ATO 50 Die Atombombe

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Acting through the Director of each center, players will need to size matters up, recruit other scientists, acquire scarce resources, (plus spy on their rivals, this is the Third Reich remember) and certainly go all out if they hope to develop atomic weapons... Die Atombombe and issue #50 of ATO

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    ATO 50 Die Atombombe

    ATO 50 Die Atombombe

    Acting through the Director of each center, players will need to size matters up, recruit other scientists, acquire scarce resources, (plus spy on their rivals, this is the Third Reich remember) and certainly go all out if they hope to develop atomic weapons... Die Atombombe and issue #50 of ATO

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    Die Atombombe is a card game for 2 to 5 players. Each player represents a faction inside German government, industry, or military circles, seeking to engage one of the Reich's prestigious research institutes to start work on a nuclear program.

    Acting through the Director of each center, players will need to size matters up, recruit other scientists, acquire scarce resources, (plus spy on their rivals, this is the Third Reich remember) and certainly go all out if they hope to develop atomic weapons...

    ...Or some players may instead focus on mastering and commercializing the secrets of the atom, hoarding both knowledge and resources for the “glorious post-war economy” they fondly imagine is sure to come after the war has been won through more conventional means.

    Progress is slow at first - the Russians are far away and the enormity of the effort seems clear early on. And there are always other weapons more desperately needed now.

    As the course of the war darkens for Germany, players may see more official support being thrown their way, or engage in fruitless bickering among themselves over the best theories and resources required to succeed. Their finest scientists may even be drafted to serve as simple soldiers at the front!

    Fast and quick playing, Die Atombombe shows just how easy it was to be bewitched by the idea, and how hard it really was to mount an effective nuclear program under the increasing rain of Allied bombs and the Soviet menace looming to the east.

    Die Atombombe and issue #50 of ATO:

    Cards - 108 colorful playing cards
    Counters - 64 large 5/8" die-cut pieces
    Rules length - 10 pages
    Charts and tables - 1 page
    Complexity - Low
    Playing time - Up to 1 to 2 hours
    How challenging is it solitaire? - Poor

    Design - Steven Cunliffe
    Development - S. Rawling
    Graphic Design - Mark Mahaffey

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    ATO 50 Die Atombombe

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    Acting through the Director of each center, players will need to size matters up, recruit other scientists, acquire scarce resources, (plus spy on their rivals, this is the Third Reich remember) and certainly go all out if they hope to develop atomic weapons... Die Atombombe and issue #50 of ATO

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