My latest pocket card game has just launched on Kickstarter, I’m hoping to also be able to raise some money for the poppy appeal if it gets funded, link below.
How to play D-Day Video on the Facebook page, link below.
Link to Kickstarter preview page below, its 99% completed. Launch date very soon.
First look at the D-Day prototype from the manufacturer
I’ve decided that the game will have the superior box (separate bottom and lid) as standard.
I’m hoping to receive it by the end of next week. I’ll then film and post the how to play video.
Hoping to launch the Kickstarter 1st or 2nd week of July.
Wave 2 is on the beaches but the German Pillboxes and their MG42’s are doing their job! Who will wins this battle?
More artwork and prototype has been ordered which should arrive next week. I will then post a how to play video.
The beaches have been hit by a devastating naval bombardment, Wave 1 landing craft have been launched, can the Germans repair their foxholes in time?
More artwork from the upcoming D-Day Operation Overlord Battle Card Game.
GERMAN FLAK IS HEAVY BUT THE GLIDERS ARE GETTING THROUGH, D-DAY HAS BEGUN! More artwork for the upcoming battle card game. (Spelling error on Artillery will be corrected)
D-Day Operation Overlord, will the Allies be able to penetrate Hitler’s Atlantic Wall or will they just receive high casualties? Artwork for the next pocket battle game coming soon.
Some more artwork for my latest pocket battle card game, D-Day Operation Overlord. This time 2 German cards.
Latest artwork for my next game D-Day Operation Overlord. It will have the same mechanic as Eastern Front with a few tweaks. More artwork will follow in the coming weeks.
Pupils at Wycombe Abbey School in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, play Western & Eastern Front Battle Games, their History Teacher Mr N George said,
“We love how quick the game is to set up – you can jump into it in a matter of minutes. The best thing about it is how thematic it is – everything from the names and artwork on the attack cards to the descriptions on the event cards gives you a really good feel for the period.
The event cards are one of our favourite bits, and they teach an important lesson, which is that you can’t plan for every eventuality – sometimes you have no choice but to use the hand you’ve got as best you can. This is much the same situation as the WW1 commanders faced, so do they deserve the blame they often get?
I think from the perspective of a History teacher these games are useful in that they get the kids asking questions and give them a feel for the period. So, thank you once again!”
If you think your school or youth group could use Western Front as a fun educational tool, please get in touch.”