Thanks for the response.
You are certainly welcome. Rejiggering A&A to meet what I want is one of my favorite things to do.
I’ve done pretty much everything on the list except the map.
Printing a map out would run up near the price of the game new.
I was thinking about just printing out color pages on an at home printer. Will that really cost you 30CAD to print out some color pages at home?
Plus, having done the process you described, before, the folds always end up damaged or ripped.
I’ve never actually done that, so I can’t comment either way. Perhaps an at-home, color printed map; some clear plastic tape (to hold the printed pages together); and a few paperclips (to hold the printed pages to the cardboard map) would work better? I don’t know.
I just thought that the maps were very close in nature that I could use the 1942 1st ed. one instead of the 1941 map.
Guess I’ll just lay out everything and rejig the IPCs where one territory is two in the 1942 1st ed.
Once I see how it affect the countries income, I can better judge the game play.
I’ve the maps from both 1942, 1st Ed and 1941. While they were made in a similar fashion, I don’t think that they are much in common. But perhaps some paint, a marker, and a steady hand will get you exactly where you want to go.
I’m curious to know how it turns out in any case…
Alternatively, there’s a small market in people who want the plastic bits and nothing else from 1941, so that they can take the plastic bits from 1941 and put them in their other games. Perhaps putting up a request for a 1941 map board in the A&A Marketplace section of the forum will get someone who can hook you up with a cheap map board. It doesn’t hurt to ask.