Frontline General: San Pietro Infine Announced - Box Art Preview below


Collins Epic Wargames is planning to offer Frontline General: San Pietro Infine for preorder in May 2009 at a significant discount for early orders. Entirely tactical, this wargame covers the WWII Battle of San Pietro in its entirety through a series of challenging scenarios. New US, German, and Italian units represent the full historic strength of the fighting forces that struggled for control of the mountains Sammucro, Lungo, and Rotondo, and the small village of San Pietro Infine located in the foothills of Monte Sammucro in Italy during December 1943.

Collins Epic Wargames is working with artist Mark Mahaffey to produce a functional and beautiful large, mounted 32”x27” full color map at a scale of 1”=500’. Each 1.2” hex represents 200 yards with platoons and sections as the basic maneuver units. All terrain modifiers are conveniently printed right in the hex to provide even more terrain representation flexibility and ease of reference during the game. Large 7/8” counters are easy to read and pair one for one with the game’s Unit Cards – Cards that handle all of the important combat and maneuver stats, track earned experience, and provide a step-loss reduction to easily track damage.

More information will be released on Frontline General: San Pietro Infine once it is available for preorder. Also planned is a series of videos to preview the game’s components and gameplay once the artwork is refined. For now, please enjoy a preview of the box art by artist Mark Mahaffey.

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