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Pacific Islands Campaign

Pacific Islands Campaign - Guam

The Guam Box Cover:


This is a great game, with plenty of detail, of the critical Battle to retake Guam from 21 July through 10 August 1944.  These larger island battles are great for examining how the US began its leapfrogging technique to gain pivotal and critical island locations where bases could be set up to support the strategic battle on the home islands of Japan.  Guam would go on to become a major B-29 base and serve as a springboard for launching additional island invasions that pierce the Japanese Defense Perimeter.

Scenarios include:
The Recapture of Guam - the entire campaign to retake the island from the Japanese.  It provides the most fun and possibilities in maneuver for both sides.
The Seizure of the Orote Peninsula - this small scenario focuses on the portion of the battle where the US took the Orote Peninsula.
From Mt. Barrigada to the Northern Shores - this is the battle for the remaining northern portion of the battle.  pretty much a forgone conclusion but the Japanese still have some fight in them.
The Fight for Southern Guam - this scenario takes you through the early part of the battle to take the southern portion of the island.

Game Design: Chris Fasulo Sr
Map Art: Kyle Gebhardt



Key Features                                                                     

  • (4) 11" x 17" game maps of the island of Guam

  • Full Color Order of Battle Charts for the Marines, Army, Navy, and Japanese

  • Numerous charts and tables

  • Approximately 800 Die Cut Unit Counters and Markers

  • Units at the company/battery level and able to build into larger units

  • (4) Scenarios that allow play on smaller parts of the battle or the entire affair

  • Highly detailed without overbearing rules

  • Excellent Solitaire Play


The price for this product is $50 plus shipping and handling.  Florida residents add Sales Tax (7%).
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Pacific Islands Campaign - Saipan/Tinian

The Saipan/Tinian Box Cover:


This is a great game, with plenty of detail, of the critical Battle to take Saipan and Tinian from 15 June through 8 August 1944.  These larger island battles are great for examining how the US began its leapfrogging technique to gain pivotal and critical island locations where bases could be set up to support the strategic battle on the home islands of Japan.  Saipan and Tinian would go on to become major B-29 bases and serve as a springboard for launching additional island invasions that pierce the Japanese Defense Perimeter.  The fighting for Saipan was so severe that a US Army General was relieved of command because his unit could not budge the Japanese for days while the Marines were making progress on both flanks.

Scenarios include:
Operation "FORAGER"
Death Valley
To the North
Banzaii!!!
Mini-campaign - Saipan
Mini-campaign - Tinian

Game Design: Chris Fasulo Sr
Map Art: Kyle Gebhardt



Key Features                                                                     

  • (4) 11" x 17" game maps of the islands of Saipan and Tinian

  • Full Color Order of Battle Charts for the Marines, Army, Navy, and Japanese

  • Numerous charts and tables

  • Approximately 1000 Die Cut Unit Counters and Markers

  • Units at the company/battery level and able to build into larger units

  • (6) Scenarios that allow play on smaller parts of the battle or the entire affair

  • Highly detailed without overbearing rules

  • Excellent Solitaire Play


The price for this product is $55 plus shipping and handling.  Florida residents add Sales Tax (7%).
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Pacific Islands Campaign - Iwo Jima

The Iwo Jima Box Cover:


This Pacific Islands Campaign game is my personal favorite.  My Uncle Vinny served in the 5th Marine Division Artillery and helped with the reduction of "Hot Rocks" (Mt Suribachi).

Scenarios include:
Operation "DETACHMENT"

Game Design: Chris Fasulo Sr
Map Art: Kyle Gebhardt



Key Features                                                                     

  • (4) 11" x 17" game maps of the islands of Iwo Jima

  • Full Color Order of Battle Charts for the Marines, Navy, and Japanese

  • Numerous charts and tables

  • Approximately 800 Die Cut Unit Counters and Markers

  • Units at the company/battery level and able to build into larger units

  • (6) Scenarios that allow play on smaller parts of the battle or the entire affair

  • Highly detailed without overbearing rules

  • Excellent Solitaire Play


The price for this product is $50 plus shipping and handling.  Florida residents add Sales Tax (7%).
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Pacific Islands Campaign - Pelelieu/Angaur

The Pelelieu/Angaur Box Cover:


Scenarios include:
Operation "STALEMATE II"

Game Design: Chris Fasulo Sr
Map Art: Kyle Gebhardt



Key Features                                                                     

  • (4) 11" x 17" game maps of the islands of Pelelieu and Angaur

  • Full Color Order of Battle Charts for the Marines, Army, Navy, and Japanese

  • Numerous charts and tables

  • Approximately 800 Die Cut Unit Counters and Markers

  • Units at the company/battery level and able to build into larger units

  • (6) Scenarios that allow play on smaller parts of the battle or the entire affair

  • Highly detailed without overbearing rules

  • Excellent Solitaire Play


The price for this product is $45 plus shipping and handling.  Florida residents add Sales Tax (7%).
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