The Final War Review

The Final War Review - Bailey Piatt Game Design The Final...

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Bailey Piatt Game Design 1/30/18 The Final War Review The purpose of the board game is to eliminate all of your opponent’s pieces on the board before anyone else destroys all of yours. You must move how many spaces you rolled on the dice and you can move more than one player at a time based on how much you rolled. The rules are very easy to comprehend and understand. The rules are easy to grasp and each member explained it thoroughly. In one turn in the game you have to roll the dice and how ever many you rolled determines how many spots you move. Players can move multiple pieces at a time and there is a counter to everyone’s move, it’s just your job to know how to do it. I believe the game is very challenging in my opinion. You have to protect you general who leads your army against snipers, ground troops, tanks, and many more things. The game requires you to think outside the box, and does a great job on making you do it.
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  • Fall '19
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  • Monopoly, Dice, Board game, Bailey Piatt, Final War Review

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