Right now until July 11, 2016 Massdrop is offering a great price on Axis & Allies 1914. The price is currently $54.99 but could get as low as $48.99! MSRP of this game is $98.99 and is usually sold for about $70 on the internet.
Category: Axis & Allies Miniatures
If you want to be suprised, then don’t read this article. The following is a spoiler list of the units that will be in the upcoming Axis & Allies Miniatures Northa Africa: 1940 – 1943 set, which will be released on March 28, 2008. If you interested in the official peviews, then you can visit the Avalon Hill site with the following 6 links to the Opening Salvo previews, otherwise scroll past the links for the complete list:
Avalon Hill is in full gear promoting the upcoming Axis & Allies Miniatures North Africa 1940 – 1943 expansion set.
Avalon Hill has started a series of strategy guides for Axis & Allies Guadalcanal. Part 1 of this series was released a few weeks ago and goes over some of the basic mechanics of the game and some of the obvious options that you have in the game. It’s a quick read so take a look and discuss it in the forums.
Avalon Hill released a preview of two new units from the upcoming Axis & Allies Miniatures: 1929 – 1944 set. If you didn’t already know, this set will contain some pieces from previous sets, new pieces using previous models, and new stats for existing pieces.
Avalon Hill has made an important change to the Axis & Allies Miniatures game. The SS-Panzergrenadier and the U.S. Ranger will now cost 7.
Several weeks ago Avalon Hill made the exciting announcement of the Axis & Allies Campaign Game and the first installment is now ready. The idea behind the campaign game is to get players from all over the world to participate in a massive Axis & Allies miniatures game.
A few days ago Avalon Hill released the latest of the Expert Rules for Axis and Allies Miniatures. These rules add on to the Expert rules previously posted to the Avalon Hill site. The new update includes platoons, single nationality armies, new maps, new stacking limits, and 200 to 400 point battles.
The Historical House Rules (HHR) for Axis & Allies Miniatures has been updated to include new rules and stats for all of the units included in the A&A Miniatures Reserves set.
The following article is a Axis & Allies Miniatures Scenario created by General Blitzkrieg for "The War College" Axis & Allies Miniatures Gaming League. The scenario is in PDF format and can be downloaded from this article.
The Historical House Rules (HHR) are a set of rules that aim to fix certain aspects of the game to make it more historical. These rules have been developed over the past year by a team of players on the Avalon Hill forums.
The much awaited Axis & Allies Miniatures Reserves will be released this Friday, November 10, 2006. This set promises to be interesting by including more units from the minor countries and adding a new country, Hungary. Reserves includes interesting units such as the Fallschirmjager German paratrooper, F4U Corsair, and support units like the ammo dump and the fuel depot.
This week’s preview of Axis & Allies Miniatures: D-Day is now up on the Avalon Hill website. This week’s stat cards are for the Russian SU-76M and the German Sandbagged Machine-Gun Team. This week we also also introduced to a new game mechanic: Heroes.