Back to News Listing Panzer Corps: Afrika Korps Preview AAR Released!

Posted: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 by Scott Parrino

Type: Press Release


We are happy to publish an exciting and detailed after action report (AAR) from the upcoming Panzer Corps: Afrika Korps, a turn-based strategy game from Flashback Games and The Lordz Games Studios (www.thelordzgamesstudio.com).

In the scenario Operation Battlaxe, beta tester “monkspider” tries his hand at victory as the Germans take on the British as they launch their counter-offensive to relieve Tobruk. To achieve victory, “monkspider” will have to make good use of the forces at his disposal, including his Italian allies, which are now part of a player’s permanent core force, as well as earn unique medals and heroes in battle.

To view the AAR, click here to visit our forums to follow the action!

To get more information on the upcoming Panzer Corps: Afrika Korps, visit the official product page on the Slitherine or Matrix Games sites.


About Panzer Corps: Afrika Korps

Welcome to the desert!

The year is 1941 and you will lead the German Afrika Korps, and it`s Axis allies, into Libya and Tunisia during the North African Campaign of World War II.

The reputation of the "Deutsches Afrikakorps" or "DAK" was synonymous with that of its first commander Erwin Rommel. Now it is up to you to overwhelm the Allied forces in North Africa, secure the Suez Canal and take hold of the oil-rich lands of the Arabian Peninsula; maybe even invade the underbelly of the British Empire and threaten its crown jewel: India.

Panzer Corps: Afrika Korps is an expansion for existing Panzer Corps owners and a full stand-alone for new players. With more than 20 new units, 24 new scenarios, new dynamic and varied scenarios and weather types, players will have their wits and tactics tested in this turn-based strategy game of the award-winning Panzer Corps series!

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