You heard it here first: In mid-January Worthington Games will release a “card-driven area movement game” called Hearts and Minds. It will allow, as Worthington says, “players to recreate the Vietnam War between 1965-1975 in the full campaign game or yearly scenarios starting and ending in any year.” Designed by John Poniske and developed by Stan Hilinski, the game is made to be playable in an hour for scenarios and three-to-six hours for a “campaign” game.
Worthington will have what it is calling a dedication wall in the game to honor veterans. If you’d like your name on the wall, or would like to add another veteran’s, email WG@WORTHINGTONGAMES.COM
For more info on the game itself, go to the Worthington web site.
Posted on November 4th 2009 in Games