Car Wars is a vehicle combat simulation game developed by Steve Jackson Games . It was first published in 1980 . [1] Players control armed vehicles in a post-apocalyptic future.

In Car Wars , players assume control of one or more cars or other powered vehicle, from motorcycles to semi trucks . [2] Optional rules include piloting helicopters , ultralights , balloons , boats , submarines and tanks . The vehicles are typically outfitted with weapons (such as missiles and machine guns ), souped-up components (like heavy-duty fire-proof wheels, and nitro injectors ), and defensive elements ( armor plating and radar tracking systems). Within any number of settings, the players then direct their vehicles in combat.

The published games use cardstock counters to represent vehicles in a simulated battle upon printed battlemaps. While the game rules allow for any scale, most editions of the game were published to use a 1-inch = 15-feet scale ( 1:180 scale ), although the Fifth Edition switched to 1-inch = 5-feet ( 1:60 scale ). At this larger scale, players can use miniature toy vehicles such as Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, S gauge model railroading scenery, or 28mm-30mm scale wargaming miniatures. Some play at yet other scales by using toys such as Micro Machines , or even 1/25th scale models in the game. [ citation needed ]

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Car Wars is a vehicle combat simulation game developed by Steve Jackson Games . It was first published in 1980 . [1] Players control armed vehicles in a post-apocalyptic future.

In Car Wars , players assume control of one or more cars or other powered vehicle, from motorcycles to semi trucks . [2] Optional rules include piloting helicopters , ultralights , balloons , boats , submarines and tanks . The vehicles are typically outfitted with weapons (such as missiles and machine guns ), souped-up components (like heavy-duty fire-proof wheels, and nitro injectors ), and defensive elements ( armor plating and radar tracking systems). Within any number of settings, the players then direct their vehicles in combat.

The published games use cardstock counters to represent vehicles in a simulated battle upon printed battlemaps. While the game rules allow for any scale, most editions of the game were published to use a 1-inch = 15-feet scale ( 1:180 scale ), although the Fifth Edition switched to 1-inch = 5-feet ( 1:60 scale ). At this larger scale, players can use miniature toy vehicles such as Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, S gauge model railroading scenery, or 28mm-30mm scale wargaming miniatures. Some play at yet other scales by using toys such as Micro Machines , or even 1/25th scale models in the game. [ citation needed ]

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Car Wars is a vehicle combat simulation game developed by Steve Jackson Games . It was first published in 1980 . [1] Players control armed vehicles in a post-apocalyptic future.

In Car Wars , players assume control of one or more cars or other powered vehicle, from motorcycles to semi trucks . [2] Optional rules include piloting helicopters , ultralights , balloons , boats , submarines and tanks . The vehicles are typically outfitted with weapons (such as missiles and machine guns ), souped-up components (like heavy-duty fire-proof wheels, and nitro injectors ), and defensive elements ( armor plating and radar tracking systems). Within any number of settings, the players then direct their vehicles in combat.

The published games use cardstock counters to represent vehicles in a simulated battle upon printed battlemaps. While the game rules allow for any scale, most editions of the game were published to use a 1-inch = 15-feet scale ( 1:180 scale ), although the Fifth Edition switched to 1-inch = 5-feet ( 1:60 scale ). At this larger scale, players can use miniature toy vehicles such as Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, S gauge model railroading scenery, or 28mm-30mm scale wargaming miniatures. Some play at yet other scales by using toys such as Micro Machines , or even 1/25th scale models in the game. [ citation needed ]

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