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Hastings 1066 AD

Hastings 1066AD is a wargame simulation of the battle fought in 1066AD to determine the future King of England. One player plays the Norman forces under William the Bastard, while the other plays the Saxon forces under King Harold.

Each turn simulates one hour of time, and each unit represents 300-350 infantrymen or Norman knights. One hex is about 50 meters across.


  • One 11x17” hard-mounted game map
  • One sheet of 88 5/8” game counters
  • Two six-sided die
  • Rulebook

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