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Wax Museum - Combat Mission: Final Blitzkrieg

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Wax Museum

By ASL Veteran
Allies 1 - 1 - 1 Axis
Rating: 8.16 (5)
Games Played: 3
SM: 10
Turns: 120
Type: Stock
First Side: Allies
Second Side: Axis
6th SS Mountain Division holds out in Wingen
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
a1steaks's Profilea1steaks Well Balanced 9
M.J.H.'s ProfileM.J.H. Slightly Pro Axis 8
A Canadian Cat's ProfileA Canadian Cat Moderately Pro Axis 7
ANKulin's ProfileANKulin Well Balanced 9
Panzer Lehr's ProfilePanzer Lehr Slightly Pro Allies 8
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
Allies ANKulin's Profile ANKulin vs. Panzer Lehr Panzer Lehr's Profile Axis Allies Minor Victory 80 40
Axis M.J.H.'s Profile M.J.H. vs. A Canadian Cat A Canadian Cat's Profile Allies Axis Major Victory 100 20
Allies a1steaks's Profile a1steaks vs. weapon2010 weapon2010's Profile Axis Draw 60 60
M.J.H.
Technical Sergeant
M.J.H. Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:17 pm
Certainly a difficult task for the Allies to attack entrenched positions covered by so many automatic weapons. Ambushes can be deadly. At the same time, the Axis player is hard pressed to counter a number of flanks.
A Canadian Cat
Captain
A Canadian Cat Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:56 pm
Very challenging for the allies. Interesting map and an excellent infantry fight.
Author of: Whose Turn Is It? - http://www.lesliesoftware.com/products/WhoseTurnIsIt / CMFI Sicily Pathfinders(not playable H2H) / CMBS Opportunity Knocks (scenarios, maps and mods here)
ANKulin
Corporal
ANKulin Mon Nov 19, 2018 11:56 pm
An enjoyable scenario. But very large (2 hours I think). I just looked at my game files and this took us over 1 year to complete by PBEM. Wow.

One qualm is where US forces start up and show up as reinforcements on the map. Pretty far out there (map is quite large) and so a lot of time is spent just walking into position. A large part of my last group of reinforcements became exhausted simply walking in the woods to get to a jump off point (and would inexplicably decide, that being exhausted, the best way to conserve strength, would be to crawl to the next waypoint!!).

Thought the amount of armor and artillery available to the US forces was adequate for the job.

Recommended.
Regards,Andrew Kulinwww.andrewkulin.com