Chaos in Cairo

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Price: $ 10.95

File Type: pdf

File Size: 9 MB

Pages in main/rules file: 100

Game System: Goalsystem

Players: 2+

Designer(s): Lee Howard
Scott Pyle

demo: No demo available


Chaos in Cairo, the sequel to Chaos in Carpathia, is a set of fast-play rules based on the Goalsystem engine designed for skirmish-level miniatures gaming. The game pits two-fisted pulp adventurers against menacing supernatural creatures and their minion set against the backdrop of 1920’s Egypt.

The book contains four new warbands (Mummies, Archaeologists, Cultists and The Sons of Ra), six new scenarios, rules for vehicles and mounted models and new weapons, traits and combat maneuvers. Chaos in Cairo is a complete, stand-alone game and is compatible with Chaos in Carpathia, allowing players to mix and match warbands, weapons and scenarios from both books.

This version of Chaos in Cairo is the official 2nd edition. It is a completely re-done version of the game.


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Comments from customers
Reviewer Value Quality Overall Comments
William Covell 8 9 8 I had played Chaos in Carpathia before and thought Id give these a try. The game system is well thought through and easy enough to learn. We were up to speed with the game in only a couple of turns and the results were everything you could ask for
miguel dobbelaere 10 10 10
malcolm white 9 9 9
pierre picchi 10 10 10 Et les Français, si vous aimez le Pulp, Go, Go, Go
Pierre PICCHI 10 10 10 splendid nothing else
Pierre PICCHI 10 10 10 Perfect as always
Uwe Schumacher 9 10 9 Nice, pulpy skirmish rules, though not as universal as I hoped. But if you're looking for skirmishes à la "The Mummy", you won't find anything better.
Matthew Morrison 8 8 8 I've not yet played these rules, but I like what I've read so far.
Dafydd Gwynedd 9 9 9
steve rolfe 10 10 10 Great game! Great service!
jaime fabregat 10 9 10
patrick clapham 10 10 10 Fantastic quality for value. The Chaos / Goalsystem is user friendly and fun.

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