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Sometimes all a game really needs is a good Undo button. Wargames can be intricate things, full of edge-case rules and surprising mechanics – how do bridges work, again? Can this unit attack after moving? The complications are myriad. The power to take back an accidental click, avoid a misunderstood mechanic, or dodge a dodgy combat resolution is powerful. Euphoric, even.

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