Heroes of North Africa
Heroes of North Africa Includes:
Six Double Sided Color Geomorphic 8.25” x 12.75” Standard Maps
Six Counter sheets with over 670 Counters (5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”)
One Color Core System Rules v4.1 Manual
One Color Game Module Rules and Scenarios Booklet
Three 11” x 17” Player-Aid Cards
Two 8.5” x 11” Player-Aid Cards
Two D6 Dice
One Heavy Duty Box
Time: 2-4 Hrs.
Scale: Units: Squads, Crews and Tanks
Requirements: No other product is required to play this game.
Executive Producer: David Heath
Associate Producer: Jeff Lewis
Lead System Developer: Jeff Lewis
Game Module Design: Ralph Ferrari
Box Design & Art: Blackwell Hird, David Julien
Map Art: Marc von Martial
Player-Aid Cards: Blackwell Hird, Steve Pultorak, Steve Dennis
Counter Art: David Julien
Manual Author: Jeff Lewis
Manual Editing: Jeff Lewis
Graphic Design and Layout: Blackwell Hird
Administration: Ava Marie Heath
Customer Support: Jason Church
Shipping Support: Darren White
Playtesters & Special Thanks: Ralph Ferrari, Ren Bitzer, Shauna Church, Nicholas Heath, Nick Katzer, Caleb King, Phil Lucero, Kindra White and Patrick White
Why We Do What We Do: We love designing, developing and, most of all, playing games. We thank God for blessing us so we can follow our passions and our family and friends for their support.
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Sand, Dust, and Bullets…… Welcome to North Africa
The Lock ’n Load Tactical Series hits harsh and unforgiving desert terrain in Heroes of North Africa. As World War II unfolded, Mussolini and Italy’s colonial expansion in Libya and East Africa were at stake, as well as the Axis’s desire to control the Mediterranean Sea and the Suez Canal. In the beginning, only Britain and her Commonwealth Allies could stop them. From 1940 to 1943 a relentless, bloody push and pull of forces across the desert, from Egypt to Morocco, ensued.
Play dynamic scenarios that feature everything that makes the award-winning Lock ’n Load Tactical Series stand out—fluid, impulse-based turns; squad-level and individual heroics—plus lots of armor and unique rules to bring desert combat to life. Italians, including paratroopers from the rugged Folgore Division, and Rommel’s vaunted Afrika Korps take on the resolute British Eighth Army. The Free French and Americans also get into the action. The battles start in 1940, with a few in East Africa, and Sidi Barrani, Egypt, and continue up to El Alamein and the Americans’ first taste of combat during Operation Torch, in November of 1942. Heroes of North Africa has the most components of any game in the series to date, so find a pair of goggles; the dust and sand of the desert is going to fly!