Little Round Top: Flank Attack at Gettysburg (Decision Games)

Decision Games has a new entry in their Mini Game Series based on their Musket and Saber ruleset. Coming off fresh from Longstreet Attacks, I wanted to get this to the table and see how it played.

For being a small game with few counters and a minimal footprint, I was pleasantly surprised by the Musket and Saber base rules. There is a degree of nuance and granularity that I did not expect- namely in the use of morale in determining the outcome of combat and the use of counterattacks, which provides a fresh alternative to mandatory attacks in enemy ZOCs.

This will be a good title to fill an hour with or to take while traveling. See more of my thoughts below.

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