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Submitted by Captain Tuttle 751d ago | review

iPadBoardGames Review: Battle of the Bulge

Dripping with historical accuracy and realism, Shenandoah Studios’ Battle of the Bulge is without doubt the most polished and in-depth wargame released on the iPad to date. Although its specific scope and depth may be off-putting to casual gamers, hardened wargame veterans will find a great deal to like here. (Battle of the Bulge, iPad, Mobile, Shenandoah Studios) 9/10

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