After four plays, I think Leuthen from Victory Point Games is a great little gem. With little space, very few units and few and easy rules you get everything you need from a wargame: fog of war, different units with different strenghts/weaknesses against other units and terrain, morale and cohesion, very clever tactical cards system, hard decisions to take, manoeuvring and good historical flavour. It has a very good replayability. In my four plays I have faced very different situations, with only one thing in common: the battle result was unkown until the last die roll.
What I like the most is that at the beginning you have little information about the enemy composition, when the games goes on you gain more information BUT you eventually lose the ability to command your troops effectively or correct your mistakes as the troops clash.

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