Crossfire

"CROSSFIRE is a unique set of rules for World War II company level wargaming written by Arty Conliffe and published by Quantum Printing in 1996. On this website you will find lists of CROSSFIRE websites, FAQ links, hints & strategies, as well as information regarding the CROSSFIRE supplement book 'Hit The Dirt'."

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Clear Out The Russian Partisans!

Soviet 7.62cm Anti-Tank Gun.

Soviet 7.62cm Anti-Tank Gun.

It’s 1943 and the Germans are realising there’s no easy victories! Behind German lines large numbers of Soviet Partisans are operating and the Germans are expecting the worst. The terrain is the ‘usual’ crossfire mix, with three, ‘one sector’ villages, several hills and fields, and many woods.

The Russians place the hidden supply dumps before they know the direction of the German advance. Once the direction is determined, (either randomly, or secretly predetermined by the umpire), then the Russian uses hidden deployment, leaving about12’’ for the German player to deploy in. The German then places all his forces, and commences the game with the initiative.

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Race for the Reichstag

These are some shots of the original Crossfire demonstration game – the “Race for the Reichstag”!

This is an overview of downtown Berlin c.1945 after, Bomber Command and the 8th Air force have done some re-modelling. As modelled by Chris Leach. You are looking at the park to the left and, the Brandenburg Gate at the centre, with the Reichstag in the background. Knocked out German vehicles litter the streets. The Soviet Shock troops are massing in the burnt out buildings in the foreground.

This is an overview of downtown Berlin c.1945 after, Bomber Command and the 8th Air force have done some re-modelling. As modelled by Chris Leach. You are looking at the park to the left and, the Brandenburg Gate at the centre, with the Reichstag in the background. Knocked out German vehicles litter the streets. The Soviet Shock troops are massing in the burnt out buildings in the foreground.

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