Well “back in my day”, growing up as a teen/young-adult in the 1980s, we didn’t have much in the way of computer games. Back then every game was a board game of some type for the most part, and while I did play extensively the more “grognard” hard-core board wargames like just about everything from Avalon Hill and SPI, and Axis and Allies was just another game I got into in my youth which was simpler to play with my friends. There was always something “beer and pretzels” about Axis and Allies back in the 1980s that to this day still attracts me to the game. I’ve recollected (is that a word) and customized my current 2nd-Edition version of the game, and spent quite a bit on extra units, printed game-boards and the like… all with few people to play against, but it’s part game, part collectible, and its fun either way.
this will probably sound like a silly question…but here it goes anyway. Does anyone know if there is a Mac version of the CD game? I know…“Mac?”, your probably asking…but it works great for the industry that i’m in…thnx
I consider AA50 to be old. Â I am not sure why we making comparisons to two older boards, revised and aa50.
I am talking about global, 1942, and 1941. Have you seen the allies in those boards? They are boring.
Good thing I haven’t taken the bait and bought those games :evil:
The American figher will only fight when Defending. It will fight as a normal figher.
When attacking the Figher is considered Dead weight, it doesnt fight and if the aircraft carrier is sunk the fighter dies unless it can land in that sea zone.