Tag: Historical

Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK

Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK


ASL News by: Neal Ulen 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. The news of this activity by MMP may have fallen through the various […]

PROKHOROVKA! Pre-Order

PROKHOROVKA! Pre-Order


Announcement by: Neal Ulen Third party publisher Advancing Fire has just put their Kursk ASL module, PROKHOROVKA!, up for pre-order. We will have an unboxing video as soon as it is available (probably January, 2022). Here’s the pre-order link. If ASL armor battles are in your wheelhouse, then PROKHOROVKA! is probably the module you’ve been […]

Advanced Squad Leader - Decision at Elst CG

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Decision at Elst CG Date 6 (END!)


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Decision at Elst CG Date 6 AAR Here’s the historical situation: Date: Sept 25, 1944 – Mid-Day Attacker: British – Elements of 214th Brigade, 43rd Wessex Division Defender: Germans – Elements of Kampfgruppe Knaust Decision at Elst covers actions centered on the town of Elst (Holland), located on […]

Advanced Squad Leader - Decision at Elst CG

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Decision at Elst CG Date 5


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Decision at Elst CG Date 5 AAR Here’s the historical situation: Date: Sept 25, 1944 – Morning (note that CG date 4, Sept 24, Afternoon, was an Idle date for both sides) Attacker: British – Elements of 214th Brigade, 43rd Wessex Division Defender: Germans – Elements of Kampfgruppe […]

Advanced Squad Leader - Decision at Elst CG

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Decision at Elst CG Date 3


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Decision at Elst CG Date 3 AAR Here’s the historical situation: Date: Sept 24, 1944 – Mid-Day Attacker: British – Elements of 214th Brigade, 43rd Wessex Division Defender: Germans – Elements of Kampfgruppe Knaust Decision at Elst covers actions centered on the town of Elst (Holland), located on […]

Advanced Squad Leader - Decision at Elst CG

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Decision at Elst CG Date 2


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Decision at Elst CG Date 2 AAR Here’s the historical situation: Date: Sept 24, 1944 – Morning Attacker: British – Elements of 214th Brigade, 43rd Wessex Division Defender: Germans – Elements of Kampfgruppe Knaust Decision at Elst covers actions centered on the town of Elst (Holland), located on […]

Advanced Squad Leader - Decision at Elst CG

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Decision at Elst CG Date 1


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Decision at Elst CG Date 1 AAR Here’s the historical situation: Date: Sept 23, 1944 – Afternoon Attacker: British – Elements of 214th Brigade, 43rd Wessex Division Defender: Germans – Elements of Kampfgruppe Knaust Decision at Elst covers actions centered on the town of Elst (Holland), located on […]

Biazza Ridge Campaign Game Unboxing

Biazza Ridge Campaign Game Unboxing


The Biazza Ridge campaign game is an ASL historical study game released by Advancing Fire, a new Italian developer. I previously profiled Brevity Assault which is an operational level module focusing on Commonwealth versus German/Italian forces around Halfaya Pass, Egypt in 1941. They have four planned Advanced Squad Leader historical modules/campaign games, filling in some […]

Brevity Assault Campaign Game Unboxing

Brevity Assault Campaign Game Unboxing


Brevity Assault is a new historical campaign game released by Advancing Fire, a new Italian developer. Brevity Assault is the first of four planned campaign games. The next released was Biazza Ridge, covering the fighting on the island of Sicily between the Germans (and Italians) and American forces. I will do a similar unboxing for […]

Breaking Heartstrings ASL Campaign Game

Breaking Heartstrings ASL Campaign Game


Breaking Heartstrings is Lone Canuck Publishing’s Advanced Squad Leader PTO tactical mission that never saw a release as an official module. Instead George Kelln offered it up for free as part of his “ASL for Fun” series. Every part of it is downloadable, including a full VASL map. In my case I managed to snag […]

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