Inspired by the game’s creator, Richard Borg, The Battle Commander Campaign system is a simple but flexible method of playing a string of variable scenarios with the base Memoir ’44 board game.
Players choose a side (Allies or Axis) and create a random scenario based on a prevailing terrain type. Players then secretly decide what specific forces they will deploy from their sides unit manifest.
Then the battle begins!
Battle Commander Campaign file
The Battle Commander Campaign is Brummbar’s swan song for the Memoir ’44 gaming system by Days of Wonder. Hope you enjoy!
With the 10th anniversary of the release of Memoir ’44 (and, of course, the more important 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings!) Days of Wonder has announced a new expansion, Operation Neptune. Continue reading
The time has come to clear out some of my excess Memoir ’44 collection. Here is a chance to own a piece of Memoir ’44 history as I’ll be auctioning off some of the most sought after items (like the Air Pack with 4 extra planes!) and some rare items (the Winter Tiger campaign bag).
All of these are on E-Bay but only for a week so bid early and bid aggressively if you want to add some of these treasures to your collection.
Win multiple auctions and let me know for reduced shipping costs!
Good luck and happy bidding!
By popular demand they are now available again in the Depot.
Happy Holidays everyone and all the best in 2014!
After the untenable position and loss of the Gin Drinker’s Line, the British forces begin their withdrawal from the mainland. Campign – Play Devil’s Peak next…
Devil’s Peak is the second Memoir ’44 scenario in the Battle for Hong Kong campaign.
On the day of infamy, Pearl Harbour wasn’t the only attack the Japanese put in. The advance guard of the Japanese army was making it’s way toward the British held Gin Drinker’s line. A line of defenses on the Kowloon Peninsula that was intended to stop the Japanese in their tracks. However, it was undermanned as Japanese scouts soon discovered. A daring night attack plan was put into place in order to overcome the defenses.