Tactical Assault Group (game)

Play-by-mail strategy game
Tactical Assault Group
PublishersQuest Games, Inc.
Years active1987 to unknown
Genresstrategy, play-by-mail 22
LanguagesEnglish
Players20–60
Materials requiredInstructions, order sheets, turn results, paper, pencil, computer
Media typePlay-by-mail or email
Websitehttp://www.kjcgames.com/quest/quest.htm

Tactical Assault Group is a closed-ended, computer-moderated, role-playing strategy play-by-mail (PBM) game. The game was set in the future. There were 20–60 players per game in a seven-story building, who operated in Tactical Assault Groups.

History and development

Tactical Assault Group was available for play in 1987.[1] It was a closed-ended, computer-moderated, strategy play-by-mail game.[1][2] It allowed 20–60 players to negotiate a seven-story building during gameplay.[2]

Gameplay

Tactical Assault Group was set in the future where players hunted opponents with the goal of being the lone survivor.[1] Players had to also avoid assassins.[3]

Reception

David Webber, the editor of Paper Mayhem, reviewed the article in a 1987 issue of the magazine. He stated that it was a simple as well as a "good and challenging game".[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Webber 1987. p. 28.
  2. ^ a b Webber 1987. p. 39.
  3. ^ a b Webber 1987. p. 32.

Bibliography

  • Webber, David (May–June 1987). "An Introduction to Tactical Assault Group". Paper Mayhem. No. 24. p. 28.
  • Webber, David (July–August 1987). "More on Tactical Assault Group". Paper Mayhem. No. 25. pp. 32–33.
  • Webber, David (1987). "Tactical Assault Group". Space Gamer. No. 81. pp. 39–41. Retrieved 22 September 2022.