It was 1990, I was 18 years old… I moved to the big city of Toronto and my new friends were gamers who played Risk all the time. I quickly got bored of it and was looking for an alternative game I could introduce to them and I saw on the store shelf Axis & Allies from Milton Bradley “a game of high adventure” and “decide the fate of the world in just a few short hours” (lol). Unfortunately we were all pretty hammered by the end of the night and the only thing I remember of my first game was punching out all the plastic pieces from the plastic stencil racks and all the roundels from the cardboard sheets. it was an instant hit with the whole group and I played it with them religiously for up to 2 years until I moved back home to Peterborough. I brought my game with me and it wasn’t long before I hooked some old high school friends to it, and over the next 8 years I played Classic edition even more than I did before. After that in 2000, I moved back to Toronto where I discovered Spring 1942, then A&A Anniversary edition and finally Global 1940… ironically, I met someone from that first group from the early 90’s almost 20 years later, we accidentally bumped into each other online and we have been playing 1 on 1 1940 Global games every month for the past 5 years.
A PC version like the board game?
Anyone know of a pc version of A&A that is identical to the board game?
the Atari version left out so much & added a bunch of junk missions when it could have easily replicated the game. what gives?
anyone know of a PC WWII game that is better than the Atari one?
something simplistic yet with the same general strategies as the board game…
triplea.sourceforge.net/ try this website… They have a great Engine and are constantly fixing any bugs and the game works great…
Go to gamespot.com and check out World At War. It looks like a slightly more complicated AaA.