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1940 – Operational game of the Battle for France and the Low Countries at the outset of WWII.
The Series 120 games from Game Designer’s Workshop (GDW) are a line of introductory wargames published in the late 70s and early 80s spanning various historical eras. The games in the series have 120 counters and play times of around 120 minutes or less.
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GDW (Game Designers Workshop) – 1940 – Operational game of the Battle for France and the Low Countries at the outset of WWII (1980)
The Battle for France and the Low Countries – the German Wehrmacht stands poised on the borders of France. Corps and division scale units, 26 km per hex. Each game turn is 5 days.
This download includes the following:
– Rulebook in PDF format
– Full color maps ready to print
– Full color high quality counter sheets ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
Swashbuckler : A Game of Swordplay and Derring-do$5.00Add to cart
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY This light hearted game is along the same lines as RoboRally where players plan out their actions simultaneously and then resolve them. The game is played in one of two locations – a tavern or the deck of a ship. Players can topple tables, throw mugs, swing on chandeliers, and yank carpets. There …
Mosby’s Raiders : Guerilla Warfare in the Civil War$5.00Add to cart
Mosby’s Raiders puts you in command of the Partisan Rangers. Your mission is to infiltrate enemy lines to disrupt the Union war effort. As you succeed in your operations, your notoriety grows and the Union devotes additional troops to stopping you.