Due to the retirement of GreenAsJade's CM Helper download site, please find CM Helper version 1.7.5 for PC attached and available here. The CMH-Dropbox location for the Mac version is -> here <-. Good luck and good gaming!
I worked my way through almost all the Avalon Hill games.
SL and ASL was as far as I got. I started playing the Beta version of CM Beyomd Overlord in around 1999. No more rule book!
I still have a boat load of Squad Leader units, maps, General magazines and scenarios in my attic.
I even have the trays to put them all the units in.
Many hours spent late in to the evening playing that game.....
Same. I got all the modules and nationalities, incl. the campaign ones (peiper, stalingrad, ...), the deluxe ones and the solitaire one, all counters and plastic trays for them. In addition to that I built the 3d version of all maps (photocopy x2) glued on foam boards with all levels (+ and -) reproduced by cutting and gluing the corresponding hexes (and painting the slopes in black) plus, the big plus, creating all houses and buildings in cardboard, with levels, painted too and also using GHQ Puter miniatures (painting like scale models which I normally do in 1/35th) of AFVs, vehicles and infantry (with color code on the base to distinguish between conscripts/2n line, 1st line, elite etc with their leaders (with their bonus + or - small stickers beneath the base). so it basically double the number of plastic trays to store all this small world. And when u play 3d with miniature on 2 times magnified hexes, u can spread ur units (instead of piling them, a crazy thing in ASL) and u also use the "information" counters (pinned, double time, jammed, ...) next to the miniatures... I did that in a few tournaments in france (i am french) and got, u bet, full attention of the specialized press...
forgot also to mention the trees to make the woods or orchard, using green moss used in railroad modelling, and glued on toothpicks painted in dark brown and planted (litteraly) in the corresponding hexes, the barbed wire made of thn thread on glued X-shapes small pieces of balsa wood, the bunkers made of modelling putty, painted in concrete grey and sized to accommodate MG or ATG GHQ miniatures, etc. the result was that i could actually visually camouflage tanks or units when placing them in the tree hexes! more real than real lol
Actually if you are looking for a game we could really use one more in the tournament I am running,
We need an even number pf players and if we do not get one more someone will hve to drop out.
PLease join up if you have CMBN and CMFB.