Reconn. . .two Greyhounds "you go right I'll go left" One objective captured, the ruined Sherman middle bottom of the photo. . .
Move em up boys! Careful of a few Armored Cars in the area!
That was No Armored Car! That's a TIGER!!! (Actually a Mark VI, but for panic purposes, Tiger sounds better!)
ACHTUNG! JABOS!!! Flame two trucks and watch out for those Mark VI's to your right!!
With the P-47 calling in positions, and the American network,soon 155mm Shells are falling on the Panzers! Flaming one hidden Puma, one Mark VI and pinning two others !
Ahh! What have we here? A sneaky halftrack? Not on my watch! (Insert machine gun sounds here!)
One last push by the Germans with a Mark VI and Grenadiers heading to take care of some Shermans. . .And then- KABLOOOM! Mine field!
And then, a fully loaded Mustang appears ready to mop up the last of the Mark IV's Pinning one, and causing the other to rethink his chances of success! Poor quality shot I know, but you can maybe see two Shermans on the left hand road Two more in the trees to their right, and a whole bunch of Halftracks loaded with Armored Infantry on the right, to the right of the wheat fields, The Germans call off the attack. . .wisely.
That was Amazingly fun! The pictures do not do the game justice, I was getting pretty much cleaned up on the battle field. Most of my infantry pinned or hiding in buildings, the Shermans reluctant to face the Mark IV's face to face sought to flank them on the right. Luckily the P-47 found the Puma and halftrack in Ambush with another Mark IV in reserve. And my, (the) ability of the Americans to call in artillery and get some BIG assistance from 155mm guns, turned the game in the end!
I look forward to playing this again, and again, and AGAIN!!