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1960: Making Of A President   (View Game)
   Ken B.

Another winner from the Twilight Struggle team. The gameplay is not as varied or complex, but it is a nice, lighter version of their card-driven system, and it focuses on one of the most interesting elections in US History. I learned quite a bit while playing it.

1960: Making Of A President   (View Game)
   A.J. Sansom
This game cannot be beat if you (or someone you play games with) is a history buff (particularly, a US history buff). Beyond that, I (as someone who is not a history buff) enjoy the game just because of the back-and-forth of the overall election. Very unique and entertaining game.

1960: Making Of A President   (View Game)
This game is great for middle and high school students. It really engages them, but at the same time they are learning about history and our presidents. I even used it to turn into a book report later about any president the student chose.


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