Whether you’re an ASL collector, player, or both there’s one thing you wait for … news on upcoming ASL releases. Multi-Man Publishing recently dropped a summary of their planned 2022 ASL schedule, and it’s going to be a busy year … and painful on our wallets.
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The Battle of Mokra – In the early morning of September 1st, 1939 Germany initiated the invasion of Poland. While the invasion itself was not a surprise, the speed of the ‘blitzkrieg’ was, even to the Poles who were prepared for the invasion as best as possible.
Hints were dropped earlier this year that MMP has begun playtesting of a new historical Advanced Squad Leader Starter Kit campaign game unofficially titled Marco Polo Bridge, named after the incident that occurred in China in 1937.
Multi-Man Publishing has put Yanks up for preorder. This printing is essentially identical to the 2016 printing, so it is basically a straight re-print. If you don’t have a copy of the update Yanks I highly recommend that you preorder a copy as it likely won’t be available again for 5-10 years once this reprint actually begins to ship (likely a year from now).
If ASL armor battles are in your wheelhouse, then PROKHOROVKA! is probably the module you’ve been looking for, portraying the largest armor clashes in modern warfare history.
ASLSK Bonus Pack #2 is a new scenario and map pack. This Bonus Pack features two new, 8 scenarios that encompass a wide range of actions from China in 1938 to The Philippines in 1945.
The last time the Italian module was in print was in 1990 … 31 years ago. This version adds many elements from West of Alamein as well as some other goodies. Read the official announcement below the break.
ASL Resource by: Neal Ulen Have you ever been in the middle of a scenario, specifically in the middle of an armor slugfest, when you can’t remember what that number, symbol, square, or circle means on a vehicle counter? We’ve all been there … it’s okay. I’ve got you covered. I’ve created a handy-dandy, quick […]
Announcement by: Neal Ulen I‘m just posting up a reminder that asl-players.net accepts user submitted AARs, ASL news, tournament announcements, or other meaningful ASL content. But, the primary purpose of the site is to create a database of player written AARs that would be a “one stop shop” for scenario replay research. That can only […]