Yeah, I wish they put the couple of rules not in both books in the global section at the back.
Europe has the straits rule.
Pacific has Kamikaze and China rules.
If you’re aware of that, it isn’t too much of a problem.
germany did sea lion. russia bought mostly mech / tank and bunkered romania when germany/italy finally got enough for force ruskies out (ruskies did a detour for iraq and the african spots). ruskies turned around with mech and tanks and blitzed to calcutta then made it back in time for germany vs russia.
this game coupled with 30 infantry china and all 18 ruskies still alive in asia… japan was shut down. germany took russia, uk just finally got transports and men. uk pac was worthless but still a funny liberation.
yeah sea lion sucks sometimes lol. ruskies owning italy africa is no good lol. +3 each one and iraq too. go go mech + bombers.
the pacific showdown was hilarious too. I am not sure why japan attacked phillipines. it was a mutual destruction battle… but after that anzac’s naval looked pretty nice on an empty board. I had java the whole game because he round 3 india and lost so much stuff.
If japan did not get shut down, I would have totally lost. all he needed was hawaii after round 3. that was a funny game
on the mediafire download for the complete rulebook the 3 player setup does not include France :?
Sorry about that! I must have done something screwy there…
No, That was my bad. I left it off the original. If it turns out that thats the only mistake on the whole document…… not too shabby.
It looks like a mixup of the 3 & 4 player setups. France is listed for the Russian player and British for 4 player.
“Three Players: Player 1: Axis powers / Player 2: United Kingdom and ANZAC / Player 3: United States,
Soviet Union, and China
Four Players: Player 1: Axis powers / Player 2: United Kingdom, ANZAC, and France / Player 3: Soviet
Union and France / Player 4: United States and China”
Fixed it, can anyone spot any other errors?