World at War is a platoon-level wargame set in the 1985 time frame simulating World War Three. Eisenbach Gap Deluxe (EGD) contains a complete set of rules, 176 counters, one 17” x 22” map, one 11” x 17” map, and twelve scenarios depicting the Soviet’s thrust into West Germany. EGD is a compilation and improvement on the original World at War: Eisenbach Gap and its expansion, World at War: Death of the First Panzer.
According to Mark H. Walker, he retained the original core rules of the original game, only changing them to enhance clarity.
Death of the 1st Panzer includes six more scenarios pitting the West German forces against the Soviet horde with a mix of Leopard 1 & Leopard 2 tanks, Marders, Luchs, Jaguars, Gepards, Rolands, and other support weapons. Meanwhile the Soviets introduce the ASU-85s and T-12 ATGs.