I recently purchased GMT's OCS Tunisia.  By chance is anyone interested in playing a game on VASSAL?  I am new to VASSAL and OCS so it will require patience on the part of my opponent/tutor.  However, I will be forever grateful for the the opportunity!

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I know it been months since you posted. I just bought OCS Tunisia II, reading the rules now. I would like to try a Vassal Game of it. It could be blind leading the blind, unless you have the game figured out by now.

Kevin

Let me know if either of you two would like to play still. I’m just joining the group, but have plates several Tunesia scenarios, and DAK II

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