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D-Day Quad
D-Day Quad
Price: $65.00

The D-Day Quad uses the Fire & Movement system, designed to highlight the ability of motorized units to mass quickly for breakthrough and exploitation. Support fire, representing weapons ranging from mortars through cannon and light ground attack aircraft to heavy bombers, provides the extra punch to overwhelm a defense or shatter an attack. Winning the battle is a matter of maneuver, firepower, and asset management.
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D-Day Quad Kit
D-Day Quad Kit
Price: $25.00

This is an update kit for the D-Day Folios. This is NOT the full game! It only includes the following contents.

Contents:

  • One 34×22 inch mounted game board
  • Color Rules Booklet
  • Player Aid Card
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D-Day at Omaha Beach (4th Printing)
D-Day at Omaha Beach (4th Printing)
Price: $85.00

D-Day at Omaha Beach (4th Printing) 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.
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Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign
Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign
Price: $220.00

Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign This GOSS series game presents Third Army’s Fall 1944 offensive to just before the Germans launch their Ardennes Offensive further north. The battles of Metz, Fort Driant, and the German counteroffensive attempt against Patton using the new German Panzer Brigades are included. Smaller scenarios allow players to game smaller periods of time in each of the four months making up the campaign. Variant counters are included for an optional airborne operation. more info
GOSS 2020 Updated Player Aid Cards Kit
GOSS 2020 Updated Player Aid Cards Kit
Price: $5.00

FREE shipping with any regular boxed game purchase (needs to be at least a 9”x12”x1" game or larger to fit (can’t be a zip-lock, folio or mini-game as the GOSS charts would potentially end up with corner or side crumples).

GOSS 2020 Updated Player Aid Cards Kit

Includes:

  • PAC 3: GA Procedures & Ground Assault Tables on front, UTC on back (11 x 17, folded).
  • PAC 6: Sequence of Play
  • PAC 7: Air Operation Procedures
  • PAC 8: Logistic Procedures
  • PAC 9: FS Mission Procedures
  • PAC 10: Movement and Stacking
  • PAC 11: Command and GenS Procedure
  • PAC 12: Modes and Construction Procedures
  • PAC 14: Ground Assault Resolution Procedures.
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RAF Deluxe Edition
RAF Deluxe Edition
Price: $120.00

A third printing of John Butterfield's award winning RAF update with a two-sided mounted game board in a 3-inch box.

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RAF Deluxe Edition Kit
RAF Deluxe Edition Kit
Price: $48.00

This is an update kit for RAF Deluxe Edition box game. This is NOT the full game! It only includes the following contents.

Contents:

  • Double sided mounted board
  • 3 Color Rule Booklets
  • 4 double sided PACs
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Desert Fox Deluxe
Desert Fox Deluxe
Price: $105.00

Desert Fox Deluxe covers the campaign from the Italian invasion of Egypt in 1940 to the final clearance of Africa in 1943. One player commands the Axis forces, the other the Allies. The Axis seeks to maintain a presence in North Africa while the Allies fight to eliminate it. Six maps cover the battlefields from Algiers to Alexandria at 10 miles to the hex. Each turn represents one month of real time. Combat units are regiments or brigades, with some divisions and specialist battalions.
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Desert Fox Deluxe Event Cards
Desert Fox Deluxe Event Cards
Price: $25.00

48 event display cards for the Desert Fox Game.
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Bleeding Kansas
Bleeding Kansas
Price: $69.00

Bleeding Kansas is a two-player game portraying the politics and violence in pre-statehood Kansas. The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 gave new territories the right to “popular sovereignty,” allowing residents to choose whether or not to allow slavery. Within months the stream of settlers to Kansas was swelled by parties of sponsored abolitionists and pro-slavers, all more intent on fighting one another than building a new state. Bushwhacks and gun battles punctuated maneuvers by rival legislatures elected through massive fraud. It would not die out entirely until statehood in January 1861. The new state’s senators swung the US Senate irretrievably against the South, ensuring the continuation of secession started by the election of Abraham Lincoln.
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