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Alessandro Trovato
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When is it going to be released? Where to order it?

TIA

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Brian Train
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It will be produced by Microgame Design Group, and printed up in the next few weeks. I will post ordering instructions and prices.

As it stands, the components are:

17x22" hex map
244 die-cut, double-sided counters (really good die-cutting too)
the usual rules, charts and tables.

This is definitely a Great Leap Forward from the MDG!

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I'm very pleased to see that this has found a publisher.
 
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Thanks Joe, it was just a matter of time (and your editing!).
 
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Hans Korting
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Guys,

the fighting in this part of my country is an often overlooked period of WWII.

The conditions and terrain make this an interesting topic for a game.

Looking forward to this.



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Thanks Hans, this will be the first wargame ever published to focus entirely on the campaign to clear the Scheldt. Until now the campaign has been at best a special rule concerning a a small muddy-looking spot 2-3 hexes wide up in one corner of the map, in the various NW Europe games there are out there (though John Schettler's Tide of Fortune gave more prominence to the battles).

It's certainly interesting to compare maps of the Scheldt and Walcheren Island from 1944 to modern Google Earth images - a lot of changes made to the terrain!

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