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Uploaded by: Dave: 2006-10-19 22:40:06

Cold Crocodiles AH:ASL Annual `90 A 25
DaveThe easy one for me. My first love, everything going on, great toys and a cracking situation to overcome for both sides. I must play this one again sometime..
 King BillyCold Crocodlies is indeed a classic. Not only do you get to play with some unusual weapons (flamethrowing Churchill tanks, Challanger tanks with 17lb guns, 88LL AT guns and JgPz IV, the apparently simple CVP victory conditions impose some tactical decisions on both sides. Every loss the British take means that they must push harder to take the stone building.
A great game that everybody should play as both sides.
The Liberators AH:The General # 31.1 G34
HonzaA clash of Titans for me. 'The Liberators' is a very imaginative scenario in which you can choose your OB. The terrain is unique, the situation is late war Ost Front, the VC are tactically demanding and the OB is 'Heavy'. Everything I could wish for.
 DaveJust bought the General that this scenario comes in. Looking forward to giving this a try...
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Sunday 13 October 2019 06:43:55 PM  (c)dramsey 2019