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AFV Weapons Profile Publications Magazine Collection$5.00Add to cart
AFV Weapons Profile Magazine Collection (Profile Publications)
Avalon Hill ‘Storm Over’ Collection (area-impulse system)$12.00Add to cart
Avalon Hill collection of area-impulse system games including Storm Over Arnhem, Thunder At Cassino, Turning Point: Stalingrad and Breakout: Normandy (1992 Avalon Hill edition).
Avalon Hill Naval Games Collection – 16 Games$8.00Add to cart
A Collection of sixteen Avalon Hill Games on a Naval theme (Thirteen games, plus updated versions of Bismarck and Midway). Together, these games cover the complete subject of naval warfare on the strategic and tactical level, from ancient combat between galleys and triremes, through the Golden Age of Sail, World Wars I and II, right up to modern submarine combat.
Campaigns Magazine Complete Collection #1-49 (Marengo Publications)$10.00Add to cart
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY Complete collection of Campaigns Magazine – All issues #1 – #49 (Marengo Publications) Campaigns Magazine Issue 1 Carabiniers of the First Empire The Technique of Water Color – The conversion of black and white prints into full –color prints. The Arrival of the Mamelukes in Paris – An account of the excitement …
Panzer Blitz / Panzer Leader / AIW Collection (Avalon Hill)$7.00Add to cart
Collection of PanzerBlitz, PanzerLeader and Arab-Isreali Wars.
Solitaire Game Collection – 8 Games (Avalon Hill/Victory Games)$7.00Add to cart
A Collection of Eight Avalon Hill/Victory Games Solitaire Games (although many of these games also have multiplayer variants included in the package!) Each of these games was specifically designed for solitaire play, with enemy actions dictated by charts, die rolls and/or event card systems. Despite the ‘random’ nature of enemy actions, however, there is still plenty of scope for developing strategies and tons of enjoyment!