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.
Archive for March, 2008
February 27, 2008 (Renton, Wash.) –
Wizards of the Coast is celebrating Avalon Hill’s 50 years of great conquests in strategy gaming with a line-up that has fans excited like
never before. Avalon Hill is bringing back two classic titles in DIPLOMACY and ACQUIRE to start off the year, and the season will
wrap-up with an Anniversary Edition of AXIS & ALLIES® that every fan will want to have.
Greetings AA Gamers,
It is my pleasure to bring you the latest and greatest information regarding the 2008 Spring Gathering VI in
Cincinnati, Ohio (SGVI). The dates have been confirmed, April 11 & 12, the Smoreyswamp is up and registration is now open. Please note a
few big, BIG changes this year. The biggest of all is that we will be having scheduled events i.e. (demos, casual play and a few tournaments)
that one can register for. Please note that all these events are subject to availability.
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:
For the early US turns a lot is going to depend on your overall Allied strategy and what the UK is doing. To start the game the US doesn’t have much to do in terms of combat but you want to make sure you buy the right units and start to move your forces into a more useful position.
In order to go through some of Japan’s basic moves I’m going to have to make some assumptions since there are quite a lot of variations they can see due to the play out of R1 thru UK 1. So I’ll assume any bid went to Germany, Russia attacked some combination of Wrus, Belo or Ukr, Germany took Egy, cleared out the Med of all Allied ships, and countered what it could in Europe, while the UK landed in Alg, countered Egy (or setup up an Afr counter in Rd 2).