Also U28, Sowchos 79 can be played with four..Quite a few of the SL series remakes can readily be adapted for 4 player action because of the usually larger forces represented and often times multiple or diverse objectives (primary or secondary). As previously mention U2 SWEEP FOR BORDJ TOUM BRIDGE & ASL C STREETS OF STALINGRAD (suggest using an enlarged Bd1 though) spring to mind as well as U27 A WINTER MELEE or U43 BRIDGEHEAD ON THE RHINE, all can easily be adapted .
Both great recommendations.Another possible 4-player scenario is G1 - Timoshenko's Attack. This highly rated scenario (ROAR has it G10/R29 w/ 7.69 recommend rating) features a unique gaming situation where the defending German player(s) must divide his given forces on three non-linked game boards to face three separate attacks by the Russian forces. Actually, this could be played by six players, but four should suffice.
I'm currently playing U2 - Sweep for Bordj Toum Bridge that comes with the GI's Dozen scenario pack. I second this recommendation, as the the board 7 river truly divides up both the defending and attacking forces so it seems ideal for a four player scenario (though my playing is only two players).
Thanks, Dan, now squirreled away for future reference.