THE CONFEDERATE REBELLION
A game by award-winning designer David Kershaw, The Confederate Rebellion is a grand strategy solitaire simulation of the American Civil War. Game development, additional scenarios, and art by Steve Kling. Available in boxed, folio (poly-bag), and print-and-play formats.
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120 Two-sided Counters and Markers
17" x 11" Game Board
Double-Sided Scenarios Sheet
Build, Move and Combat Phases
Sacking Union Generals
Fleet and River Movement
Three Scenarios: 1862, 1863, and 1864
Rebel Blockade Runners and Commerce Raiders
The McClellan Rule
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Vassal module for The Confederate Rebellion
available with purchase of game upon request.
* BGG Best Wargame - 2013 Print-and-Play Solitaire Game Contest (Irish Freedom)
"Remarkable...a very high endorsement." - Marco
"The Confederate Rebellion is one of those addicting games...it all works ingeniously well thanks to a fluid and simple system..." - Pascal Toupy
The Confederate Rebellion is "a fun game...captivating...tense, interesting game play that has variety...very high endorsement..." - Marco
"I like your games. The Confederate Rebellion has been a lot of fun to play. First complete game was yesterday and Lee took Washington DC darn it! Oh well looking forward to playing it again." - Jeff J.
"With straightforward playthrough and mechanics, TCR manages to bring the Civil War atmosphere to conflict scale, and all with just eight pages of rules. In addition, around ten variants are available to players who would like to add more chrome to the game, including a variant for two players! In TCR, you really feel like you are with your staff in the White House and you have to constantly find the right balance in spending your resources. Of course each battle won is a breath of fresh air but victory can only be decided by succeeding in stifling the rage of the Southerners by depriving them of economic resources thanks to the blockade and the control of the vital Mississippi. The military, logistical and economic elements are there, and it all works ingeniously well thanks to a fluid and simple system. This allows you to do a lot of different things, but of course never enough to cover everything you need to do. The Confederate Rebellion is one of those addicting games where you don't lift your head until you've finished the game and taken a healthy dose of positive tension." - Pascal Toupy (Translated from the French)