Conflict and Chaos: Vietnam 1965 is a historical strategic board game designed by James J Campbell and published by I Will Never Grow Up Games.
On 2 March, 1965, following an attack on a US Marine barracks at Pleiku, Operations Flaming Dart, Rolling Thunder and Arc Light commenced. This intense bombing campaign, which ultimately lasted three years, was intended to force North Vietnam to cease its support for the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam.
Ultimately, the US involvement in the war in Vietnam was ineffective. On 15 January, 1973, President Richard Nixon announced the suspension of US offensive action against North Vietnam. By wars end, the Vietnamese had been fighting foreign involvement or occupation for 116 years.
Take control of the nine major powers involved in one of the most controversial conflicts of all time. Can you change the course of history?
- Number of Players: 2 to 6
- Ages: 14+
- Playing Time: 180-240 min
- MSRP: us$69.99
- Box Dimensions: 11.75 x 9.25 x 2 inch
- Weight: 3.4 lb
Featuring several unique game mechanisms, including;
Covert troop deployment and sneak attacks, infantry extraction rules, reinforcement rules, multinational forces, political influences,
and a wide variety of player powers.
- 14 page Rule book
- 27x18 inch 6 fold Game Board
- 2 Covert Operations Boards and Screens
- Territory Control and Production Track
- 84 National Control Markers
- 28 Facilities Damage Tokens
- 4 Amphibious Landing Tokens
- 14 Covert Operations Tokens
- 10 Anti Aircraft Gun Tokens
- 7 Surface to Air Missile Tokens
- 6 Fire Support Base Tokens
- 4 Air Base Tokens
- Production Points (Paper Money)
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- Player Power Combat Unit Tokens (us$29.99)
375 Player Power Specific Combat Unit Tokens including Infantry, Artillery, Armor, Helicopter, Fighter, Fighter-Bomber, Bomber.
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- 3D Printed Unit Pieces (price TBD)