glory by GMT Games.

(via “Genesis” Game Map – Late Bronze Age – Middle East « C3i Ops Center)

Looking forward to this game so much!

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