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DescriptionBased essentially the entire Vietnam conflict, John Tiller's Squad Battles: Vietnam recounts the many battles between the U.S. Army, Marines, the North Vietnamese Army, and Viet Cong. There is no linked campaign, but rather 71 individual scenarios spanning 30 historical and hypothetical situations. Some battles involve only a single squad, while others many include numerous units and support vehicles such as armor, artillery, and helicopters.
This turn-based game is similar to Avalon Hill's Squad Leader board game, but is not a computer version of it. The scale is 40m per hex, and each turn lasts 5 minutes.
Multiplayer options include play-by-email, TCP/IP, and LAN. A scenario editor is also included.
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|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Nov, 2001||80|
|GameSpy||Sep 26, 2001||77 out of 100||77|
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- Computer Gaming World
- April 2002 (Issue #213) – Wargame of the Year
blefuscu (424) added Squad Battles: Vietnam (Windows) on Oct 24, 2001
Joseph, The Genius, AmoralUnit Graphics:
Dave Blackman (British), Daniel Canu (Italian), Ezio Lazzerini (Italian), Bob Davis (Vietnamese), Mugar Geana (Romanian), Tohan Hazinedar (Turkish), Volkan Sahin (Turkish), Jin‑Hyoung Kim (Korean), Joerg Lissa (German), Thomas Wulfes (German), Terry McLaughlan (Chinese), Hisatomi Sakuda (Japanese), James Rapkins (Australian), Neil Stalker (Australian), Glenn Saunders (Canadian)