Fury in the East is a wargame on the first nine months of the great Russo-German War (per MMP). The game is designed by accomplished Japanese designer, Ginichiro Suzuki and originally appeared as G-Barbarossa.
Fury in the East includes 262 counters and a 22"x34" map (56cm x 86cm) and is included in Operations Special Magazine #3.
The game features an unusual mechanism for the Soviet combat units and generals. When generals are involved in combat for the first time their counters are flipped and their true capabilities revealed. When combat units suffer a step loss, their previously unknown weakened capability is revealed.