British Heavy TANKS Preview

Trucks, jeeps, and half-tracks had been scampering through the positions of the 17th/21st Lancers throughout the day, fleeing from the Germans coming through Kasserine Pass. Corporal Lorrigan flicked away a cigarette butt, then climbed aboard his Valentine tank. No more transports appeared as he settled into the turret, nudging the gunner, ‘Wakey, wakey lad. Rommel’s on his way.’ The flat crack of heavy cannon rounds passing nearby announced the arrival of the panzers on the next ridge. ‘Gunner, traverse left…steady…on! 1000, Tank…FIRE!’. The two-pounder slammed back, venting cordite into the cramped turret. The tracer arced into the panzer, then bounced, soaring into the evening sky, the range too long for their shot to have any effect against the bigger German tanks.  ‘Advance and engage’, crackled through the radio. Lorrigan started forward, advancing with ...

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Happy Holidays from us at TANKS

It’s been a great year for TANKS, we went from Europe to the desert with loads of cool tanks to add to our platoons. I love my Tiger tanks! Next year is shaping up to be even better. We still have some fighting do to in Africa but we will also be moving to the Eastern front. 

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US Desert Tanks Part 2

This week we take a closer look at the next two tanks for American in the desert, the Lee and the Priest. Both tanks are quite interesting and will give the American players some exciting new options for their platoons.   

 

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TANKS at the STGCC

Col. Clausewitz from Blitz and Peaces wrote an article about the TANK demos he ran at the STGCC. Looks like they had a blast showing off the game and teaching new players how to play. 

 

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Desert Fox, The Withdrawal at Benghazi

It has come to our attention that due to a printing error the mission for month 2 of the Desert Fox OPS was published with some errors.So that you can continue playing your OP games without having to decipher the mission's intent we've made the pdf for this month available for download.

 

We apologise for any confusion this misprint has caused.

 

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US Desert Tanks

This week we take a closer look at the first wave of the American desert TANK releases, the Sherman (Early) and the Stuart. Both packs are adding cheap tank options to American platoons, as well as adding some cool new upgrades to the game.

 

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Last Stand at El Agheila

This week we are pleased to announce that we are releasing the first in the Desert Fox Organized Play Kits as a downloadable print and play PDF. In this mission German players get to field Rommel in his captured transport "Max". 

 

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Kampfgruppe Uthak

Last week we challenged you to creating a cool list using the new Panzer III and Tiger cards we previewed. There were several interesting lists but we ended up choosing Uthak list with Wittman. 


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Kampfgruppe Lueder

Hans-Georg Lueder led an interesting German formation of tanks that consisted of a mix of Tiger and Panzer III tanks. We wanted to reflect this unlikely pairing in TANKS and have introduced loads of cool cards to let players create their own Kampfgruppe Lueder.
 
This week we take a closer look at Kampfgruppe Lueder, and how the new Panzer III and Tiger tanks work together.

 

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German Desert Preview

This week we are showcasing some of the upcoming German Tanks. The Germans are getting five tanks; the Panzer IV (Long), Panzer IV (Short), Panzer III (Long), Panzer III (Short), and the Tiger.

 

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