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Memoir ’44: Equipment Pack

| Published: 2012
Expansion for Memoir '44
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The Memoir '44 Equipment Pack is a major expansion to the Memoir '44 game system and fills a game box as big as the original board game. With 186 plastic figures, the Equipment Pack includes 108 figures from four WWII nations, including French Infantry, Finnish Ski Troops, Italian Artillery and Polish Cavalry; 24 new pieces of Artillery (Flak-88's, "Long Tom" Big Guns, M7 Priests and "Screaming Meemies" Nebelwerfers); new Beach Landing equipment that includes six amazing Hobart's Funnies, complete with accessories; six Snipers; and scores of new Armor, Vehicle and Special Weapon Assets, including some Elefant Tank Destroyers, Kübelwagen Command cars, and M2 Mortars and Machine Guns.

These figures can be deployed over many of the existing Memoir '44 scenarios and are also heavily featured in the eleven Standard, two Breakthrough and four Overlord new scenarios that come in the Equipment Pack. A rules booklet and 25 Summary cards complement this pack. This expansion requires at least one copy of the Memoir '44 base game. Many of its expansions are required to enjoy most of the included scenarios. We recommend that players at minimum own the Terrain Pack and the Winter/Desert board.

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Tide of Iron fan
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“Great addition to any Memoir 44 game!”

The Equipment Pack adds miniatures to complete any Memoir 44 game. Why use cardboard badges to show that an artillery unit is a mobile artillery unit, when you can use a miniature! my only three beefs with this expansion are:
1. Why not all the nations miniatures for each unit type, i.e. not just an elefant to represent tank destroyers, but an American M-18 and an elefant?
2. I don’t know what type of plastic they used, but paint has a hard time sticking to these miniatures. You need to fix the paint after the paint dries (with a sealant spray).
3. The scale is off on the new miniatures so that the newer armor pieces are not to scale with the original game armor pieces, and the same is true of the infantry pieces.
4. The barrels are too long on the machine gun SWA pieces, and all the barrels come out of the bags bent. (luckily, you can straighten them by dipping them in hot water, straighten them, then dip in cold water and dry off). I trimmed my barrels on the MG SWA pieces. :-O


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