A Mimigawa 1578 egy kiváló társasjáték, 1 - 2 játékos részére. A játékmenet erősen épít a hatszög-rács és a "chit-pull" rendszer mechanizmusokra.
Simulation of the battle fought out on 10 December 1578 between the Ōtomo clan and Shimazu clans, that ended in a decisive Shimazu victory....
Simulation of the battle fought out on 10 December 1578 between the Ōtomo clan and Shimazu clans, that ended in a decisive Shimazu victory.
In 1578, Sorin Otomo, who was the largest Sengoku Daimyo in Kyushu, protected Asahi Ito, who had lost Hyuga after the Shimazu invasion. In an attempt to recapture Hyuga and expand the power of Christianity, he attacked. Shimazu forces pushed forward the army of Otomo's army and crossed the Ogawa.
Battle of Mimikawa is a wargame that deals with this Shimazu vs. Otomo battle, also known as the Battle of Takashirogawa.
This game adopts the chit driven system in which "activating chits" are assigned to each unit on both sides. It reproduces the medieval battle style, where actions can be unwanted.
Historically, Shimazu stopped Otomo's invasion of Hyuga, but what will happen in the game?
1 hex = approx. 100 m
1 unit = 250-500 people
Number of players = 2
Play time = 120 minutes
Contents (excluding magazines)
160 pieces (15mm square)
1 map (1 A1 size)
1 rule book (12 pages)
(adapted and translated from Command Japan website)