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World at War, Issue #50 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #50 - Game Only
Price: $53.00

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Zhukov’s War
covers the pivotal middle period of the titanic struggle between Hitler's Germany and Stalin's USSR, from July 1942 - July 1943. Strategic options abound for both players; victory goes to the one best able to carry out the chosen strategy, while maintaining a reserve to contain sudden enemy action or exploit an opportunity.
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World at War, Issue #67 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #67 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

The Battle of Changsha is a two player, operational level game of the second (September to October 1941) battle for Changsha, China, capital of the Hunan Province. The first Battle of Changsha had been fought in 1939 as part of the Second Sino-Japanese War and resulted in Changsha being the first Chinese city to successfully repel the Japanese advance. The second battle in 1941, resulted in the city being captured (after most of it was destroyed in a fire) by the Japanese, and then being recaptured by the Chinese 9th Army Group commanded by Gen. Xue Yue.

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World at War, Issue #63 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #63 - Game Only
Price: $33.00

The Central Pacific Campaign is a solitaire, strategic-level wargame of the struggle for control of the Central Pacific during World War II. The solitaire player is commanding the US forces and the system controls the Japanese forces. The player wins by accomplishing historic campaign milestones ahead of what was done historically, thereby opening the way for an earlier invasion of Okinawa or Formosa. more info
World at War, Issue #60 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #60 - Game Only
Price: $33.00

Eisenhower’s War (EW) is a two-player wargame covering the final 11 months of World War II in northwest Europe, from D-Day through the end of April 1945, when the Anglo-Allied campaign in the west effectively came to its end. The game is also easily adaptable for solitaire play. The political boundaries shown on the map are those drawn by Hitler prior to his downfall. more info
World at War, Issue #53 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #53 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

Strike & Counterstrike (SCS) is purpose-designed solitaire wargame that covers the Soviet counteroffensive against German Army Group Center (AGC) from early December 1941 to the end of April 1942. The single player actively commands the Soviet forces, while the rules system directs him in the deployment of the opposing German force. The player wins with the Soviets by seizing control of key territorial objectives. Games may also end in draws or German victories. more info
World at War, Issue #48 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #48 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

Duel in the North: The Leningrad Campaign, Jun-Sep 1941. This design covers the campaign of Germany's Army Group North, from the border to Leningrad, during the first year of the war in the east. This game uses the same rules system as Sedan: The Decisive Battle for France, May 1940 (W24), Tobruk: Operation Crusader, Nov-Dec, 1941 (ST278) and Duel on the Steppe (ST285), albeit with some occasional modifications appropriate to the scale and theater portrayed. more info
World at War, Issue #46 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #46 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

Yamato Unleashed. US forces returned to the Philippines in October 1944. In a desperate attempt to halt the US landings, the remnants of the Japanese fleet sortied. While the last carriers, with only a few planes between them, drew off the massive US carrier strike force, a flotilla of Japanese battleships and cruisers descended on the American invasion fleet in Leyte Gulf. As the Japanese ships rounded the island of Samar, they ran into two task forces of US escort carriers. more info
World at War, Issue #42 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #42 - Game Only
Price: $29.00

Pacific Battles: Shanghai is a wargame series of several campaigns in the Pacific Theater of Operations in World War II. The system emphasizes the operational level of these campaigns, and deals with land and air operations. This is a two-player game. One player controls the Japanese, the other the Allies. Shanghai is the third game in the series. It covers the entire land-air campaign for that strategic Chinese city of Shanghai, August to November, 1937. more info
World at War, Issue #25 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #25 - Game Only
Price: $24.00

Keren: Bloody Anglo-Italian Battle for Eritrea, 1941.

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World at War, Issue #20 - Game Only
World at War, Issue #20 - Game Only
Price: $44.00 Double-sized game

Famous Divisions: Gross Deutschland Panzer
Famous Divisions: Gross Deutschland Panzer is a special edition game that includes two counter sheets (560 counters) and four maps (on two 34x22" sheets) of the various battlefields where the division fought. Combat units are individual companies featuring distinct vehicles and weapons, which are shown as icons along with the numeric representations of the capabilities of the vehicle or weapon portrayed. Play is therefore tactical in many respects: units have individual range values, different movement capabilities depending on type (wheeled, tracked or leg), and rules cover such things as demolishing bridges, pontoon bridges, weather, overrun, supply, infantry riding tanks, direct and ranged fire, artillery barrages, opportunity fire, night, fortifications (bunkers, trenches, mines, dragon’s teeth), engineers, armor recovery vehicles, airpower and anti-aircraft artillery.
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