Axis & Allies - classic GameMaster series edition.

  • October 27, 2012 · 11:00 AM
  • Dave's house in Brandermill.

This is the Milton Bradley classic of Axis and Allies.  New players welcome as well as experienced players.  If you have a preference for country we can try to match you to that country.

2 - players we will have the Axis face off against the Allies.

3 - one player for each Germany and Japan, and the other player will play the Allies.

4 - one player for each Germany, Japan, and the United States and the other player will play the remaining Allies.

5- one player for each country.

 

If we have extra people we can run a second game, if someone brings another classic copy they can play that or use my Revised, Europe, Pacific, or D-Day games.

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  • Dave H.

    We played Axis and Allies so quickly that we then played Castle Panic and 3 games of Pandemic.

    October 27, 2012

  • Gregg S.

    So, how did the game go?

    October 27, 2012

    • Dave H.

      Axis crushed the Allies, Jimmy hadn't played Russia before so it didn't go well.

      October 27, 2012

  • Andrew T.

    Dave,

    Unfortunately, I'm going to be out of town that weekend. The next Saturday I would be available after October 27, is November 3 (but there's a general board game meetup that day) or November 10. No reason for you all to wait on me though...

    October 1, 2012

    • Dave H.

      We can setup another session if you want. I only need 2 people to play Axis and Allies. I personally think the game is fine with 2-4 players, 5 doesn't hurt but there isn't much improvement over a 4 player game.

      October 1, 2012

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