I once played a game where Germany attacked with a good force, France rolled 7 hits of its 9 two combat factor units. France lasted till turn two. However germany took france and Britan on turn 2 which turned the tables for an axis victory.
I don't have the instructions
I bought the game used, it does not have the book or any of the cardboard pieces (flea markets :oops: )
Now I already own
Pacific 1940 (which is whole)
battle of the bulge
So I have an abundance of factories and men, aside from french and italians.
Anyway, I notice this site has the rules up on http://www.axisandallies.org/node/438 but I was just wondering if anything is missing. For example what the eff are the two union jack pieces for http://www.axisandallies.org/node/413?size=_original
and are the rules for research anywhere on this site?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, I really want to try this version out.
For the majority of games, you can download and print official rule books from Wizards of the Coast, I believe. If not, you can always do a search and determine what, if any, PDF files exist for the games you need.
The union jacks are for india’s (uk pacific) income in the global game, because you need to keep the economies separate. There are two so you can have a spare