Bunnies P. Wrath has written this guide for intermediate to advanced players of the Spring 1942 edition of Axis and Allies, released in 2009.
Welcome Comrade! Here you will find a guide to understand the Soviet Union (USSR)’s position and role in the game.
In this final article of this series, Bunnies goes on to define strategy as it applies to Axis and Allies Spring 1942.
In this article, Bunnies defines then describes tactics as they apply to Axis and Allies Spring 1942.
In this article, Bunnies writes about common mistakes players make when thinking about probability as it applies to Axis and Allies Spring 1942.
In this article, Bunnies writes about how combat results can be evaluated as a nice neat number, but cautions the reader that there’s a lot more to understanding gameplay than looking at such numbers.
Part 1 of this series on A&A Spring 1942 focus unit properties. In subsequent articles, we will move on to calculation methods for assessing combat results, comments on probability, tactics, then strategy.
The official release date for Axis & Allies 1942 is set for Tuesday, August 18, 2009, which is only 17 days from now. It is also rumored that it will be available for sale during the GenCon gaming convention in Indianapolis.
It has also come to our attention that a copy of Axis & Allies 1942 has been reviewed and photographed and the details have been posted to Board Game Geek. See the links and sample photos below.
Members of Axis & Allies recently uncovered that Avalon Hill will be releasing a new version of Axis & Allies in August 2009. The details are few and are limited to an article at Previews. The name of the new game will be Axis & Allies 1942 Edition and will retail for $35. The image to the right was also found on the previews article and look remarkably similar to the Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition box cover.