And funded !
And funded !
Eric did a new post for the poll…
Here is the ks link : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1523186582/vietnam-war-miniatures-axis-and-allies-type-wargam/description
And my post on this subject : https://www.axisandallies.org/forums/index.php?topic=41594.0
Anybody interested in this game on KS : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1523186582/vietnam-war-miniatures-axis-and-allies-type-wargam/description
A little bit expensive money wise but so are all the new A&A ones… with lots of minis…
PS I know it is not A&A WWI or WWII but still…
Very feasible as I.L. mentionned by keeping the national command stack with the units in the territory they are all in. When an other stack join in, remove one command stack, simple. If anybody find something wrong with this tinking, let us know
I am going to do the same thing and use my minis from HBG. :evil:
One year to go…
Here are the mock-ups for the silver and bronze badges.
Got my U.S. sets yesterday. I am from Quebec city, Qc, Canada. Really like the Long Tom and the Greyhound. Cheers
The research number for radar for the Commonwealth is 8. Is this a misprint, should it be 18, maybe?
8 should be the right number for the Commonwealth since it is the British that developed it ( radar ) before the war and almost save the UK from early ’ defeat ’ as they use radar as the first early warning defense system. The German too had developed radar but I don’t think that they use it the same way, at least early on. May be the number for Germany should be 12 like the US.
PS and it is the British that gave their magnetron secret to the US.
This one ? : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUVqIVjaipY
A WWI tank !
Great show HBG
Thanks to Kenneth ( and Edwin G. ) Watkins to make sure that Amerika is funded. Thumbs up
Now, lets get some more stretch goals realized.
My map is at the house in my wife’s closet, and I have to pretend I don’t know what she got me for Christmas. In the meantime, I have a couple of questions. First, I have counted the US IPC totals on the online map, and I keep getting 40 on the Pacific side, but only 39 on the Atlantic side. The set-up chart says the total should be 80. Here’s what I see on the Atlantic side:
Great Plains - 2
Deep South - 2
Appalachia - 6
SE US - 4
Washington - 8
New England - 4
Cuba - 1
Panama – 2
2 convoys at 5 each
Am I just missing something, or is there a misprint? If it’s a misprint, I guess we could add a U.S. national objective for 1 point. Maybe “U.S. Treasury Secretary finds loose change under couch cushions after martini is spilled on them upon hearing that Germany invades Poland?”
My other question is: How hard is it to get the map to lay flat? Would a stack of quarters on the corners be enough? Or will I want to get some plexiglass to put over the whole map?
I got 41 IPCs on the Pacific side and 39 on the other one. I think you missed Guam at 1 IPC, or is it Alaska ? You realised that I had to take out and unrolled my maps because it bugged me too.
PS It is the same # on the first and second edition map ( yeah, I have both of them )
A Japanese tank for 2014 ?
Or a French one…
Bravo. Well done.
Price range ?
Special price for 8 sets ?
Pouch included with your logo ?
Still one shipping cost ? ( Canada )
My Ju-88 from my BotB is the regular one, same as all the others I have from my collection of A&A boardgames.
Sweeeetttt! Is your map from AA mini sets.
More likely from ToI / Tide of Iron I would think.
I don’t have the skills necessary but I sure would like it if we could get an IPC income spreadsheet to print out.
I am coming around to the pen and paper income tracking, but I would like a nice way to do it.
Anyone up to the challenge?
Something like this, found on BGG : http://www.boardgamegeek.com/filepage/88812/aa-1914-national-production-chart-and-turn-order-t
You have to log in though and give credit to the owner/creator, logicman.
PS or use this link : http://files.boardgamegeek.com/geekfile_download.php?fileid=101860&filetype=application%2Fpdf&filename=NationalProductionSheet.pdf&filecode=n12o08b2nd&validationcode=83205865cc04f0b25ddb047a101b9985