Once Guderian had turned back from Kiev, orders were issued for what was assumed to be the end of the campaign in the East. The Germans assumed that one more push would knock the Russians out of the war.
They were wrong.
As Army Group Center makes a final drive to Moscow in 1941, your Army Group South is to support that offensive by continuing the advance toward Rostov. Good luck, as
you will not get much support. You must make due with what you (...)
Case Blue is a game that covers both the Axis advance (1941 and 1942) as well as the Soviet counterattacks (Nov 42 to Jan 43) and the German counteroffensive at Kharkov (Feb-March 1943) that ended the series of campaigns in the south. The game covers in great detail all the operations from October 1941 until May 1943 on a large play area extending from Voronezh almost to the Turkish border. Case Blue covers and replaces the 1994 award winning game Enemy at the Gates. Players get to encircle Stalingrad, run their pocket and relief attempts and the many operations that game covered. It is designed to be played both separately or linked to Guderian’s Blitzkrieg II. The monster linked game allows players to run operations on the entire Eastern Front (except for Leningrad) from the fall of 1941 until mid-1943. Multiple scenarios (one map to very large) allow play to be picked up at various key points in the campaign.
OCS Game 4-10, published in 2007. Designer: Dean Essig. 9.5 maps, 10 countersheets (plus 3 marker sheets), scale is 1 hex = 5 mi/8 km. The scope of the game (either alone or with Guderian’s Blitzkrieg II) covers 178 turns, from 1 October 1941 until 29 May 1943.