Stratego Board Game

August 18, 2014 - Comment

Stratego – the classic game of Battlefield strategy. On a distant planet, two armies clash. Who will be victorious? You command an army of soldiers, generals and spies. Devise a plan and deploy your troops. Use strategic attack and clever deception to break through your opponent’s line, but beware, of bombs and enemy spies. Capture

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Stratego – the classic game of Battlefield strategy. On a distant planet, two armies clash. Who will be victorious? You command an army of soldiers, generals and spies. Devise a plan and deploy your troops. Use strategic attack and clever deception to break through your opponent’s line, but beware, of bombs and enemy spies. Capture the flag, and victory is yours!

Product Features

  • The Ultimate Strategy Game for 2 Players
  • Futuristic Battle Theme
  • Classic Strategic Game Play
  • Easy, Out of the Box Play
  • Includes: 30 Red Army Pieces, 30 Blue Army Pieces, 1 Battlefield Game Board, 1 Red Label Sheet, 1 Blue Label Sheet, 2 Storage Bags, 1 Instruction Sheet

Comments

The Matrix Fan "Video Gamer since 1979." says:

“It’s kind of like chess…but it’s Secret Chess!” That opening quote is from my child, a new player to the world of Stratego, and it sums up the game quite well. The basic goals of this game haven’t changed with the passing of time – set up your pieces secretively, and try to capture the enemy’s flag to win the battle.This is the 50th anniversary version of Stratego, and here are the most notable changes:The Newer version–>(1) Distant planet military setting(2) Each player gets 30 pieces(3) High numbered pieces are powerful – (10 = Marshall, 9 = General, etc)(4) The Spotter – a piece that can capture any opponent’s piece by correctly guessing its rank.The Older version–>(1) Classic wartime military setting(2) Each player gets 40 pieces.(3) Low numbered pieces are powerful – (1 = Marshall, 2 = General, etc)(4) There is no Spotter in this versionThe basic strategies remain – using misdirection, placing bombs either near or far…

Daniel A. Garland says:

This is not the Stratego you are looking for 0

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