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Axis & Allies Board Game
By Avalon Hill

It is the spring of 1942. The world is at war. Five world powers are struggling for supremacy. You and your opponents control the military and economic destiny of one or more of these countries.... In this game, you'll discover that cooperation and negotiation are just as important as tactical maneuvering. So begins the 32-page instruction manual for Axis & Allies. To win this complex strategy game, you must learn to be a master economist and a brilliant military strategist and tactician.

Axis & Allies Pacific
By Avalon Hill

It's 1941, and the fate of the Pacific is in your hands. Now Axis and Allies takes its unmistakable brand of superior smarts to the greatest naval struggle of all time. As you and your opponents struggle to determine the fate of the world, your maritime strategy, your air power and the fortitude of your ground forces will all be tested. Comes with gameboard map, 345 plastic playing pieces (soldiers, planes, ships, etc.), industrial production certificates, three national reference charts, control markers and production chart, a battle board, task force cards, 12 dice and plastic chips.

Axis & Allies D-Day
By Avalon Hill

June 6, 1944: You are on the beaches of Normandy, and ahead lies an uncertain future. The fate of the world hangs in the balance, as you struggle for control over the cities of Cherbourg, St. Lo, and Caen. Savage, quick, and decisive, D-Day was the major turning point in the European theatre, with liberty itself on the line. Designed for 2 or 3 players, Axis & Allies D-Day accurately captures this dramatic conflict and places you squarely in the middle of the greatest battle of the 20th century.

Axis & Allies Europe
By Avalon Hill

Decide the future of Europe -- and the world -- in this incredible game of military strategy, courage and cunning! The European Theater of World War II remains the same, but you control the events. As a world leader, you must initiate masterful military maneuvers, conjure up clever economic strategies, and play power politics to lead your nation to victory. Axis and Allies Europe includes 369 historically accurate soldiers, ships, airplanes, weapons and more.

By Hasbro Parker Brothers

Isn't it about time you ruled the world? In this combat classic, all you need to do is plan carefully, make decisions quickly and move boldly. The object is to conquer all 42 territories on the board, thus eliminating your opponents. You'll use dice and cards to shape the size, strength and locations of your troops on the gameboard, but it's up to you to make strategic decisions that'll keep you on the march. Lead your armies across vast continents; launch daring attacks against your enemies -- but keep any eye on your flanks. Your opponents are fighting to capture your troops and claim your territories! Includes gameboard, RISK cards, dice, and infantry tokens. For 2 to 6 players.

By Hasbro Milton Bradley

The classic Naval combat game. Players try to sink all enemy ships by calling out suspected hiding areas and keeping track of hits and misses. You're in command with Battleship! This classic game has been a family favorite for years.

By Hasbro Milton Bradley

Behind the castle walls facing you hides an enemy army. Your mission -- capture their flag! As you advance across the game board battlefield, you'll need a sharp memory, strategy and a little luck to vanquish the enemy and charge the flag! When you're one space away from an enemy, attack. You and your opponent declare ranks. The lower-ranking man is captured and taken out of play. Be careful! There are bombs hidden, too! Includes 40 piece red & blue armies.

Before the advent of the 286/386 PC computer that allowed a revolution in war gaming in the 1990s, there were (and still are) a number of very interesting and very addictive military strategy games. Some were board games, such as the popular Axis & Allies, by Avalon Hill. And others were computer games, such as those by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI), designed for systems such as the Amiga, Commodore 64/128 and the Apple IIe/IIc computers. (The owner of fondly remembers playing SSI's Battle of the Bulge: Tigers in the Snow on his Apple IIe.) And of course, there were the popular board games such as Stratego, Battleship, Risk, and Tank Battle!

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