The long-awaited LnL module A Ring of Hills, which depicts the ground combat during the Falklands War in 1982 between the British and the Argentines, will be going to the printer very soon. A Ring of Hills is an expansion module, and LnL: Band of Heroes is required to play it.

A Ring of Hills comes with 12 Scenarios, 5 gorgeous geomorphic maps, 170 counters, module-specific rules, and a player-aid card.

The 12 Scenarios feature the combat from Goose Green and Darwin Hill, to the commando raid on Top Malo House, to the fight for the outer and inner Ring of Hills to the west of Stanley, including Two Sisters, Mt. Longdon, Wireless Ridge, Mt. Tumbledown and Mt. William. The initial seizures of Stanley and the island of South Georgia (a scenario that includes the Argentine corvette the Guerrico, the first Ship in LnL!) are also featured, as are two what-if scenarios that depict an opposed British landing at San Carlos and a last-ditch fight on the outskirts of Stanley.

Accompanied by Harrier and Pucara Strikes and plenty of artillery, Argentine Conscripts, Marines and Amphibious Commandoes take on British Paras, Royal Marines and Gurkhas for the bleak, windswept islands of the South Atlantic, in historical battles that fit perfectly with the LnL Tactical Gaming System.

The game is still available at the pre-order price on our Web site: www.locknloadgame.com.

The screen shot is of the Argentine corvette, the Guerrico, providing close support for the Argentine Marines seizing the island of South Georgia.

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Comment by Dave Smith on July 26, 2009 at 10:28pm
Now if only it had zombies.........
Comment by Yvan DESCOTES on July 26, 2009 at 2:12pm
Yeah, another modern era game!
Comment by Andy Brown on July 25, 2009 at 7:36pm
Times like this I'm glad to be a gamer! Wow!
Comment by Mark H. Walker on July 24, 2009 at 4:54am
Oops, had to resize the image. It should look okay now.
Comment by Stephen Moores on July 23, 2009 at 8:12am
Wow I can't wait. Apparently some Gurkhas were detailed to guard some increasingly stroppy Argentine POW's. A spanish speaking British Captain restored order by telling the POW's the Gurkhas were cannibals.

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