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Up next - Issue #55: Lee's Greatest Victory
The Chancellorsville campaign, which took place in and around Virginia's Wilderness in May 1863, is considered by many to be Robert E. Lee's masterpiece, a true triumph "against the odds." With the advantage of interior lines and a great deal of audacity Lee would confound the Union by continually bringing more rifles to the critical place at the critical time. And it didn't hurt that Lee's largest corps was commanded by one "Stonewall" Jackson.
New games under consideration
Read about some of our exciting upcoming projects and let us know which ones should appear next in ATO. see more
Turning Point Simulations
Our sister game division, Turning Point Simulations, is open for business and shipping games. Turning Point Simulations has created a new sort of gaming experience…classy, rather small, boxed, mounted boards or quality playing cards…all games with low complexity but high challenge and play value. Visit their website to learn more about their action packed series of 20 wargames! see more
New and Improved Game boxes
Perfect for magazine and DTP games and for protecting your collection against the ravages of time.
Now Available! First Release by Last Stand Games
Stalingrad: Verdun on the Volga (S:VoV) by designer Mike Rinella, is our first release. It's a new regimental scale game of the two-month struggle for control of the 30-kilometer long industrial town that sat on the West Bank of the Volga River. Hard-mounted maps, large counters, and a full color rules book. see more
New "Way of War" pack available
ATO presents "The Way of War" series, each offering a three-issue package which provides insight into the historical mind-set of a country, all at a special price. A price like this is almost "buy 2, get one free." see more
Missed the last issue?
Monty's D-Day is a companion game to Bradley's D-Day, completing the Normandy Invasion vision of John Prados by adding the D-Day assault beaches targeted by the British and Canadian forces. The objectives were ambitious with the city of Caen, 9 miles inland, targeted for capture on D-Day itself! It actually fell in late July, and only after having been leveled by bombing. Was it a "city too far?"
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