I have fond memories of day-long battle with my friends, usually ending in a nuclear winter that meant we all lost.
I had not thought about this game in years, but I ran across a reference to it on Ebay while looking at games.
“Supremacy” was far from perfect. The base game had a resource market that fluctuated wildly, a far, far too easy way for everyone to lose (nuclear winter) and heaven help you if you used the supplements for the game. The supplements made the game virtually unplayable without serious house-rule modifications. All that aside, it was a blast to play.
Sadly, the company that created it and its creator have both dropped off the grid and have not been heard from in years. There is an online version , but I do not think it will be the same. I really liked seeing those little black mushroom cloud miniatures pop-up over my enemy’s capitol.
I wish I kept my copy, but it disappeared from one of my many college apartments. I see some on Ebay and I am sorely tempted.
Is there anyone else out there that remembers this bit of board game history?