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Axis & Allies - D-Day (2nd Printing)

by Avalon Hill

Category: Board & War Games
Genre: Axis & Allies, War Game - World War II, Board Game - Historical/Alternate History, Board Game - Strategy
Product Line: Axis & Allies (Avalon Hill)
Publish Date: 2004
In Print: Yes
Condition: VG+/NM     » Other conditions available
Contents:
  • 1 Game Board (20" x 33")
  • 240 Combat Unit Playing Pieces
  • 1 Battle Board
  • 48 Tactical Cards
  • 22-Page Rulebook
  • 3 Reinforcement Charts
  • 8 Dice
  • Tray
  • NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
    2148020700 WOC21761 Boxed Game VG+/NM

    June 6, 1944: You are on the beaches of Normandy, and ahead lies an uncertain future. The fate of the world hangs in the balance, as you struggle for control over the cities of Cherbourg, St. Lo, and Caen. Savage, quick, and decisive, D-Day was the major turning point in the European theatre, with liberty itself on the line.

    Designed for 2 or 3 players, Axis & Allies D-Day accurately captures this dramatic conflict and places you squarely in the middle of the greatest battle of the 20th century. This is an all-new standalone extension of the Axis & Allies line featuring three-tiered complexity and a new, extra-large game board/map.

    Contents:

  • 1 Game Board (20" x 33")
  • 240 Combat Unit Playing Pieces
  • 1 Battle Board
  • 48 Tactical Cards
  • 22-Page Rulebook
  • 3 Reinforcement Charts
  • 8 Dice
  • Tray

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