The Mekevas and newer equipment is left out of the game. While the addition of the Israeli Artillery Counters are nice it would still have been nice to see some of the newer Israeli Equipment included.
A listing of the support units attached to the German 4th Army Corps HQ during Barbarossa.
The 1 Company, 48 Flak Btn and 275th Army Flak Btn are broken down to Platoon/Battery, but many units have no breakdown eg 404 Military Police Btn.
There is also a list of which Divisions are attached at which times.
Useful if incomplete, but given the price can't expect too much.
A barbarossa campaign based on the attack on Kharkov with 12 scenarios and force selecors for 57 ID, 101 LD Germans and 216 RD Soviets provided all based around an infantry platoon with support options.
Date Added: 10/24/2021 09:22:07
A 'camp' surrounded by a wooden stockade with a single gate and 4 wooden fighing platforms art each corner.
There are 3 versions, square grid, hex grid and no grid.
It feels more like a permanent site, rather than a camp, but I can see many uses for it.
Date Added: 10/21/2021 22:52:48
I am revising my review on this title. Initially I didn't like it because it didn't have some of the things I wanted most:
*Non-tactical combat rules
*More story tracks
I still don't think I'll ever use the multiplayer rules, but I have played several games with Escalating Battles, Progressive Difficulty (method 2 - includes elite enemies and difficulty toggles), and Deployment variables.
I am currently combining these rules with some of optional rules in the base set:
* Combat events
* Story Track
* Red and Black missions
So my campaign goal is to try and finish the story track with these rules, and complete a black mission by turn 25. If I can do that, I will declare "I have beat the game."
Big fan of this map. The art is colorful, moody, but clear, it's easy to discern which parts of the rooftops are neon billboards, HVAC vents, and so forth. Made for an excellent setpiece in our Cyberpunk RED campaign, [Red Sky City](https://youtu.be/i8rhcqErqxc). Easily works with VTT software. Recommended.
Full Video Review: https://youtu.be/8sI1a8bg0Xo
Reign in Hell: Oculus Spear, is a well polished, thoroughly playtested set of scenarios, wrapped in a simple, demonic story, padded out with a meaty mechanical challenge. If you like the base game, this will be a very fresh change of pace. And If you like solo gaming, you’ll find this one’s got a hell of a bite.
Another excellent addition to Combat HQ. It's not essential to play, but it certainly adds all the bells and whistles to the rules. If you enjoy playing Combat HQ on your table top you will feel the same way about adding this to your collection.
Combat HQ is an excellent set of simple, very readable rules, which find a nice balance between playability and realism when playing World War Two table top wargames. Jim does a great job in capturing all aspects of combat without getting bogged down in too many tables and too much die rolling. The system is consistent across all the game mechanics which makes it very easy to play once the basics are mastered. For all my larger scale battalion games Combat HQ would be my first choice.