I am currently playing panzerblitz hill of death, from MMP. I enjoyed a lot the reaction fire and opportunity fire rules for it allow the inactive player to play a little and as a result, it is not so boring to wait for his/her turn. Would any of you guys suggest more games with such kind of rules?

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Comment by Eric Walters on March 9, 2012 at 4:44pm

There are LOTS of games like this these days!  The Lock 'N Load games for both squad and platoon level combat allow for it, as does the Grand Tactical System (which isn't just for monster-games--NO QUESTION OF SURRENDER is about to come out) for company-level games.  The Tactical Combat Series (TCS) has a good bit of this and the DEATHRIDE system does too.  Can't think of a 20th Century tactical game system that's been done in the past 20 years or so that doesn't allow for this (I'm sure there's one or two somewhere...)

Comment by Stephen G on March 9, 2012 at 12:29pm
Starter kit ASL is a good way to ease yourself into THE GAME!
Comment by Rafael Moreno on March 9, 2012 at 10:30am

Thanks a lot guys. I'll probably that the PG and then ATS path. I really want to play ASL someday (it's THE classic squad level game), but I think it will be in a not so near future. 

Comment by Vlad See on March 8, 2012 at 8:04pm

Advanced Squad Leader has this too.  The players switch roles from attacker to defender and vice versa every turn.  When the attacker moves, the defender has the chance to shoot back.  After the attacker has moved, the units who are still in good order after the movement can fire back at the defenders but at half firepower since it was busy moving than shooting.   

Comment by Carlos Alberto Laport de Miranda on March 8, 2012 at 7:23pm

Rafeal, como vc é Brasileiro, vai em português, mesmo.

O Advanced Tobruk System, é todo por impulsos, portanto, ninguém fica parado, pois além do Opportunity Fire, cada jogador move, dispara ou move e dispara com uma de suas unidades (ou grupo de unidades) alternadamente, o que faz que os jogadores fiquem envolvidos no jogo todo o tempo.

Comment by Rafael Moreno on March 8, 2012 at 7:20pm

Tnx Peter P! I'll take a look on that! As a matter of fact, I bought about a year the afrikacorps desert rats but never had a chance to skim the rules. It is going right to the top of my list!

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