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Sopwith is a game of World War I aerial combat. Players engage each other in combat and try to out-think each other. When a plane's damage reaches a critical level it is shot down. Planes can also leave the game by flying off the board. The winner is the player who has the skies to themselves. The postal rules are available here.
Sopwith game references are assigned from a central register maintained by the Sopwith Statistician. I am the current statistician. For more information on this, see the general Sopwith pages.
|Sopwith T-353-FW||Michael Graystone|
|Sopwith T-340-FW||Michael Graystone|
|Sopwith T-279-FW||Peter Berlin|
|Sopwith T-262-FW||Stephen Webb|
|Sopwith T-250-FW||Tony Dickinson
|Sopwith T-245-FW||Tony Dickinson
|Sopwith T-234-UB||Gery McLaughlin
|Sopwith T-229-UB||Rob Cullender|
Sopwith was designed by David Dyer and published by Gametime Games and The Gamer.
|© Keith Thomasson June 7th 2013|