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Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa | Review

Twilight Struggle: Red Sea - Conflict in the Horn of Africa (GMT Games)Game Name: Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa

Publisher: GMT Games

Designer: Jason Matthews

Graphics: Mark Simonitch and Terry Leeds

Year: 2023

Genre: Historical strategy game of the Cold War

Players: One or two players

Ages: 14+

Playing Time: 30 to 60 minutes

MSRP: $39.00

I share my thoughts about Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa from GMT Games. The game is a quick playing slice of the Cold War using the beloved Twilight Struggle system of card driven strategy. The game is for one or two players, ages 14+, plays in 30 to 60 minutes, and carries an MSRP of $39.00. Is this a must own for fans of Twilight Struggle and those looking to scratch that Twilight Struggle itch in 30 to 60 minutes? Or is this one horn which simply blows? You’ll find out!

*Note* I should have said there’s no guarantee either scoring card gets played in the two turns but the Africa Scoring Card is more than likely to get played.

1:43 Diving into Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa
19:36 Final thoughts and review score
24:04 Wrapping up

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    Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa | Review

    As Twilight Struggle is one of my absolute favorite board games of all time I was really looking forward to TS: Red Sea. I'm certainly not disappointed as you can certainly scratch that Twilight Struggle itch in an hour or so. I always love the fact that whenever I dive into a card driven historical game from GMT I always learn something. I will say I can't see TS: Red Sea replacing the original game for myself but this is certainly a quick playing strategy game worthy of the Twilight Struggle name.
    9
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    Excellent

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