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Alamo to Appomattox. A2A Campaign for North Africa (SPI) Advanced ETO (2nd edition)
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Alamo to Appomattox. A2A is a grand strategy game of the American Civil War in the style of Krieg! Maps of the Eastern and Western Theaters include terrain, Strategic Objectives, roads/rail, naval zones, navigable and non-navigable rivers, cities and locales, supply centers and other features affecting the game. Campaign for North Africa (SPI). There is no paperwork or data tracking in the remake of the SPI classic; streamlined but realistic procedures allow the realistic portrayal of unit assignment and supply expenditure. Advanced ETO (2nd edition) will be a thorough update of the popular AETO, with new updated graphics and artwork!
Alamein Austerlitz, 2 December 1805 Cobra Ziplock (Strategy & Tactics #251)
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Alamein (1 Jul- 11 Nov 42). Rommel’s DAK is checked and then defeated in a series of battles. But the Axis forces might have broken through and continued on to Alexandria, Cairo, and the Suez Canal. Austerlitz, 2 December 1805 . Napoleon's most decisive victory was brought about by a successful French deception causing the Coalition armies to overextend their lines. This game would recreate the uncertainty faced by both sides with variable deployment, hidden entry, and optional orders of battle. Cobra (Strategy & Tactics #251).

This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has two maps.

Est. Retail: $50 (Est. Pledge $40).
Drive on Moscow Ziplock (Strategy & Tactics #244) East India Company First World War
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Drive on Moscow (Strategy & Tactics #244).

This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has two maps.

Est. Retail: $50 (Est. Pledge $40).
East India Company. Two to six players compete to create the greatest company as they set sail across an 18th century global map. Opportunities abound to discover new goods and products, set up trading networks, and reap the profits of trade. First World War. An update of the SPI classic.
Free Mars (SPI) Hardest Days Ziplock (World at War #19) Imperium Romanum 3
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Free Mars (SPI). From the colonies of Mars to the orbital stations of Earth and to the outposts on Jupiter, the cry is heard, Free Mars! is a science fiction wargame of revolt across the Solar System in the late 21st century. Earth’s colonies are rising up against an oppressive Terran Federation. The system is based on SPI’s Battlefleet Mars, but with additional forces and units representing several types of spaceships, ground units and special forces. Hardest Days (World at War #19)

This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has one map.

Est. Retail: $30 (Est. Pledge $25).
Imperium Romanum 3. An update of the West End classic led by Al Nofi (the original designer).
Iwo Jima Lucky Forward: Patton’s Third Army in Lorraine Olympic & Coronet Ziplock (World at War #27)
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Iwo Jima.Two-plus USMC divisions drive to clear the volcanic island. Smaller scenarios for Mount Suribachi and the Amphitheater would be included. Rules for Japanese banzai charges and the tunnel network would be created to show the nature of fighting on this volcanic island. Lucky Forward: Patton’s Third Army in Lorraine (6 Sep-13 Dec 1944). This game would present 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 would all be here. Olympic & Coronet (World at War #27). This was an update of the S&T classic solitaire game of the intended invasion of the southern Japanese island of Kyushu. The Japanese OOB as well as the island topography were updated to be more accurate and provide players with more of a historical challenge than the original game.
Operation Mars Quatre-Bras, 16 June 1815 South Seas Campaign Ziplock (World at War #18)
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Operation Mars (25 Nov-20 Dec 1942). Zhukov’s Grand offensive to destroy the German 9th Army still at the gates of Moscow. It would encompass the battles centered around Rzhev. Smaller scenarios would depict the offensive on both the western and eastern sides of the Rzhev Salient, while the larger campaign scenarios would show the operation in a larger scope using multiple maps. Quatre-Bras, 16 June 1815 . Two days before Waterloo, the French left wing under Mashal Ney encountered Wellington's army at the crossroads of Quatre Bras. Unknown to Ney, he faced only a thin line of troops as the bulk of Wellington's army raced to the front. Uncertainty, compounded by conflicting orders from Napoleon, delayed the French advance for several critical hours. South Seas Campaign (World at War #18)

This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has one map.

Est. Retail: $30 (Est. Pledge $25).
Stalingrad Onslaught Star Force Alpha Centauri The Wandering of the Peoples – The Voelkerwanderung
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Stalingrad. This would be the city fight at a battalion level with scenarios for the initial rush, the fight for Tractor Factory, and a campaign scenario. Star Force Alpha Centauri covers the initial human penetration into interstellar space, with the map showing the local group of stars in three dimensions. This will have several different races of sentient beings, each with their own psychology, reflected in different capabilities and objectives. The Wandering of the Peoples – The Voelkerwanderung. This is Euro-style game set in the mid-5th century AD. the map covers the Western Roman Empire from the Rhine and Danube River lines west to Latetia (modern-day Paris) and south to Rome. Each chief attempts to win by being the first to lead one of his tribes into the heart of the empire, the fabulous city of Rome.
US Carrier Battlegroup Ziplock (Modern War #14) War in Europe Westward Ho!
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US Carrier Battlegroup (Modern War #14).

This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has one map.

Est. Retail: $30 (Est. Pledge $25).
War in Europe. A thorough update of the ground system to better simulate the blitzkrieg in the west, operations on the Eastern front, and the unique situation in North Africa along with enhancements to the air and naval systems to improve simulation value. Westward Ho! 2-6 players take the role of powerbrokers building the American west, from 1848 through 1881. In each turn players move pioneers into new territories, build railroads and rake off profits from new industries.
Barbaria Frankia Bleeding Kansas
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Barbaria. This is an historical game for four players. Each of the six Rounds represents a very long period of European medieval history, on average more than a century. The game begins with the successful barbarian invasions of the West Roman Empire, and ends with the Mongol invasions cut short by the death of the Great Kahn. This game uses a simplified and shortened version of the systems developed for the game Britannia. Each turn, the player moves and attacks with new factions in an effort to score points by achieving that faction’s goals. Frankia. This is an historical game for three or four players. Each of the eight Rounds represents a long period of northwestern European medieval history, from 20 to 75 years. This game uses a simplified and shortened version of the systems developed for the game Britannia. Each turn, the player moves and attacks with new factions in an effort to score points by achieving that faction’s goals. Bleeding Kansas refers to a period of territorial violence that occurred in Kansas between 1856 and the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. Historians consider the struggle between pro and antislavery forces to be the crucial conflict that led to the Civil War.
Company Clash Banana Wars Rails to Victory
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Company Clash is a deck-building game representing the clash between two historical Civil War companies on the fringe of a greater battle. The game pits a Union and Confederate company against each other across a battle mat where two hands are drawn and committed simultaneously. Banana Wars (1898-1935). US intervention in Latin-America involved the US Marine Corps, Army and Navy. Caribbean nations were invaded, occupied, and sometimes native politicians deposed. Battles with native rebels were frequent. Protecting and promoting economic concerns lay at the root of US military intervention. Rails to Victory. Take charge of America’s World War II struggle to run its railroads so as to win the war most quickly and efficiently. Players vie to build a rail system that can move the most men, weapons and supplies needed for the Allies to win in the European and Pacific Theaters of Operations.