$50 for a page of cardboard tokens!?!?!
That’s because they are OOP and collector’s items, just like that Honus Wagner baseball card.
Just stumbled upon these A&A forums. Have added them to my regular list of A&A sites to check on. Anyway, I represent a company named the Guild of Blades Publishing Group that has published a wide range of Axis & Allies variants and continues to release new ones. The company calls its A&A variant game line the “Empires of History” game series and uses a modified D10 base version of the A&A game engine in presenting a range of different historical periods and conflicts.
The Guild’s A&A variant games can be found at:
A&A variants published to date include:
World War One Series:
The War to End All Wars Box Set (Core WW1 game)
The Great War in Africa Box Set
The North American Upgrade Box Set
The Rise of the Red Army Box Set
Obscure Wars Series:
The Spanish Civil War Box Set
The Trojan War Box Set
Battle for the Falklands Box Set
Rome’s Greatest Foe: the 2nd Punic War
Medieval Period Games:
Europe 1483 Box Set Edition
The Guild also publishes the Empires of History Magazine; a 32 page publication dedicated to A&A, its variants, and similar territorial-like board games like Eagle Games and others. The first issue was released a few months back and the next should be out early next year. Each issue also includes an Empires of History micro game. Issue #1 included the “Battle for Stalingrad” micro game. Issue #1 will contain “Tito’s Partisans”.
Other A&A variant games we have in development currently are:
Well, that’s pretty much it for now. I’ll be happy to field any questions people have.
Thanks a lot! I mean it.
Battle of the F_alkland Islands… heheheh
Arab Israli wars. you have suside bombers or somthin