Panzertruppen 1990: Modern Combat Rules
Panzertruppen 1990 is a 285th scale modern miniatures wargame that covers the world's modern armies, circa 1990.
War is an interplay between all the assets of one side against those of the other. In Panzertruppen 1990 we have attempted to bring together all of the aspects of the modern battlefield. The engagements will vary from the platoon and company level to larger battalion and regimental size units incorporating all supporting elements such as mortars, artillery, strike aircraft and relying on sophisticated radars, lasers, computers and communications equipment.
Panzertuppen 1990 has for the first time combined both the small and large unit encounter into the most playable modern combat rules on the market today. These rules reflect the extreme speed of movement and attribution of the modern battlefield environment.
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