Avalon Hill has finally released a preview of Axis & Allies Miniatures War at Sea, the new naval miniatures game to be released on March 26, 2007. We will get some previews of the game before the release but the rulebook will not be released until March 5. This week's preview at Avalon Hill gives a glimpse of the USS Enterprise, Bismarck, USS Iowa, and HMAS Canberra. Click through to read my commentary on this new game. Also you may discuss in the forums.
"News from the Front" is an Axia & Allies Minis e-zine featuring articles such as the “Unit Intelligence Report” (UIR), ”General Blitzkriegs Command Directives”, “Monthly Battle Report” (MBR) and “War College News”. We will give you incite into uses for units, discussions on strategy,reports on new sets and played battles and community news. Download and read the e-zine and then check out the Axis & Allies Miniatures War College Yahoo!
The following article is a Axis & Allies Miniatures Scenario created by General Blitzkrieg for "The War College" Axis & Allies Miniatures Gaming League. The scenario is in PDF format and can be downloaded from this article.
The details for the 2007 Axis & Allies Spring Gathering V have been announced. The event will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 31, 2007. For more information and details about registering please visit the 2007 A&A Spring Gathering V website. This should be an exciting event so check it out.
Congratulations to Axis and Allies .org and specifically the team of members on the forum who created the Axis & Allies Revised Historical Edition . Their efforts won them the runner up spot in the Gone Gamming 2006 Board Game Internet Awards for Best Downloadable Game. Good job everybody and keep up the good work and maybe next year we'll get a first place recognition.
We have a brand new event that is taking place in the forums of this very website. It's the 2007 Axis and Allies .org Revised League. It is a year long Play by Forum competition to discover who are the best A&A Revised players. You can join at any time and play at your leisure. At the end of the year we will tally up the results and find out the winners. For more details checkout the
In my previous article I outlined an Allied strategy. Imperious Leader asked about German counters to it which generated much of what is here in a rougher form. First off I think that the Allied article is a counter to this. Germany is the hammer in Battle of The Bulge and here’s how I think it best they pound nails. Discuss this article in the forums.
The Larry Harris Tournament Rules version 1.3 are a set off rules for Axis & Allies Revised that are commonly used in tournaments and other game play. The rules were created by Larry Harris, the creator of Axis & Allies and has additionally been worked on by several players and tournament game masters. The work continues at Larry's own site Harris Game Design.
First, I want to thank djensen for thinking this held enough merit to be posted to
the main site. Second, I want to thank Imperious Leader for his request for Allied
strategies. That request motivated me to type this up. Finally I want to thank my
usual opponent whose skillful execution of this strategy gave us hope that the
Allies have a chance. This is still an unproven strategy and I am in the “the game
is slanted to the Axis camp” but it is the only thing that we’ve tried that has
come close (perfect dice on the last roll for the axis win close) of beating
Germany. Discuss this strategy in the forums.
I'm proud to announce that Axis and Allies .org and authors pubished on this site have been nominated in several catregories for the Gone Gaming 2006 Board Game Internet Awards. Thank you to everybody who nominated this site and thanks to all the article contributors and active forum members for making this site so great.