Category: Reviews

New and Unusual Pieces for Axis & Allies and Where to Find Them

New and Unusual Pieces for Axis & Allies and Where to Find Them

Contributor Will Henson reveals the best and most exciting places to find new pieces to populate your Axis & Allies game board.

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A Second Game of Axis & Allies WWI 1914

A Second Game of Axis & Allies WWI 1914

This report take a detailed tour of my second game of Axis & Allies WWI 1914 with unit purchases, a short recap, and a photo after each power’s turn.

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First Impressions of Axis & Allies WWI 1914

First Impressions of Axis & Allies WWI 1914

Read about two first impressions of the new Axis & Allies WWI 1914 game.

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Ikusa Review: The Return of Shogun

Ikusa Review: The Return of Shogun

When Axis & Allies was first released it was a part of the Milton-Bradley Gamemaster Series, which also included a game called Shogun. Ikusa, released in July 2011, is the second reprinting of Shogun.

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Field Marshal Combat Dice for Axis & Allies

Field Marshal Combat Dice for Axis & Allies

| November 14, 2008 | Reviews | 0 Comments

The folks at Field Marshall Games have created some great dice that are specifically themed for use with World War II board games. The dice fit in perfect with any Axis & Allies or other WWII game.

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D-Day Unit Reviews

D-Day Unit Reviews

| June 21, 2006 | Miniatures, Reviews | 0 Comments

This article reviews 45l units from the Axis & Allies Miniatures D-Day set. The review covers units from Canada, France, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Italy, and finally the obstacle pieces.

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Axis & Allies: D-Day Review

Axis & Allies: D-Day Review

| January 6, 2006 | Axis & Allies D-Day, Reviews | 0 Comments

Axis and Allies D-Day is the newest release of the acclaimed series originated by Master Game Designer Larry Harris. This time, unlike the other games in the series, this Addition spans not continents but 75 Miles of beaches and hedgerows representing the combat that took place from June 6, 1944 and beyond.

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