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Artwork from the original 1059 edition and it includes wooden pieces, and the original board design widely accepted as the first mainstream war game. Players are given tons of little army units to place onto the map of the world. When it's your turn, you use your units to attack other players' positions, hopefully with superior numbers. Combat is a simple dice rolling affair that stresses attrition, and ...
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Overview

Artwork from the original 1059 edition and it includes wooden pieces, and the original board design widely accepted as the first mainstream war game. Players are given tons of little army units to place onto the map of the world. When it's your turn, you use your units to attack other players' positions, hopefully with superior numbers. Combat is a simple dice rolling affair that stresses attrition, and reinforcements are given to players who collect sets of cards.

For Ages: 8+
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Product Details

  • UPC: 714043011212
  • Manufacturer: Winning Moves
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2009

    Just as we played 50 years ago

    Never did like the plastic version -- they finally got it right once again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2009

    Ah, Nostalgia!

    This is just like the one my grandmother used to have--we would play it for hours! If you have fond memories of the old Risk, with the wooden pieces, you will not be disappointed.

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