Operation Olympic is a hypothetical simulation of the planned invasion of Kyushu, the southernmost of the Japanese Home Islands in November 1945. It was designed to secure a base of operations for the follow-up Operation Coronet, which was scheduled to be launched against the principal Home Island of Honshu in March 1946.
Units are regiments and brigades, hexes are 6.5 kilometers side to side, a game turn represents one week of real time. There are scenarios for solitaire and two-player games.
These alternate Tokko rules attempt to average out Tokko losses so that the game is less susceptible to unfortunate die rolls at the beginning of the game in determining if one wins or loses, and gives the US player some actual decision making in the Tokko resolution process.