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D-Day at Peleliu
Price: 60.00

D-Day at Peleliu is a solitaire game simulating the amphibious invasion of Peleliu in the Palau Islands. The Marines assaulted with the primary goal of capturing the airstrip nestled amid jungle and overlooked by forbidding mountain terrain. Though Maj. Gen. William Rupertus, commander of the division, predicted a quick four-day victory, the battle was instead a two-month fight to the death against some 10,000 tenacious Japanese.
Leningrad (Reprint)
Price: 24.95

Leningrad recreates one of the most crucial campaigns of the Second World War, the northern wing of Operation Barbarossa in which German forces drive along the Baltic coast to take Leningrad and trap the Soviet fleet.
Atlantic Wall
Price: 240.00

ATLANTIC WALL is a grand-tactical simulation of that campaign. The counters represent almost every formation that participated at the company and battalion level. Infantry, armor, anti-tank, reconnaissance, engineer, assault gun, howitzer, rocket, parachute, ranger, commando, glider and headquarter units are fully represented.
RAF: Lion Computer Game (PC)
Price: 19.95

RAF: Lion puts you in control of British Fighter Command, responding to German raids. The game’s unique card system generates targets and forces, which may remain hidden until after you commit your squadrons. Your foe is no mindless system: the Luftwaffe has priorities and a strategy. Scenarios range from one raid day, taking an hour to complete, to the full campaign, playable in 12 hours.
D-Day at Omaha Beach Computer Game (PC)
Price: 24.95

D-Day at Omaha Beach recreates America’s most bloody and heroic day of World War II.  In this solitaire game from the designer of the solo classics RAF and Ambush, you control the forces of the US  1st and 29th Divisions landing under fire on the Normandy shore, and struggling desperately to establish a viable beachhead.  The game is also great for two players playing cooperatively, each controlling one US division.
RAF (Reprint)
Price: 80.00

A second printing of John Butterfield's award winning RAF update in which players can solo as the British or the Germans or can play head-to-head.
Wacht Am Rhein
Price: 160.00

WACHT am Rhein is a grand-tactical simulation of the Battle of the Bulge. The more than 2,380 counters represent every formation at company and battalion levels. The four maps are an accurate representation of the region. Compiled from 1944 German staff maps and 1943-44 1:50,000 US Army maps, they show all roads, trails and other types of terrain, along with all the towns and villages that became bastions of the American defense.

Players may use single maps for six smaller scenarios as well as using all four to play a campaign game.

Hurtgen: Hells Forest
Price: 120.00

Hurtgen: Hell’s Forest; the Battle for Aachen & the Siegfried Line is a prequel and addition to the Wacht am Rhein game. Hurtgen can be played alone or as part of expanded Wacht am Rhein scenarios. There are three scenarios representing each of the offensive periods of September, October and November.

Patton's 1st Victory: Tunisia
Price: 29.95

Patton’s First Victory is an introductory wargame, providing a simple, yet accurate, simulation of World War II’s Tunisian campaign and features four pages of rules that elegantly recreate the battles fought between Allied and Axis forces. Also includes a full computer version playable via internet or hot-seat.

Axis Empires: Totaler Krieg
Price: 120.00

Totaler Krieg:  Axis Empires. This third edition has been expanded even more, to give players more options to let them explore the critical pre-war period from 1937 to '39; and, most intriguingly, to link up with its new Pacific brother game Dai Senso: Axis Empires, for a look at all of WW2, in a way only the wild and unpredictable Krieg system can provide. What would have happened if the Republicans had won the Spanish Civil War? What if Germany and Russia hadn't signed their pact; if France had modernized its army instead of building the Maginot Line; if Japan had attacked Russia in 1941?