Lock ‘n Load: Heroes of the Gap is now ready for preorder. Heroes of the Gap, is a complete Lock ‘n Load module (you need nothing else to play), which brings the Lock ‘n Load system to the environs of Eisenbach, Germany on the first day of World War III. No, this is NOT a World at War series game, but it does take place in the universe created by World at War. This is pure, impulse-driven, tanks vs. tank, squad vs. squad, leader vs. leader, RPD vs. M60, Lock ‘n Load system gaming.

Module includes a 22" x 34" historical map of Eisenbach, the Eisenbach Bridge and river, Klappebruck, over 100 vehicles (three counter sheets), nine Mark Walker-designed scenarios ... reduced shipping (for HoG), P500 order tracking...everything y'all asked for...NOW ORDER!...more at http://www.locknloadgame.com

And while I have your attention, these are the last couple of days to get the sale price on Blood and Bridges and Day of Heroes.

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