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Holdfast Korea 1950-1951, Korea is called America’s “forgotten war”. There are very few games on the topic, and none quite like this. The US Army, US Marine Corp, ROK Army, NKPA, and CPA forces are all represented. Air power, armor, and the naval might of the UN forces are represented simply and elegantly. Rail movement, amphibious landings, and surprise attacks are in here too.
HoldFast Russia 1941-42, our strategic World War II game on the Russian Campaign. It uses wooden blocks for fog of war and hex movement. Clean mechanics and a manageable number of units allow for the entire campaign to be played in a evening. Objectives are clear. Hold two of the three victory location cities at the end of the game.
New York 1776, quick playing, deep strategy, and battles that show the weakness of militia facing trained professionals with battles tactically carried out on a battle board. Wooden blocks are used for fog of war. This campaign involves point to point land and water zone movement. Group movement can only be done with commanders and some commanders can move faster than others. The British win by capturing Washington or reducing his army and holding New York City at the end of the game. The Americans win by avoiding British victory or reducing the British army to less than 20 strength points.
Scotland Rising, honoring the 700th Year Anniversary of the battle of Bannockburn that can be played in 90 minutes. Scotland Rising is a sharp fight that highlights the tactics of medieval battles on crowded battlefield. Knights are powerful and hard to bring down. Pikemen are best in massed formation. Archers have ranged fire but must be protected. Ax men are vicious in a close fight.
HOLDFAST NORTH AFRICA you are in Command reliving the great campaigns of World War II desert warfare with the game Holdfast North Africa. Fast tanks, steady infantry and grand sweeping movements across the desert were the tactics of the campaigns.