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ON 6 JUNE 1944 the greatest armada the world has ever seen approached northern France.

Command the US 2nd Marine Division in “one square mile of hell” D-Day at Tarawa is a solitaire game simulating the amphibious invasion of Betio Island in the Tarawa Atoll.

Napoleon had triumphantly returned to Europe from his banishment on Elbe, and by 18 June 1815 his army of 72,000 men was on the verge of victory.

In October 1806, Napoleon’s Grande Armee is descending on western Saxony in multiple columns.



In the far future, Earth is a distant myth. When mankind gained the means to transit the vastness of space safely and quickly, a great human wave extended across the galaxy, and humans soon inhabited thousands of worlds.

D-Day at Omaha Beach (Re-print) recreates America’s most bloody and heroic day of World War II.

A second printing of John Butterfield’s award winning RAF update in which players can solo as the British or the Germans or can play head-to-head.

The Battle of the Scheldt covers the fighting between the First Canadian Army and the Fifteenth German Army in November 1944.



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22 hours ago

MARCH MAGNESS PRELIMINARY ROUND 2!

www.strategyandtacticspress.com/wpsite/march-magness-preliminary-round-2/

16 pledge games and books are left and are going head to head!

We took 32 of our pledge games and books and pitting them against each other in a head-to-head style bracket tournament. We are now down to 16 and round 2 will determine the top 8. Then the 8 winners will go into the main event, starting the last week of February, that will pit them plus 24 other titles against each other. The winner of this contest will enter development and be added to our pledge program as a 2018 release.

In each head-to-head pairing, pick your choice for the game or book you are most interested in seeing published. The first prelim round will last for two weeks of voting, after which the winners will be tallied and winners will advance to a second round of head-to-head competition.

Each person voting in this prelim round will receive (via response email) a personalized 20% off coupon for the purchase of any of 20 select DG Box games.

Let the Magness begin!
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2 days ago

Great News! This issue of Modern War has shipped to subscribers and is available for purchase at the following link.

shop.strategyandtacticspress.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=MW16

Visegrad: The Coming War in Eastern Europe covers a hypothetical conflict between the forces of the Eastern NATO and Russia. With the US in retreat in the world, and the Russians getting overly aggressive, it could be that a resurgent Russia could make an attempt to take back its classic sphere of influence. This, factored in with the fact that Russia is the primary energy source for much of Europe, has made them overly powerful. The biggest threat to the Russian energy dominance is amazingly the country of Poland.
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6 days ago

How Exciting!
We can officially confirm Strategy & Tactics, Issue #291 is now on it’s way to you.

shop.strategyandtacticspress.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ST291

Warpath: Indian Territory in the American Civil War
By Chris Perello

Warpath covers the campaign for control of Indian Territory during the American Civil War. The map covers all of the ostensibly neutral Indian Territory, plus part of the neighboring Union and Confederate states. The playing area has spaces in lieu of hexes; each space is classified according to its dominant terrain which affects movement, combat, and supply. Some of the 204 counters represent the infantry and cavalry regiments and artillery batteries used by each player to create forces on the map. Each turn represents six months of real time.

The action is driven by players alternately drawing campaign markers. Most markers enable the drawing player to conduct one or more operations, one operation being (1) moving and fighting with one force, (2) recruiting a unit, or (3) building a fort. Other markers allow the drawing player to control the "wild" Kiowa and Comanche Indians raiding from the west; they represent a danger to both sides and control switches back and forth as the control markers are drawn. The length of a turn is variable and unknown to either player; it ends after two "End" markers have been drawn fromt he campaign marker pool.
Victory is determined by control of the "capital cities" of the Five Civilized Tribes, but the game can end in sudden death if either player loses one of his primary bases. Each player is forced to balance active operations with force-building, concentration for offensives with dispersion to guard his territory, and careful planning with quick reaction to events.

Components: One 22" x 34" map & 228 counters
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1 week ago

Photos of the day

Last year canine parachute instructor Mike Forsythe and his dog Cara set the world record for highest man-dog parachute deployment, jumping from more than 30,100 feet up – the altitude transoceanic passenger jets fly at. Both Forsythe and Cara were wearing oxygen masks and skin protectors for the jump. Here’s a photo from that jump, taken by Andy Anderson for K9 Storm Inc.

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2 weeks ago

Did you know?

January 1943: Franklin D. Roosevelt becomes the first President of the US to travel by airplane while in office when he travels from Miami to Morocco to meet with Winston Churchill. This meeting marked the first time an American president left American soil during wartime.
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