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Stalingrad - Baby Bounce #4

Condition: SW (MINT/New)
Our Price: $54.95
Retail Price: $69.95
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Stalingrad - Baby Bounce #4
Category: War Games
Sub Category: Advanced Squad Leader
Publish Year: 2019
Dimensions: 12.5x11.5x.25"
Restockable: Yes
NKG part #: 2148932303
Mfg. part #: ASL_Baby_4
Type: Ziplock

Description

BABY BOUNCE: Stalingrad brings you the Rubble Bounce series in hexes you can manage. Each Baby Bounce module brings you 3 Rubble Bounce maps in the form of 6 11.5" × 12.5" non folding maps. Perfect for partial board scenarios, partial board mating, and just having a Stalingrad good time in a small space. Or an average space.

You also receive 18 Rubble Bounce scenarios in each Baby Bounce module, using a new type color scheme to make them unique.

Includes:

  • Color Cover Sheet
  • 18 Scenarios
  • 6 11.5” x 12.5” Color Cardstock Maps
Scenarios Included:

  • Height 102.0 – Stalingrad, Soviet Union September 14th 1942
  • Hill and Ravine – Mamayev Kurgan, Stalingrad, Russia September 16th 1942
  • Focal Point 102.0 – Mamayev Kurgan, Stalingrad, Russia September 18th 1942
  • Meat Jagers – Mamayev Kurgan, Stalingrad, Russia September 28th 1942
  • Downhill Raid – Mamayev Kurgan, Stalingrad, Russia October 3rd 1942
  • Fix Bayonets – Mamayev Kurgan, Stalingrad, Russia October 3rd 1942
  • On to the Volga! – Stalingrad, Russia October 7th 1942
  • The Fuel Dumps – Stalingrad, Russia November 11th 1942
  • Metal Man (Night) – Stalingrad, Russia November 10-11th 1942
  • Metal Man (Day) – Stalingrad, Russia November 11th 1942
  • Automatons – Stalingrad, Russia November 11th 1942
  • Coordination Day – Stalingrad, Russia November 11th 1942
  • Last, Best, Chance – Stalingrad, Russia November 11th 1942
  • Across the Volga – Stalingrad, Russia November 12th 1942
  • Northern Halls – Stalingrad, Russia November 12th 1942
  • Parted Out – Stalingrad, Russia November 12th 1942
  • Ivan’s Island – Stalingrad, Russia November 12th 1942
  • Between Two Plants – Stalingrad, Russia November 4th 1942