Tide of Iron: Next Wave
Fantasy Flight Games
Next Wave features everything you love about Tide of Iron, the squad-level board game of World War II tactical combat, in a Quick Start format! The starting point into the series—focusing on American and German forces that fought from D-Day across northwest Europe in 1944-1945—and boasting historical authenticity and superb production values.
Tide of Iron: Next Wave features action-based gameplay with opportunity fire, close assault, combined fire, and more, plus modular, double-sided map boards for nearly limitless combinations, hundreds of detailed, historically accurate plastic figures and customizable squads for flexible tactics, and historical scenarios that determine the forces for each side, the map board layout, victory conditions, and other details.
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