Axis & Allies: Battle of The Bulge - Gameplay

Gameplay

Gameplay is divided into three phases: in the first phase, which is not performed until the fifth turn (to represent the weather conditions), aerial combat occurs. Germany deploys one bomber and three fighters, while the Allies deploy three bombers and 9 fighters into hexes on the map. After dogfighting and surviving antiaircraft fire, the planes strike at enemy ground forces and then retreat, ending the first phase. The second phase is used for ground combat: supplies are expended to let forces attack the enemy. After combat is resolved, the third phase begins. In the third phase, reinforcements are brought from off the board into the front line, and players may adjust their positions.

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