The war which began May 12, 1985 when Junior Lieutenant Yuri Andromnivitch's T-72 sent a 125mm HE round screaming into the guard tower on the ridge at Dankmarshausen, ripping mortar from rebar and sending head-sized chunks of concrete tumbling into the red-roofed houses below.
Units activate by chit draw and formation, fire in a flurry of dice, and look good doing it. The rules cover self-propelled mortars, thin-skinned vehicles, support weapons, ranged combat, opportunity fire, ATGM depletion, assault and overrun combat. Better still, World at War is not just a game, but also a game system.
It’s the new and improved Eisenbach Gap - Eisenbach Gap Deluxe. One game that includes all the components of both the original Eisenbach Gap and Death of First Panzer. The maps are mounted and the rules and player aid cards are full colour. This is a great chance to dive into the popular World at War system with the first two modules packed in one box.
Players: 1 – 2
Playtime: 90 Minutes
Ages: 12 +
Published by: Lock N Load