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Infantry Attacks
#21
Are the maps in IA different to those in other east front ones & can they be used for WW2 PG games?
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#22
The IA maps are entirely compatible with the WW2 PG games.

The maps in Infantry Attacks: August 1914 are not found in any other boxed games. You can see what they look like by perusing the image gallery at BGG. http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/42897/infantry-attacks-august-1914
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#23
Two of them (Maps 45 and 49) are used in Workers and Peasants and Power of the East , and are already in the Map Library:
PG-HQ>Library>Maps
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#24
Infantry Attacks is back in print. If the needed components were the counters, I imagine they're laser cut.
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#25
I would also like to see a sub/sister site for IA, and it would encourage me to get back into playing it. Analyzing the differences between IA and infantry/artillery-only PG games would make for an interesting study. When developing IA, I intended to make it a lot bloodier than PG, and I'd like to see how that affects the game-play experiences of others here on PG-HQ.
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#26
I have only played two IA scenarios but found they play quite different than somewhat similar PG scenarios, especially on the attack.
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#27
We are going to have to add a folder similar to this one for Modern War!
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#28
To Hell With Spain is once again available for those of you who missed it, but only as a reward for participating (donating) to consimworld's membership drive this year.
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#29
I just now realize the Infantry units in Infantry Attacks are company size, unlike Panzer Grenadier where they are platoon size. That explains their strength!
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