Conflict simulation, peacebuilding, and development

Bandera: A Russo-Ukrainian conflict matrix game

The ever-mysterious Tim Price has put together yet another matrix game, this time on the most recent developments in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict

The package contains background materials, briefings, a map, counters, and basic instructions on how to play a matrix game. You can download it here:

A high-resolution version of the map can be downloaded here:

Permission is hereby granted to print copies of the game, counters and maps, for educational, professional, or recreational purposes, without restriction (provided you aren’t using them to plan an attack against a neighbouring country or annex part of its sovereign territory.)

2 responses to “Bandera: A Russo-Ukrainian conflict matrix game

  1. Dani 28/04/2021 at 8:04 am

    Thanks Tim Price :-) Your speed is astounding!!

    I think NATO should be specifically mentioned as an ‘Other global actor’ , might be helpful to add in
    a para about them in that player back brief, although it does briefly mention them in the background….I like that Covid is in there too. I think this player will have a fun time.

  2. David R 26/04/2021 at 9:31 am

    Great hats in these scenarios

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