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  • Summary: Created by Richard Borg, Memoir '44 was originally developed to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. The board game has become a historical phenomenon, selling over 100,000 copies at retail. Game play centers on hundreds of different WWII battle scenarios, each mimicking the lay of the battlefield and the troop placements and objectives of each army. Commanders deploy their troops into action through the play of Command and Tactic cards that greatly contribute to the game's flavor and tactical challenges. Expand
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  1. Dec 4, 2011
    very interesting ww2 turn based strategy, sometimes it kind a hard to play when the cards and die rolls are against you :D good thing is you can try it for free, you just need gold bars, you get 50 at the start Expand
  2. Apr 4, 2012
    This is the online version of my favorite board game. The game revolves around each player taking turns as playing the Axis/Allied in scenarios based on historical battles. Unfortunately, this game features a pay-to-play model, and only two of the historical scenarios are actually free-to-play. Still, since those two are free and you can play them over-and-over again as much as you like, I encourage everyone to try it. If you have other board-game-playing members in your family, it may convince you to go out and purchase the actual board game, if nothing else. Expand
  3. Mar 6, 2012
    Before you read this know, I play the board game, and the video game. I love the board game, and this is my thoughts on the VIDEO GAME, the game itself is flawless. Great game, but needs work, I think that the strategy genre gets overlooked, but this game is one of them that caused it. It need enough work for me to say, I don't like it. The Dice make it impossible to win really, and it uses graphic performance far beyond the graphics of the game itself! I would not recommend this. The board game was fun, the game was not. Collapse