I finished Race for Tunis on Saturday, and although I only played the basic game (just to get myself accustomed to the rules) it was a very enjoyable and engaging game, and I certainly look forward to playing the advanced rules.
Terrain and artillery play a pivotal role in this basic game, and I am sure they will play a vital part in the advanced game, certainly the artillery will not be so domineering with the advanced rules - I predict.
I was tempted to go straight in an play it again with the advanced rules, but have decided to have a break from it an play a different game, probably a Napoleonic game....maybe

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Comment by Roger Morley on October 11, 2010 at 6:24am
The Allies - but only by 2 victory points. Axis needed 17 or more to claim victory, and they had 15. I think once the advanced rules are applied, the Axis will have more of an advantage, where as in the basic game, the Allies seemed to have the edge.
Comment by Brian Lazewski on October 11, 2010 at 5:54am
Who won?

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