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Freeman`s Farm 1777

4.4 out of 5 stars 10 ratings

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Freeman's Farm 1777 is the first in our Battle Formations game series. These games are a new game system that have been designed for solitaire and two players. The object of the game is to break three of the formations of the opposing side. This is done by activating your formations and choosing the best actions for it to undertake given the state of the battlefield. Each time you call on a formation your army gains momentum. As your army builds momentum it allows you to press your formations to continue attacking. But the cost is a reduction in the momentum the army has built up as well as reductions in the morale of the attacking formations. Each formation has a fixed number of troop markers that can be hit in combat and are also subject to breaking from morale loss. Each formation can only be activated when its activation card is played, and these are limited and not always available. Each formation reduces its morale when activated and when continuing attacks. Formations are broken when they fail a morale test OR when all their troop markers are eliminated.

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