Two military Alliances
the "Allies" and the"Axis" at war with each
other...WW II from 1939 to 1945...The Allies British Empire,
France, China and Poland defend against the conquest plans of
the Axis powers Japan Germany and Italy. Both sides are supported
by some smaller countries.
Later the USSR and the USA joined the Allied side.
BG enables 1-8 players (:2- 5 recommended), from
10-88, to play the entire WW II in one evening...
Blitzkrieg General... features
- area based map system
- easy die role procedure without
- land warfare
- no ugly terrain effects or weather
hinders your troops in the basic game
- Naval warfare
- Production: build your own units
Game designer: Udo Grebe
Game Developers:Andreas "The Japanese" Bertram,Dirk
Playtester in Chief:Ludwig Schmelz
Counter Design: Beth Queman
Graphics: Udo Grebe, Dirk Blech,Andreas Bertram,
Cover Art: Beth Queman
- 560 full color counters
- 2 linkable maps, DIN A2 16,53"x
23,38" (Europe and Pacific)
- 2 Player Aid Cards
- 55 political & military
- 6 six-sided dice
All BG counters are 4-colored both maps are 4 colored
- the two Player Aid Cards will ease your way into
the system the BG option cards are one major difference
to other easy-to-play strategic games.As soon as you are comfortable
playing the 4 pages BG Basic Rules, go ahead and try the
Advanced Rules. The Advanced Rules of this area based game build
the bridge to real wargaming, because:Special terrain-, weather-,
and supply-rules, as well as our BG command system will
get to you, challenge your skills...
Every advanced game is different
for nobody knows when which random option card is taken, and
what cards your opponents keeps on his hand...
Additional rules, and a step
by step involvement of the USA into the war make BG a challenge
also for experienced wargamers.
Miniature rules make BG playable with your preferred figurines.
Timetable: 1 turn = 3 months
Playing time: 2-12 hours
BG is available in both English and German
Recommended Player age: 10 years
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