I think this is the list so far:
"Bastogne Breakout" Covers the attack of 6th Armored out of the Bastogne perimeter, and 12. SS and 340 VGD counterattack.
"Dinant- Do or Die" Covers XLVII Pz Korps' advance toward the Meuse, 2nd Armored's counterattack.
"Greyhound Dash" Covers LVIII Pz Korps advance toward Marche, and 3rd Armored's counterattack.
"Hell on Wheels Counterattack" Covers the attack of CCA/2 from Jan 4 against SS Pz Gr Regt 4. Simple scenario, intended for beginners.
"Manhay Crossroads" Covers the advance of 2. SS Pz toward Grandmenil/ Manhay.
"Mayhem on the Meuse" What if scenario. 9. Pz have to expand a bridgehead across the Meuse, 2nd Armored counterattacks.
"Peiper crosses the Meuse" What if scenario. KG Peiper have to establish a bridgehead across the Meuse, 30th Division, 82nd Airborne and 2nd Armored are rushed to the scene to prevent this.
"Peiper's Race for the Meuse" Covers the advance of KG Peiper.
"Spearhead v. Reich" Semi-historical scenario covering the fight between 2. SS Pz and 3rd Armored. Runs for 17 days.
"The Final Jump" What if scenario. Covers a German airborne assault on the twin villages Rocherath and Krinkelt, and the German ground offensive.
"Elsenborn Ridge" Historical battle covering Rocherath Krinkelt and Peiper's breakout through Honsfeld- Büllingen.
"We fight and die here". Covers the defence of Dom. Butgenbach by 1st Division against 12. SS.
"Widening the corridor" Covers the American drive to expand the Bastogne Corridor, and the German attemps to cut it.
"Stuck in the Teeth" Krueger's 58 Panzerkorps attemps to grab the Our River bridges at Ouren and Oberhausen and exit to Houffalize or Burg Reuland.
"The Battered Bastards" 26th VGD and KG 901/Lehr attempt to reduce Bastogne before Patton's 4th Armored can relieve them.
"Race for Bastogne" 47 Panzerkorps drive to Bastogne. Germans gotta build them Our River bridges. I played this as Germans and it was a real hoot beating the 101st to Bastogne by a few hours.
"Battle of the Roadblocks" Scaled down version of 47 PanzerKorps drive from Clervaux to Bastogne & Noville.
"Patton's favorite" Scaled down version of "Battered Bastards" covering the 4th Armored relief VS 5th FJ and elements of 26th VGD. Like Höfen Ho-down, it's small enough to test out some of the new features with quick play.
"Skorzeney's bid for glory" Historically the attack on Malmedy was a disaster for Panzer Brigade 150. This scenario assumes that elements of Kampfgruppe Kuhlmann of 12SS Panzer Division have bypassed Dom. Bütgenbach to the south and are brought forward to assist Skorzeney.
"Losheim Gap" The initial objective of the LXVI (66th) Corps is to sweep around either side of the Schnee Eifel and sieze the Our River bridges at Andler, Schonberg, and Steinebruck and drive for St. Vith.
"Höfen Ho-down" The plan for General Hitzfeld's LXVII (67th) Corps, or "Corps Monschau", was to break through the American lines at Höfen and on either side of Monschau and push on past Mützenich and take up defensive positions near Eupen, providing flank protection for the 6th Panzer Armee.
"Cracking the Goose Egg" The German tide was flowing past to the North and South and rising to the east of St. Vith, and the American Commanders knew that withdrawal from the goose egg was inevitable.
"Nobody comes back" With instructions to bypass enemy stronholds, the 2 German divisions and attached units of the LXXXV Corps were to push to the west and southwest, fanning out to guard the southern flank of the 5. Panzer Armee by forming a defensive line along the Sûre river from south of Bastogne to Diekirch.
"Assault on the Sauer" The German LXXX Corps was to be the southern anchor of the Ardennes offensive. With 2 Volksgrenadier divisions and a few assault guns, the task given to LXXX Corps was to cross the Sauer River at various points and push to the south and establish defensive positions and prepare for the inevitable counterattack from General Pattons 3rd Army.
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