Gee, dude. I've never met anyone who's played DAK but I'm sureHas anyone played DAK?I've preorded it 'cos the Desert War is a main interest of mine.How does it play?Is it a realistic potrayal of the theatre?
I thought TCS looked interesting so I bought Leros. Leros is a cool situation with a 1943 German parachute invasion of a Greek island. Interesting situation, nice units, good presentation. Then I read the rules. I think most ASL players will be annoyed by the lack of chrome (exc: AFVs have no facing in TCS). The LOS rules require a calculator.g_young said:Does anyone have an opinion on TCS they'ed like to share? As a Kiwi, I've always been tempted but never taken the plunge - into getting the Maleme airfield game. (Can't remember the name of it for the life of me). Is it so different from ASL as to be worth a try?
Many of the OCS regulars say Tunisia is the best to learn with. It has a smaller size with a controlled buildup.SamB said:I have an unpunched copy of DAK, Sicily, Tunisia, Enemy at the Gates and Guderian's Blitzkrieg II. Any suggestions as to which is "better" as a first OCS game?