Remagen 1945

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Price: $ 11.00

File Type: zip

File Size: 3 MB

Pages in main/rules file: 9

Game System:

Players: 2

Designer(s): Perry Moore

demo: No demo available


On March 7th, 1945, the Americans captured one of the last standing across the mighty Rhine River in Germany. It was pure luck that the Germans had failed to blow the bridge up.

Operation Loralie, the codeword to destroy this key crossing and been fumbled. Fumbled badly by the Germans. Confusion reigned on the German side and the Americans seized the bridge.

Now, the battle began. Germany’s “wonder weapons” were all directed at the bridge, from V-2 Rockets (which came close), jet bombers, massive Jagdtiger, Jagdpanther, Tiger II tanks and even SS Frogmen, all took their turn at sending the bridge to the bottom of the Rhine. The 9th, 11th and Lehr Panzer Divisions attempted to destroy the American bridgehead but were low of fuel.

The game captures this pure luck situation, as at any moment, luck can change the course of the battle, as in real life! All the elements are present that were there in the battle. What might have happened had the bridge been destroyed after the Americans had crossed? or, had the German panzers been able to attack as a coherent force?

The game uses a point to point movement system, easy to learn and hard to master. Daily turns, units range from company to battalions. The Americans must capture the bridge and cross to expand the bridgehead.


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Comments from customers
Reviewer Value Quality Overall Comments
Gunther Bellows 10 5 10 Great game, good OOB, great miniatures potential as a control map
Paul Kantro 9 9 9 Great game. How many games have SS Frogmen and V-2 rockets?

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