Paper Wars Magazine & Game 102 (Santiago Campaign, 1898)
Santiago Campaign, 1898 by Javier Romero
This is a two-player (solitaire adaptable) simulation of the land campaign for Santiago de Cuba, which ended with the surrender of the Spanish forces after the hard-fought battles of San Juan Hill and El Caney. The map runs from Daiquiri and Siboney to west of Santiago at one mile per hex. Units of maneuver are primarily regiments and battalions, and the 15 game turns each represent one day. Low complexity.