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2016-08-30 Published Expansion 6 Rules

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On top menu under "The Game" section you will now find "Expansion 6" with full details about:

Next you will also find the complete scenario list with all scenarios from CCN Exp#6 Epic Battles.

Expansion 6 Official Scenarios

Many thanks to GMT Games LLC and to Mr Tony Curtis (Production Coordinator) for granting us the permission to publish all these materials.

Also great thanks goes to Michael Dippel for updating Vassal module and for setting up all these scenarios on Vassal.

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Hi guys,

It looks like yesterday when I decided to group all C&C website under a single web domain (commandsandcolors.net)... but a full year has passed!

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