Next War: Vietnam


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Is Next War: Vietnam fun to play?

Is Next War: Vietnam fun to play?
Next War: Vietnam

Players: 1 – 2 players | Game Duration 120 – 1200 mins | Min. Age 14+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: War Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Next War: Vietnam about?

‘Next War: Vietnam’ is a board game of strategic simulation of the military conflict in Vietnam during the 1960s and 1970s. It’s designed for 2-4 players, with each player taking on a role as either the United States or North Vietnamese Army.

How to Play

The gameplay itself is complex, yet easy to understand once you’ve got the hang of it. Each turn, players will use cards from their deck to mobilize troops, launch attacks and defend against enemy moves. The goal is to control territory and eliminate your opponent’s forces.

But what sets this game apart from others in its genre is its attention to detail and historical accuracy. It truly feels like you’re in the midst of a real-life military conflict, making strategic decisions that could change the course of the war.

Who Can Play

Now, this game may not be for everyone. It requires a certain level of commitment and patience to fully understand and appreciate all of its mechanics. But for those who enjoy deep strategy games with a historical twist, ‘Next War: Vietnam’ is definitely worth checking out.

What Makes It Fun

And let’s not forget the fun factor. Despite its serious subject matter, this game can also be quite entertaining and even humorous at times. There’s nothing like seeing your opponent’s face when you successfully execute a surprise attack or thwart their well-laid plans.

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Rulebook and How to Play Guides

Official Rule Book

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Awards Won by Next War: Vietnam

2020 Charles S. Roberts Best Modern, Hypothetical Wargame Nominee

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