Memoir '44 Air Pack
When we first tackled this project, we also realized it was a terrific opportunity to go back and issue in a single soft-bound 80pp volume, a compilation of all the official Memoir '44 scenarios published to date, including those that first appeared in magazines such the June 2004 issue of Game Trade magazine, with its now long out-of-print copy of St-Lô, The Attack on Hill 192.
With the hindsight and benefit of the many Memoir '44 expansions published since then, we have revised many of these battles, taking advantage of the countless new terrain and troop types now available to veteran Memoir '44 players.
Messerschmitt Bf 109
Winner of Dice Tower's
Best Game Expansion Award
Our largest expansion to date yet...
From the Battle of Britain in the summer and fall of 1940, to the air bombing raids deep into Nazi territory and over Japanese cities in mid-1945 - the airplanes, pilots and the men and women who kept them flying, all had a profound impact on the outcome of the War and the bitterly fought ground battles thousands of feet beneath them.
The painted airplane miniatures that come with this expansion and the Air rules that accompany them invite you to climb in your seat, strap on your harness and take to the skies! Equipped with them, you will relive all the battles you've played to date, but with a twist; this time around, you will experience first-hand of how different a fight can be, when seen and fought from the skies!
These Air rules were designed to be easily adapted and retrofitted to the now over eight hundred scenarios published by the players' community in the Scenarios from the Front section.
We also opted to include three punchboards to help further round out and perfect the visual aspect of your battlefields. And finally, this pack would not have been complete without a comprehensive, 120 card summary deck that describes in detail every single terrain, special rule, troop type and nation introduced in the base game and the expansions published since the game's launch on the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
Enjoy the many flight hours ahead of you...
Richard Borg and the Days of Wonder Air Squad!