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Game #1372
Blue and The Gray, The    View all Real Dogs in this genre
War   Multi-level war

Rating: 8.28 (149 votes)

Blue and The Gray, The box cover

Blue and The Gray, The screenshot
Probably one of the worst Civil War games ever made, M. Evan Brooks sums it up well in his synopsis of this ambitious wargame from Impressions: "[The Blue and The Gray depicts] the American Civil War, with all the wrong lessons. The strategic conceptualization was simply wrong, and the tactical battles seemed to have little reference to history. As a game, it could be fun; as history, it was a disaster. Individual battles could be "zoomed", although the accuracy of such play brought the very concept into question. Admirable for what it tried to do, the problem was that it failed to reflect its subject matter."

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Ed Grabowski
Developer: Impressions
Publisher: Impressions
Year: 1993
Software Copyright: Impressions
Theme: Historical
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: D-Day: The Beginning of The End, Charge of The Light Brigade, Decisive Battles of American Civil War Vol. 1

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