A few weeks ago we announced that Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition was set to be re-released. Today we have some updates regarding the release date and the pieces included in the set.
One of the most popular versions of Axis & Allies is making a return to shelves in the Fall of 2017. We have some of the first details about the new release.
This guide includes the basic strategies for Axis and Allies in 1942, along with separate advice for every nation, and some common openings.
After I bought my copy of the Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition game [Amazon], I took a few moments to take some photos. So far my impression is that the game is huge and has a lot of high quality pieces and components. Read the rest of the story to view the rest of the photos. In some cases I put a deck of card in the picture so that you can get an idea of how big it really is.
The much awaited Axis & Allies 50th Anniversary Edition [Amazon] has been release today, November 18, 2008. This new game promises to be great with a huge map, new countries, hundreds of pieces, new units, and all the rules to go along with it. I was unable to acquire an advance copy but I will post photos online as soon as I have a copy of the game in hand. Stay tuned for another article. In the mean time, check out the links on the Avalon Hill site about Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition.
Avalon Hill and Wizards of the Coast have revealed more information about the upcoming new release of Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition. First off, the box art has been revealed, click the link to the left for a larger sample. The first thing I noticed was a return to the red Axis & Allies logo. The release date for this new edition is October 23, 2008 and will be solf for $100. That seems like a lot of money for an Axis & Allies game but you’ll be getting a lot of board game for your money. Continue reading the article for more details.