Image: Barry, the winner (left) and Roland my teammate (right) in the finals
Now that Axis & Allies Battle of the Bulge is available in stores it's not time to speculate about the next installment in the Axis & Allies series. The rumor is that the next version will be Axis & Allies Guadalcanal. The clues come from some statements made by the creator of Axis & Allies himself, Larry Harris.
If you've never been to a gaming convention, I highly recommend trying it at least once. Though, after you go once, you'll probably want to go again. If you live on or near the West Coast, then you should definitely check out GenCon SoCal. It is a great convention that is steadily growing each year.
Reserves has just been released and we're already starting to get previews of Axis & Allies Naval Miniatures: War at Sea. Today, Avalon Hill published the first preview of this game providing a download of the quickstart rules. So far, the battle system looks good and it look like they improved on the rules for the stadanrd A&A Miniautes game.
For those who prefer the old game I have rescripted the OOB rules for the Battle of the Bulge game.
If you're looking for a gift for that gamer you know for the holiday season, then Axis & Allies Battle of the Bulge is perfect. It's brand new, innovative, and fun to play. If you don't have a FLGS (friendly local gaming store) near you, then try Amazon.com. Just recently Amazon began to carry Axis & Allies Battle of the Bulge in their inventory so go ahead and get it today.
Forget about PS3 and forget about Nintendo Wii. What you want is Axis & Allies Battle of the Bulge. This lastest installment of the Axis & Allies games is available in stores today, Friday, November 17, 2006.
Starting November 7, 2006 I will be making an effort to update the site with one or more pieces of content every Tuesday night. It will range from news to articles to old and new house rules and strategies. And all new content will appear on the front page each week with icons for each type of content so that you can quickly identify and differentiate the articles.
The much awaited Axis & Allies Miniatures Reserves will be released this Friday, November 10, 2006. This set promises to be interesting by including more units from the minor countries and adding a new country, Hungary. Reserves includes interesting units such as the Fallschirmjager German paratrooper, F4U Corsair, and support units like the ammo dump and the fuel depot.