Dieppe was a hex and counter wargame designed by Stephen Newberg and released by Simulations Canada in 1977. As the name implies, the game is a simulation of the Dieppe Raid, designed to be played by two players.

The rulebook consists of just over 6 pages of rules, as well as a page and a half of "historic notes" and a page of designer's notes. Historic(al) research was credited to Paul K. Smith, who wrote the notes.

The game was Simulation Canada's first to cover Canadian subject matter, according to the Designer's Notes.


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