Navajo Wars is a solitaire game that places the player in control of the Navajo tribe. For nearly 300 years, the Navajo fought to retain their independence. Theirs was one of the longest wars fought on the North American continent.
The Navajo refer to their people as the “Diné” (pronounced, dih-nay). In the Navajo language this word means, “the people.” For historical and cultural flavour, the term Diné is used throughout the game.
Navajo Wars is divided into three historical periods: The Spanish Period (1598-1821), the Mexican Period (1821-1847), and the American Period (1847-1864). Each period of the game can be played separately as a short, 90-minute scenario. For a more lengthy challenge, all three Periods may be played in sequence as a “campaign.”
Includes: 45/8” counters, 80 cards, 20 wooden cubes(4 brown, 4 white, 3 black, 3 red, 3 green, 2 yellow, 1 blue), Bag to draw cubes from, 3 six-sided dice, 122 x 34” MOUNTED map, 1 Rulebook, 1 Playbook, 2 Player Aid Cards.
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Players: 1 - 2
Playtime: 120 Minutes to 20 hours depending on scenario
Ages: 12 +
Published by: GMT Games