This one hit wonder was the only publication by War-Oboe Publications. These ASL scenarios are designed for multiple players with up to 8 players on a side. Most scenarios require at least 4 players. Many scenarios feature the uncertainty of both sides not knowing what the other sides Order of Battle and or Victory Conditions are until the games end.
The counter art used represents some of the icons used by the Germans in WWII to represent military units.
El Alamein, Egypt, 26 October 1942:
Players: 4-6 total, two to three per side.
Kursk, Russia, 12 July 1943
Players: 8, four per side.
Normandy, France, 6 June 1944
Players: 16, 8 per side.
Scenarios included: 8
Saipan, Marianas, 7 July 1944
players: 4, 2 per side.
Iwo Jima, 25 February 1945
Players: 4, two per side.
Scenarios included: 2
Buna, Papua New Guinea, 1 December 1942
Papua, New Guinea, 8 December 1942
Leyte, Philippines, 28 October 1944.