Conflict (board game)
Conflict is a military board game that was produced by Parker Brothers from about 1940 to about 1972. It had a large board divided into many small squares. The board was 24 squares by 24 squares. The squares representing land were colored two shades of brown. The squares representing the sea were colored two shades of blue. Artillery pieces could travel on land, ships on the sea, and airplanes over land or sea. The pieces (made of metal) were various colors (red, orange, sea green, and yellow) so that up to four people could play. Each person started by putting their pieces on one of the four corners of the board. The number of squares the pieces could move were determined by the roll of the dice.
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