How to plan and execute the largest military campaign in history? Find it out in board game 1941: Race to Moscow.
1-4 players; 1.5-2 hours
In 1941: Race to Moscow, players take the roles of chiefs of staff (or quartermasters) of three massive Army Groups, formed from close to 200 divisions, aiming at three targets in the Soviet Union - Moscow, Leningrad, and Rostov. The campaign was planned to be swift and daring, with a goal to reach the objectives before winter. In reality, after the final push - Operation Typhoon - the invading troops reached the vicinity of Moscow and looked through binoculars at the Kremlin spires on one frosty December morning. And then the Soviet counteroffensive started.
The game is also available on Kickstarter!
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