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décembre 1956 : après une désastrueuse rencontre contre les forces gouvernementales, Fidel Castro n'a plus que 12 hommes et aucun soutien politique. 2 ans plus tard, à force de propagande et de guérilla, il renverse le dictateur Batista dans ce qui restera un modèle de guerre révolutionnaire. C'est ce queCuba Libre vous propose de simuler.

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Castro’s Insurgency
Following up on GMT Games’ Andean Abyss, the COIN Series next volume, Cuba Libre, takes 1 to 4 players into the Cuban Revolution.  Castro’s Marxist “26 July Movement” must expand from its bases in the Sierra Maestra mountains to fight its way to Havana.  Meanwhile, anti-communist student groups, urban guerrillas, and ex-patriots try to de-stabilize the Batista regime from inside and out, while trying not to pave the way for a new dictatorship under Castro.  Batista’s Government must maintain steam to counter the twin insurgency, while managing two benefactors:  its fragile US Alliance and its corrupting Syndicate skim.  And in the midst of the turmoil, Meyer Lansky and his Syndicate bosses will jockey to keep their Cuban gangster paradise alive.

COIN Series, Volume II
Cuba Libre will be easy to learn for Andean Abyss players—both volumes share the same innovative COIN system.  Like Volume I, Cuba Libre is equally playable solitaire or by multiple players up to 4—and with a shorter time to completion than Andean Abyss.  But Cuba Libre’s situation and strategic challenges will be new.  A deck of 48 fresh events brings 1950s Cuba to life and includes …

• The Twelve:  The first wave’s escape to the Sierra Maestra—inspirational legend or harbinger of defeat?
• El Che and Raúl:  Brilliant in the field, or bungling hostage-takers?
• Operation Fisherman:  Can the Marxists pull off a second invasion?
• General Strike:  Urban disruption or rebel embarrassment?
• Radio Rebelde:  Are the masses tuning in, or just the Army direction finders?
• Pact of Caracas:  Can the rebels unite?
• Armored Cars:  Mobile striking power, but in whose hands?
• Rolando Masferrer:  Brutal pro-government tactics—will they help or hurt?
• Fat Butcher:  Can the Mob’s enforcer protect its casinos?
• Sinatra:  Frankie’s Havana show a boom or bust, and who collects?
… and much more.

New twists match the COIN system to the situation in 1950s Cuba:

• It’s the insurgents who build lasting capabilities, while the Government is limited to fleeting bursts of momentum.
• The Syndicate’s bases are Casinos—expensive to build, but so important to Cuba no army will destroy them.
• Syndicate special activities include calling in the “muscle” of Government troops and police to protect mob assets.
• Stacks of Syndicate cash awaiting launder can fall in anyone’s hands—even the corrupt Government’s.
• The Government has its own terror tactic—reprisals—and can skim a portion of Syndicate profits.
• The eroding US Alliance with Batista overshadows all Government actions, not just through aid levels but also through the day-to-day ability of troops and police to operate.
• Even if Batista flees, the struggle may not end—the counterrevolutionary government may even become stronger!

Multiplayer, 2-Player, Solitaire

Cuba Libre provides up to 4 players with contrasting roles and overlapping victory conditions for rich diplomatic interaction. For 2- or 3-player games, players can represent alliances of factions, or the game system can control non-player factions . Or a single player as the Cuban Revolutionaries can attempt to topple Batista and seize power for themselves. The non-player sides will fight one another as well as the players, but too much power in the hands of any one of them will mean player defeat.

COIN Series Volume II

Cuba Libre like its predecessor Andean Abyss presents a game system on modern insurgency readily adaptable to other conflicts, particularly those featuring the interaction of many sides (thus our COunterINsurgency series). A rich and under-represented history of 20th-Century guerrilla warfare beckons.  Volume III is A Distant Plain—Insurgency in Afghanistan, and Volume IV is Fire in the Lake—Insurgency in Vietnam."


- A 17”x22” mounted game board
- A deck of 52 cards
- 79 dark and light blue,  red, green, and yellow wooden forces pieces, some embossed.
- 8 embossed cylinders
- One sheet of  markers
- One background play book
- One rule  book
- A Sequence of Play sheet
- 4 Faction player aid foldouts
- 2 Non-Player Aid foldouts
- 3 6-sided dice

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  •  le 14/02/2014
  • 5/5
excellent volume deux de la série COIN

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