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Published by Days of Wonder, M44 is unique in its nearly flawless balance of realism, fun, history, and production values. Simply put, M44 is a beautifully produced game and it plays beautifully as well. A typical scenario takes anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to play, making it an easy choice for shorter gaming sessions. The rules are not as detailed as other wargaming systems, however, they do an excellent job of representing the fundamentals of military gaming: terrain, using combined arms, and command and control. The gameplay is turn-based, and is driven by a card-based activation system. The board is divided into left, center, and right sections, with the cards determining in which section a player may issue orders to his troops.
This video caught some by surprise, because Watch It Played, a board game YouTube channel with more than A lot of people speculate that the company no longer cares for the game, but this might prove naysayers otherwise. Days of Wonder, perhaps to promote the newest expansion New Flight Plan, decided to sponsor the video despite the details of the sponsorship being somewhat hidden. I also think he did a great job showing the contents of the expansions. Most of the content out there is so old that any videos or photos of the contents the miniatures, hex tiles, etc… are low resolution.