The Supreme Commander

on July 8, 2013 | 0 Comment

The Supreme Commander is a game designed for 2-5 players covering the entirety of World War II in the European Theater of Operations (ETO), from September 1939 to the end of the war. While there are plenty of other ETO games out there, The Supreme Commander effectively models all of the primary aspects of the war in a simple, straight-forward manner.

Murmansk convoy, Lend-Lease, diplomacy, the strategic U-Boat campaign, technological advancement, strategic bombing campaigns, naval invasions, the economy and military production, partisans – All of these elements and more are included in a surprisingly easy-to-learn game.

That is not to say that The Supreme Commander is some sort of compromise, surrendering historical accuracy for simplicity. The game delivers a detailed order of battle and meticulously researched economic and diplomatic system which allows players to play out the historical military campaigns of the war as well as the “what ifs” that may have happened. It is entirely up to the players – the system is open-ended and does not restrict players to the exact decisions of the past.

 

Components:

  • Rules Booklet
  • Play Booklet
  • Two Counter Sheets
  • Two Player Aid Cards
  • Diplomatic Track
  • Six Force Pool Cards
  • 22 x 34 inch Map
  • Two ten-sided dice

Code: GMT1316

MSRP: $65

Release: August 2013

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