High Ground 2 Released For Pre-Order!

Gentlemen,

Our newest release, High Ground 2, is now available for preorder at http://boundingfire.com/

Retail price is $55, but the preorder price is $45

We plan to release this at ASLOK, and those attending will be able to purchase at the preorder price.

High Ground 2 contains the following:

  • 4 geomorphic mapboards
  • 1 large overlay
  • 16 scenarios
  • ITR rules replacement page

The mapboards include the previously out of print HG I and II, now BFP H and I, as well as two other mountain boards with village terrain, BFP J and K. Seven scenarios are revised from the original HG, with 9 brand new designs. Overall the scenarios feature a wide array of forces from Russian vs. German to INA, Japanese, British, American, Italian, Allied Minors, Vichy French, and Germans under attack by a Partisan force, with Axis Minors counterattacking.

Chas

Bounding Fire Productions, LLC

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Comment by Roger Morley on August 17, 2010 at 3:40pm
I am glad I asked that question! Thats fair enough, I guess i will have to hold fire ordering a copy. I wish all the success with it mate, it is great to see new material coming out
Comment by Brian Blad on August 17, 2010 at 2:42pm
Roger..wish I could say it was stand alone. It's an add on for the Advanced Squad Leader game system (trademark/copyright Hasbro, licensed to MMP). You'd have to have the ASL Rules, Yanks, Byond Valor, and more to be able to play the contents of this pack..
Comment by Roger Morley on August 16, 2010 at 3:43pm
I know you do, as i saw that on your website, and your freight charges are a lot better than some other companies, who have added up $25 to the cost of a game.
My last comment was more of a general statement with regards to getting games from the US.
Is this a complete standalone game, as I would be quite interested in getting a copy.
Comment by Brian Blad on August 16, 2010 at 2:31pm
Actually Roger we include freight in our price. $10 US to the UK is a pretty decent price I'm told (if you consider the price difference between domestic US and International pre-order prices)
Comment by Roger Morley on August 16, 2010 at 12:03pm
Looks really good, but like all new games that come onto the scene, unless you live in the US or Canada, you get stung with big shipping charges which is a bit of a deterrent.

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