A We Happy Few: The Battle of Agincourt egy közepesen összetett társasjáték, 2 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő 1 - 1.5 óra. A játékmenet erősen épít a hatszög-rács és a kockadobás mechanizmusokra.
From the publisher: Just in time for its 600th Anniversary in October of 2015, Tiny Battle Publishing is proud to present "the only Agincourt game you'll ever need", Tom...
From the publisher:
Just in time for its 600th Anniversary in October of 2015, Tiny Battle Publishing is proud to present "the only Agincourt game you'll ever need", Tom Russell's We Happy Few. Using a modified version of the Shields & Swords medieval battle system, it recreates one of the most famous battles of the Middle Ages.
Near a place called Agincourt, Henry V of England and the exhausted, disease-ridden remnants of his army took on a French force the size of which vastly outnumbered his own, and proceeded to wipe the floor with 'em. The French may have had the numbers, the knights, and the horses, but Hal had a strong defensive position and the all-important English longbow. The French sneered at the bowmen as only Frenchmen can, but like the man said, don't nock it until you've tried it.
Chief among the game's features is a clever, speedy, and diceless alternative to opportunity/reaction fire concepts that reflects the difficulties inherent in moving under missile fire. This results in a very tough game for the French Player. The English Player is favored to recreate the historical result, but it's not a stroll in the park.
Like other titles in the Shields & Swords series, We Happy Few is an ideal introduction to wargaming, but with just enough grit to satisfy the seasoned counter-clipper.