Savage Wilderness The French and Indian War
Savage Wilderness - The French and Indian War is our second game simulation of the French and Indian War, the North American theater of The Seven Years’ War fought between the English and French. One of the key aspects of this conflict was control of the two rivers that served as critical trade routes for both nations, the Allegheny and Monongahela.
Designed by Bill Molyneaux, Savage Wilderness provides gamers with a fast-playing, introductory-level wargame covering twelve engagements of this war, including alternate variants for you to explore. Using easy to understand rules, each scenario is designed to be played in about an hour. Special scenario rules expand the experience further, bringing unique flavor and mechanics specific to each engagement while staying historically correct.
Battles included in this game are Grand Pre, Petitcodiac, Fort Bull, Mercer’s Massacre, Fort Oswego, Kittanning, German Flatts, Battle of Fort Ligonier, La Belle Famille, Beauport, Bloody Morning Scout, Bloody Run, Devil’s Hole, and the 30 turn campaign: The Battle of Fort Fredrick.