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These sound interesting, and maybe something I have packed away
somewhere. Can you be more specific about the games?
Is the Star/Space Empire game the old TSR booklet "game"? It was >essentially a set of ideas for a strategic-level science fiction campaign >game, but as I recall, not really a comprehensive game as it stood.
I also recall a somewhat similar, amateurly produced (not meant in the >perjorative sense) game with the word "Centurion" in it, but I think the >first word was "Space". There were several editions, each marked with a >roman numeral; I think it might have gotten up to IV. Again, more of a >collection of ideas, particularly weapon systems, than a coherent game.
Both of these were from the mid to late '70s, which helps explain my foggy >recollection of them.
THATS THE ONE!!!! the one ... this is how my friend describes it...
"Star ( It may be 'Space') Centurions X ( the # may be off ) appeared in Spartan game mag in the early 70's. It was a complete space campaign system for either face to face or pbm. At the time it appeared in the mag it was
in its X (?)'th incarnation. The last I heard of the game was in the early 80's it was up to a version in the mid XX's..."
Id really like to get my hands on a copy... even a photo copy... any clue where i might get one?
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On Monday, September 1, 1997 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, JDS wrote:
Id really like to get my hands on a copy... even a photo copy... any clue >>where i might get one?The Game was Space Centurions V" by Ivan Travicek.
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