At Neuve Chapelle
March 10 - 12, 1915
With stunning map and cover graphics by Mike Mirfin and Tom Cundiff's beautiful counter art, At Neuve Chapelle is a simulation of the World War One battle.
At Neuve Chapelle is available in boxed, folio and print-and-play formats. Click the drop-down menu to select format and destination. Price includes shipping and handling.
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At Neuve Chapelle provides a tactical simulation of the World War I battle. The British attempted to reduce a poorly-
176 5/8” Laser-
22” x 17” Game Map in Two 17” x 11” Sections
Design by Michael W. Kennedy
Map and Cover Art by Mike Mirfin
Counters by Tom Cundiff
Play Testing by Hermann Luttman, Chris Hansen, Frank Fitzpatrick
Vassal Module by Art Bennett
The living rules for At Neuve Chapelle include a modifiesd Victory Points Table and variants for British command and German reinforcements as well as a what-if scenario allowing for British full supply of artillery shells.
At Neuve Chapelle "gives a first hand experience of these historical events...gets the job done...as a historical game it is a good game..it is a game I enjoyed."
- from Marco Arnaudo's video review.
One review of the game reported a poorly cut countersheet. That was a rare exception to our excellent print standards and it was unfortunate that the reviewer did not ask for a replacement set of counters or even bother to report the problem to us before doing his review. We do not recall anyone reporting this problem with a Neuve Chapelle order to us and we have sold many copies of the game. However, if you purchased the game (or any title) and experienced this problem, please do let us know and we will ship you a free replacement set of counters.
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"...thank you for forwarding this game so quickly - arrived in UK in about a week . I conduct Battlefield Studies and am out to Neuve Chapelle with a group next week. Your game has helped me with my research and I appreciate you making the effort to tackle one of the less known WF battles that, of course, happened 100 years ago today." Ranald Shepherd, March 10, 2015