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Free Zulu War Game. Day of the Spears: The Battle of Isandhlwana

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Free Zulu War Game. Day of the Spears: The Battle of Isandhlwana

Day of the Spears: The Battle of Isandhlwana

Click on gameboard. Scroll to bottom download game to desk-top. Extract files job done.

I have had a play quite good for a freeby.

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