HBG asking for feedback on new GW1936 pieces. Looks like a general set which will have units that apply to the Axis, Allies and neutrals.
HBG Facebook Post
From the link:
***Which pieces would you like to see in a Generic Mold for Global War 1936? It would be similar to last mold, unique piece done in all major colors.
1-Battlecruiser (Scharnhorst) GERMANY
1-Heavy Battleship (Montana) USA
1-Heavy Carrier (Malta) UK
2-Jet (F-86) USA
2-Attack Transport (Haskell Class) USA
2-Torpedo Bomber (Devastator) USA
1-Heavy Bomber (B-29) USA
1-Hybrid BB/CV (Ise) JAPAN
1-Coastal Defense Ship (Norge) Norway
1-Airship (ZRS-4) USA
1-Recon/Seaplane Aircraft (PBY) USA
2-Colonial Infantry (French)
2-Heavy Artillery (M1931 203mm) Russia
1-Advanced Submarine (Nautilus) USA
Please list your ideas and needs for GW1936.***
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Does anyone Know whats going on at FMG. I have an order that has disappeared into the ether and they are not responding to emails.Â
The most neutral thing I can say from everything I’ve learned is that FMG does not communicate with their customers… sorry for your experience.
If you have ordered and received your copy of Conflict & Chaos: Vietnam 1965 and it did not come with damage counters and would like some, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and mailing address. It appears some went out without counters.
HOWEVER, if you can get away with not having them (for example, using your A&A red plastic counters) it would be appreciated as sending a set of 15 damage counters actually costs more than the profits on each sale of this game.
I also need to note that the quantities of parts in currently supplied copies of this game are off slightly in the rule book. There should be;
15 Damage Counters (not 28)
10 AA Guns (not 12)
14 Covert Placement tokens (not 16)
And the unit tokens should be listed as sold separately
I still have several sets of the 22 updated BBR cards, if you have an older version of the 90 card BBR card deck, and want to update your deck to 3.0 without having to reorder the entire deck from MakePlayingCards.com
Available in both the regular size ($6) and jumbo size ($12).
Add $4 to total for shipping
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As posted in “Other Games”;
The full box version of The Battle of France 1940 (Revised) is available to order now through The Game Crafter Print on Demand services.
The Game Crafter is a Print on Demand board game service located in the US. They will take your order, print/manufacture and assemble the product and ship it to you directly.
Number of Players: 2 to 3
For Ages: 14+
Playing Time: 90-120 min
Boxed Game: US $49.99
Digital Files Only: US $4.99
Box Dimensions: 235x300x50mm
Contents (full box version)
Game Map (18 x 27 inch/460x865mm, 6 fold board)
Game Round Marker (red 15mm wood cube)
Combat Cards (18) (4 French, 4 German, 4 British, 6 ‘General’)
6 sided dice (6) (3 red, 3 black, 16mm acrylic with standard white pips)
Player Power Chits (15 France, 15 Britain, 15 Germany) (18mm round cardboard tokens)
Cloth Draw Bag
Box (front and sides printed)
Combat Unit Miniatures (French, British and German pieces).
DIGITAL FILES ONLY VERSION also available
The DIGITAL FILES (PDF) Version is available to order through The Game Crafter for us$4.99 (no waiting period, just purchase and download the files to be printed however/wherever you wish).
You can download the rules and keep up to date on the release or any other major changes/announcements at our website : https://iwillnevergrowup.com/publishing/battle-of-france-1940-redux/
I don’t know how much you’re willing to pay, but if you can find it for its original price ($50) then you are doing well. I know of two places to look: BoardGameGeek (BGG) and eBay.
As of today (20200919):
BoardGameGeek has two available, $150 in the US, Euro 85 in France.
eBay has one available, $190 in the US.
I hope that helps.
@Midnight_Reaper Hello good sir… I am not able to get into my BGG mail, so please let me know in here once you have been at the postoffice to check for the shipping price of the French/China sheets we have talked about
Thank you in advance
I have some items for trade or sale:
Axis and Allies Global 1940 second edition mapboards
Axis and Allies Revised (2004) mapboard
Axis and Allies Classic all pieces and parts minus the rulebook
Tons of pieces and/or parts from most Axis and Allies games, let me know what you’re looking for and I’ll let you know if I have it.
I have a Table Tactics banner and a few TT pieces for trade as well.
I’m seeking Xeno Games pieces, especially ORANGE pieces. I’m interested in a few old Avalon Hill games like Bismarck, Victory in the Pacific, Hitler’s War, Blitzkrieg.
I prefer trades but can also sell, shipping US only. Thanks!
My large collection of Axis & Allies Miniatures (the land/air ones not naval) and my collection of Angels 20 Air Force Minis are all for sale at a steal.
I haven’t cataloged my collection so it’s a bit of a grab bag situation, however, I have not sold nor traded any pieces so it is the same distribution of rares and commons that you would see in the booster. There are also some opened and unopened boosters. Take a look at the photos to get an idea.
Air Force Miniatures $20 + shipping
If you’re a patron of the site, then you get it for only $15 + shipping
Axis & Allies Miniatures $125 + shipping
If you’re a patron of the site, then you get it for only $100 + shipping
This will ship in 2 boxes. I couldn’t find a box large enough for everything. Yes, it include the tackle boxes that hold some of the pieces.
@Midnight_Reaper said in 20 Years of Axis & Allies .org:
@CWO-Marc As for what we did and did not have back in 2000, I made a small chart
Great chart, Midnight Reaper; it brings back lots of memories. A further point to note is that, in Classic, only the infantry sculpt was nation-specific and was based on authentic WWII designs; the equipment sculpts started following the same design principle with Europe / Pacific / Revised, though it took a long while to achieve (by combining E1940.2, P1940.2 and 1941) a full array for everyone except France. We were also treated to some neat special-category sculpts: the German blockhouses in D-Day, the American and German trucks in Bulge, and the entirely-other-war sculpt set of 1914. Another nice development in the official games has been the addition of China, Italy, ANZAC and France to the original five powers (US, UK, USSR, Germany and Japan). And in the early days, people who wanted extra types of units (or extra colours to represent other countries) had to make do with third-party products like the Xeno and Table Tactics ones or the Enemy on the Horizon expansion set, the quality of which was uneven and the availability of which wasn’t always great. Things certainly have changed.
@JustLuthor I have the True Neutral Lid done (All true neutrals and mongolia). I’ll work on the other one soon. Let me know if you need the sides of the box too. The colors may not be fully match with out of game box if printed out.
True Neutral Box
Since I had the U.S. naval colors out, I pushed through with the Lexington rebuild.
Here’s the previous look.
Reused everything but the rear structure, boosting the fwd. island about 1.5mm. Rear section fabricated with styrene stock.
Think I might have gone a little to big? Still 100% better. That’s what I get for trying to use the rear of a classic tank turret the first time.
Stay safe all.