Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition
Find Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition (released in 2008) information, helpful links, videos and photos below. All external links open in a new window.
- Rule Book [PDF]
- Rule Corrections and FAQs [PDF]
- There are two setup options: Spring 1941 and Spring 1942
Game Primer Video – Spring 1941 setup:
Game Primer Video – Spring 1942 setup:
A Closer Look: Spring 1941
The Axis & Allies Anniversary game box.
Inside the box: Each of the 6 powers has its own box for storing units and information cards: The United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Soviet Union, Italy, and Japan.
Inside each individual game box: Various units for board placement.
The powers – as shown on the game board.
Full game board and accessories. You’re going to need a lot of room for this game!
Unit costs, movement allowance and attack/defend values (as shown on the game board).
Capital city markers. The objective is to capture x capital cities (decided prior to beginning the game).
National Production Chart at the beginning of the game.
Setup cards for placing units at the beginning of the game.
Up close: The US navy fleet.
Up close: Japanese navy fleet.
Up close: Australian territory, including capital city Sydney.
Up close: US and Chinese infantry are similar in color.
Ready to play? Please drink responsibly. The future of the world is at stake.
A Closer Look: Spring 1942
Capital city markers, notably different from the Spring 1941 setup.
German setup at the beginning of the game. Germany has the advantage in Spring 1942.
UK setup at the beginning of the game. Note the US bomber.
China setup at the beginning of the game. Note the US fighter.
National Production Chart at the beginning of the Spring 1942 version.
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There you have it. A breakdown of Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition. Enjoy the game!