Poll: What should be the next title/game for PG Modern?
The Suez Canal 1956
Vietnam War
Sino-Vietnamese War 1979, China's Invasion of Vietnam
The Iran - Iraq War 1980-1988
The Falklands 1982
The Soviet - Afghan War 1979-1989
The Gulf Wars 1991 & 2003
The Angolan Civil War 1975-2002
Other?
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Next PG Modern Game Subject?
#1
Ok guys, what should the next PG Modern game be about?
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#2
1973 War - heavy armor usage, and ATG missiles.
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#3
The Prague Spring, with armed resistance and critical PACT fuel shortages.
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#4
You guys should mark other on the Poll! Smile

But at least you mention what your other is, which is good.
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#5
NATO vs WP or Sino Soviet conflict
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#6
Indo-Pakistani Wars and yes, I marked off "other"
No "minor" country left behind...
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#7
(09-01-2015, 10:50 AM)Matt W Wrote: Indo-Pakistani Wars and yes, I marked off "other"

Ditto that for me.


Michael
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#8
I don't think there's much content for a Sino-Vietnamese module. That was a very short engagement without any interesting tactical or strategic innovations. Also, according to the respective sources, both sides won every battle so writing your victory conditions might be tricky... :-P
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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#9
Shad,

The victory conditions are easy.

"The People's Army is ever victorious. Any suggesting otherwise will be provided ample opportunity to have the results explained until they recognize the glorious victory that has been achieved."

Works for both sides.
No "minor" country left behind...
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#10
Everybody is kind of all over the place on this poll. It's hard to tell what AP should do next with Modern? I guess whatever the next designer wants to do.

Andrew I did find quite a bit of information on the Chinese invasion of Veitnam. It's a nice three week or so battle. Has a lot of room for a few hypothetical scenarios at the end as well. The Soviet poured a lot of advisors and equipment into the Veitnese side during and after the conflict.
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