In this preview of Axis & Allies 1914, we provide a link for you to download the rule book in PDF format.
Author Archive: David Jensen
David Jensen has been operating Axis and Allies.org since 2000 and writing about Axis & Allies since 1997.
Contributor Will Henson reveals the best and most exciting places to find new pieces to populate your Axis & Allies game board.
After publishing the the 2013 Guide to Events, we received a few comments about other events that feature Axis & Allies games. Here’s a few more events that may be closer to you.
Each year Axis & Allies players from around the country gather at various conventions and conference to compete or just play for fun. This is your 2013 guide to these events.
In this preview of Axis & Allies WWI 1914, we reveal the specifics of the movement and combat phases of the game.
This preview of Axis & Allies features detailed photos of the map, box, trays, control markers, dice, chips, and all of the units.
Check out our 6 second Vine video of opening up the box for the new Axis & Allies WWI 1914 game.
The Russian Revolution started in 1917 during World War I and the new Axis & Allies 1914 game includes optional rules to represent this historical event.
For our next preview of Axis & Allies WWI 1914 we will cover the game setup, the political situation, order of play, and a few other details.
The release of Axis & Allies Pacific 1940 Second Edition and Axis & Allies Europe 1940 Second Edition include a few changes from the previous edition.
On September 18, 2012 the reprints of Europe 1940 and Pacific 1940 will be released as Axis & Allies Europe 1940 Second Edition and Axis & Allies Pacific 1940 Second Edition.
This time lapse video captures our first game of Axis & Allies 1942 Second Edition. Take a look at the video to find out player purchases and who won the game.
Axis & Allies 1942 Second Edition includes 410 units high quality plastic pieces. In this preview we take a look at the sculpts and the units’ abilities.