Modern Campaigns

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Leigh Nielsen
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Modern Campaigns

Post by Leigh Nielsen » 19 Nov 2020 02:26

Greetings TWS'ers,

As Al mentioned previously, the JTS Winter Sale is coming up in December. Although I am a WW2 tragic and have my hands full with PzC I was thinking about picking up a JTS Modern Campaign. Any fans of the series here? I was thinking Fulda Gap '85 or Middle East '67.
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Daniel Cote
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Re: Modern Campaigns

Post by Daniel Cote » 19 Nov 2020 07:46

I enjoy Danube '85, Korea '85 and Middle East '67. They make a nice change from playing WW2 games. The Modern PzC games play at a faster pace which i enjoy.
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Mike Peccolo
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Re: Modern Campaigns

Post by Mike Peccolo » 19 Nov 2020 17:11

I have Fulda Gap and also at looking to get Middle East 67. Fulda Gap has a different feel as you never have enough units to cover everywhere. There are a number of differences to the PzC series.
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Andrea Galliano
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Re: Modern Campaigns

Post by Andrea Galliano » 20 Nov 2020 10:18

Danube 85 contains the monster "Bolt out of the blue" scenario, covering all germany from the baltic to austria.
Middle East is also nice.
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