Battle of Quebec 1759
September 13, 1769 - The British have just landed an army to the west of Quebec scaling heights that were considered impassible. The British must be stopped and an army is quickly gathered to meet them on the Plains of Abraham outside Quebec City. Additional French troops are on their way but an attack must be made at once to drive the British back into the St. Lawrence River. The stage is set... and you are in command.
The Battle of Quebec, 1759 is a low to moderate complexity tactical game covering the British attack on Quebec during the French and Indian War. The game takes about 30 to 60 minutes to play. One player commands the British and the other player commands the French. Cards allow variety in play.
TIME TO PLAY: 30-60 Minutes
DESIGNER: Stephen L. Kling, Jr.
- 48 game pieces (5/8" inch)
- A single rulebook with design notes (4 pages)
- 16 game cards
- A single CANVAS game map (11x17" inch)
- 2 six sided dice
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