- Fast moving, non-turn based WWII strategy game with flairs of civilization games.
- A diplomatic game set in summer 1941 just before Nazi Germany launched Barbarossa.
- Five world powers include: Empires (British and western European countries), Axis (Germany, Italy and Japan), Soviet Union, United States, and the South (congruent of independent and colonial states).
- Military units include armies, fleets and convoys.
- Resources include oil, gold, production capacity and factory.
- Technology race includes standardization, mass production and fire power.
- Made in Germany
- 5 x 50 cm board (34 x 19.7 in) with 42 lands, 3 terrains and 10 tracking systems.
- Over 400 playing pieces.
- Rulebook – players can learn one dimension at a time to build up to a full five-dimension game.
- We ship to Continental US for $9.99
- Pay only one shipping price when purchasing multiple products
- Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and Europe will be available soon.
Moral Conflict is an innovative blend of civilization game and war game for novice strategy games players. Players can compete or cooperate in Moral Conflict strategy board game as you develop your world power during the Second World War period. While diplomacy and negotiation may take the center stage in the game play, you develop strategies and tactics leveraging of your military power and the resources your lands produce. You can also invest wisely and timely in advance technology to leapfrog your opponents all while guarding your position on the path of the heart!
Moral Conflict is more than a war game, noted Brian Colon, an IT consultant in Texas, “You are leading a whole country; not just an army!” As the head of the state, you make mission critical and influential decisions. Alan George of California agrees. “I’ve been playing war games from Avalon Hill and Strategy and Tactics since I was a teenager. Moral Conflict has been a great game now to share and to teach my son history and that decision makers sometimes have to think outside of the box.”
Moral Conflict Strategy game presents a unique blend of diplomacy, war game and civilization game for strategy board game player of the 21st century.
Learn To Play
Moral Conflict is not for the faint hearted! Learning to play Moral Conflict games is more than knowing the rules and the mechanism of the game play. There are a lot of negotiation and decisions you will be making as you lead your power to succeed. The military dimension has the most detail rules, so get familiar with them first. As you learn the rules for the rest of the dimensions, you will learn to integrate them in your strategy.