Hell Frozen Over

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The Frozen Hell Called Attu


In June of 1942, the Imperial Japanese Army seized the island of Attu in the Aleutian Islands of the United States’ Alaskan Territory. The United States, fearing the Japanese would use this strategic location as a base to control the northern Pacific Ocean’s sea lanes, launched an assault in May of 1943. The 2,500 Japanese soldiers, mostly of the 301st Independent Infantry Battalion, were dug-in in the high mountains to defend against the Americans of the 7th and 32nd Infantry Regiments of the 7th Division. An arduous, nearly three-week campaign fought in brutal Arctic conditions over bleak, rugged mountainous terrain ensued, climaxing in one of the largest Banzai charges of the war.

Hell Frozen Over is an expansion module for Heroes of the Pacific. Play nine scenarios on a unique 22”x34” Map that accurately depicts Attu’s harsh terrain. The terrain varies over eight levels in height and features boot-sticking Muskeg, rock-strewn Rough, precipitous Cliffs and jagged Razorbacks crossing the high peaks of the unforgiving, mountainous landscape. Through fog and unexpected high winds, known to the Aleuts as “Williwaws”, both sides struggle to hold and take ground. Clevesy Pass, Cold Mountain, Point Able, Engineer Hill, the Sarana Valley and Prendergast Ridge are all fought over. The fighting is hex by hex, yard by yard, bullet by bullet, hand to hand; and it won’t end until the last Japanese soldier is vanquished.


Requirements: To play Hell Frozen Over, you must own Heroes of the Pacific.

The Players Aid – Unboxing


Once Upon A Game – Unboxing

Hell Frozen Over Includes:


1 x 22”x34” Map

1 x Turn Record Track Card

1 x Terrain Effects Card

1 x Module Rules and Scenario Booklet

9 x Scenarios

Requirements: To play Hell Frozen Over, you must own Heroes of the Pacific.

Executive Producer: David Heath

Associate Producer: Blackwell Hird

Game Design: Mike Nagel

Game Development: Jeff Lewis

Manual Editor: Jeff Lewis

Counter Art: David Julien

Map Art: Marc von Martial

Scenario Designers: Jeff Lewis, Ralph Ferrari, Mark Walker

Administration: Ava Marie Heath

Customer Support: Zac Vialpando

Logistic Manager: Darren White

Graphic Design & Layout: Blackwell Hird, Christia Murray, Steve Pultorak, Steven Dennis

Box Art & Design: Blackwell Hird & David Julien

Quality Assurance: Patrick White

Playtesters: Ralph Ferrari, Jonathon Holen, Morm Lunde, Mark Mitchell, Jeff Newell, Mike Panikowski, Tyler Roush, Kevin Sharp, Ron Shirtz, Ken Tee

Special Thanks & Support: Mark Apodaca, Russell Brown, John Deluca, Debbie Deluca, Nathan Druelinger, Sean Druelinger, Ralph Ferrari, Matt Lohse, Jeff Newell, Andrew Heath, Daniel Heath, Nicholas Heath, Shane Heath, Yvonne Heath, Phil Lucero, Mark Mitchell, Steve Overton, Mike Panikowski, Tyler Roush, Noah Stoltz, Vance Strickland, Keith Tracton, Brittany Ward, Kindra White

Why We Do What We Do: We love playing games, as well as designing and developing them. We give praise and thanks to God for blessing us so we can follow our dreams and passions. We also thank you our fans, friends, and family for making this possible for us.

The Frozen Hell Called Attu


In June of 1942, the Imperial Japanese Army seized the island of Attu in the Aleutian Islands of the United States’ Alaskan Territory. The United States, fearing the Japanese would use this strategic location as a base to control the northern Pacific Ocean’s sea lanes, launched an assault in May of 1943. The 2,500 Japanese soldiers, mostly of the 301st Independent Infantry Battalion, were dug-in in the high mountains to defend against the Americans of the 7th and 32nd Infantry Regiments of the 7th Division. An arduous, nearly three-week campaign fought in brutal Arctic conditions over bleak, rugged mountainous terrain ensued, climaxing in one of the largest Banzai charges of the war.

Hell Frozen Over is an expansion module for Heroes of the Pacific. Play nine scenarios on a unique 22”x34” Map that accurately depicts Attu’s harsh terrain. The terrain varies over eight levels in height and features boot-sticking Muskeg, rock-strewn Rough, precipitous Cliffs and jagged Razorbacks crossing the high peaks of the unforgiving, mountainous landscape. Through fog and unexpected high winds, known to the Aleuts as “Williwaws”, both sides struggle to hold and take ground. Clevesy Pass, Cold Mountain, Point Able, Engineer Hill, the Sarana Valley and Prendergast Ridge are all fought over. The fighting is hex by hex, yard by yard, bullet by bullet, hand to hand; and it won’t end until the last Japanese soldier is vanquished.


Requirements: To play Hell Frozen Over, you must own Heroes of the Pacific.

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