DOG SECTOR~~A SIMULATION OF THE JUNE 6, 1944 D-DAY LANDING
DEDICATED SOLITAIRE GAME!!!!!
NEW UNHARMED IN SHRINKWRAP!
please note: Our discount from WDG is very very slim...We carry these guys for your convenience (and because we think highly of them, particularly the solitaire games!!!
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...From the company blurb:
Dog Sector is a beer-and-pretzels level, solitaire war game that simulates the famous WW II Normandy amphibious landing in 1944.
American forces from off-map transports assault the beach. Those units not swamped during the approach attempt to move up the beach toward the German-occupied bluffs, clearing obstacles as they advance. Some units (tanks, sharpshooters, bazookas) execute ranged fire at fortified German units. Naval Forward Observers guide ship-to-shore fire support.
The Player’s assault force faces German defensive fire (solitaire, system-controlled) from machine guns and anti-tank emplacements, panzerfaust and rifle fire, as well as off-map German artillery. When the bluffs are reached, American units must clear the trenches by assault.
Game tension is visceral as your brave Joes are pinned down or hit by the intense German fire. You’ll grit your teeth as a Combat Engineer team deploys Bangalore torpedoes to clear obstacles while under fire, and cheer when a German unit is taken out by a tank or by a ship’s guns directed by one of your forward observers.
How many sections of German trench will your men be able to clear in the twelve, heart-pounding game turns? Will you be a private or a colonel at the end of the game? Good luck, soldier!
A Solitaire War Game
One 34" x 22" Game Board Printed in One Piece
A 36 x 20 Hex Game Map on the Game Board
176 5-8 Inch Double-Sided Counters and Markers
One 8-Page Rule Book
One Player Reference Sheet
Games formats are boxed, folio (plastic-bag) and print-and-play.
THIS GAME IS THE BOXED VERSION.
Various German Fire Results
Swamped Units Checks
Random Off-Map German Artillery Fire
Barbed Wire, Tank Obstacles, and Land Mines
Random Numbers and Locations of American Landing Units per Turn
Beach Obstacle Clearing Activity
Immobilized Tanks and Two-step Infantry Units
American Unit Types
Bazooka and Flamethrower Units
Sharpshooters, Exceptional Leaders and Naval Forward Observers
Tanks and Bulldozer/Tanks
German Unit Types
Machine Gun Pillboxes