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Axis & Allies 1941 Board Game


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  • Five major powers struggle for supremacy
  • 18 new miniature sculpts in the game
  • 2-5 players
  • 1-3 hours playing time
  • Ages 12+
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions26.7 x 40 x 7.6 cm
Item model number396870000
Main Language(s)English translation, German manual, English
Number of Game Players2-5 players
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB007TB3R80
Best Sellers Rank 19,497 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
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Date First Available20 July 2012
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Five major powers struggle for supremacy. Germany and Japan are aligned against the great alliance of the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, and the United States. Designed for 2–5 players, the game is set in 1941: The Axis has great momentum and is expanding its conquests in both Europe and Asia. Controlling one of the Axis or Allied powers, you will command both your country’s military forces and its war-time economy. Show that you are a brilliant military strategist by planning your attacks, marshalling your forces into embattled territories, and resolving the conflicts. Victory goes to the side that conquers its opponents on the field of battle and liberates or occupies the greatest cities of the world. Change the course of history in a few short hours! Includes 16 all-new designs such as the P-40 Warhawk, Tiger Tank, AVRO Lancaster, FW-190, IS-2 tank, HMS Hood, He-111, and the Akagi Aircraft Carrier.

Box Contains

1 x Game Board
1 x Battle Strip
1 x Casualty Strip
1 x 160 plastic miniatures
1 x 84 die-cut pieces
4 x dice
1 x Rulebook

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. J. M. Humphries on 24 July 2012
This is the easiest and quickest-to-play version of Axis & Allies ever released. I would personally recommend it to any new players who are curious about the game as it is a lot more simple to understand, and can be played in less than 2 hours. Many of the rules have been stripped right back to the bare bones, and this has made the whole experience much more streamlined and easier to get to grips with. It is also a great game for the more experienced players and veterans alike, as the refined game play is at times just as challenging and adds a whole new puzzle to solve!

Components: The box, rulebook and pieces are very nice quality. This 1941 game comes with brand new sculpts of ALL the units including the much-coveted German Tiger Tank! An interesting point is that the same unit sculpts are used for both of the Axis powers and yet a different set of sculpts are used for all three of the Allied powers. This will perhaps make it easier for new players to differentiate between all the various pieces in the game. The only thing I would say is that you don't get very many combat unit pieces and this may cause players to run out sometimes. However, this version now comes with green chips for stacking up on units (as well as the normal grey and red) and I think they look neat. Green represent 3 units, whilst grey still represents 1 and red 5. However, the chips are smaller than usual and are made card as opposed to plastic. The map is a beautiful thing to behold and is very easy to assemble. And it's just about the right size too. However, the game only comes with four black D-6 dice which should be enough; however, feel free to use some dice from other games if you wish.

Setup: This game takes about 10 minutes to prepare which is fast for an Axis & Allies game!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Oddy Knocky on 27 April 2013
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Axis and Allies 1941 is an excellent introduction to strategy board games. The rules in this 'stream-lined' edition are easy to follow (should be fully grasped within 30 minutes of set-up) and the introduction of clear objectives (the capture of the opponents capital cities) means that the game does not drag on as long as the actual war!
I have read criticisms of the size of the board in this edition and while it is small it did not effect our enjoyment of the game (it probably helped to speed it up). The game counters were very well crafted but there were not enough of them and we had to result to using the cardboard counters as substitutes for multiple units which became confusing and irritating.
The game mechanics are quite simplistic (the fate of nations can often hang on a single dice roll) but the way in which it makes you govern the production, deployment and use of your forces helps shape an understanding of the kind of decisions that had to be made at the strategic level during the war.
Overall a very satisfactory game and one I can thoroughly recommend. Looking forward to purchasing the next edition.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stratis on 24 Aug. 2014
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BRILLIANT GAME!!! HOURS of fun with my sons Good deal - value for money and fast delivery Many thanks
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For those who love Axis&Allies I would not recommend this version. It is very difficult to adapt to from the traditional version, and other versions for that matter. The game itself is not bad, but it eliminates important aspects from the main version, such as coastal bombing, cruisers, artillery, ica on every territory, amongst other things that steal from the original success. Although not a bad game, I still would recommend the 1942 version.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 9 April 2013
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It's an overall good game, but I just kept thinking "I'd rather be playing the 1942 version" as this is a somewhat watered down version of that game. (Or the 1942 is a powered up version of this)
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