News for May 2012
The Rules of War
The Rulebook for FORTRESS AMERICA is Now Available on our Support Page
Fortress America | Published 17 May 2012

Fortress America is coming soon, and you can prepare by downloading the complete rules (pdf, 33.9 MB) from our support page! This updated version of Michael Gray's 1986 classic pits one player, in control of the beleaguered American forces, against up to three others, who team up to assault the U.S. on three fronts. Featuring beautifully crafted components (including over 300 detailed plastic figures), Fortress America thrusts players into a frightening geopolitical scenario in which diplomacy has failed, and World War III has begun.

A war on three fronts

In Fortress America, the United States must defend itself from three deadly invading armies: the Asian People’s Alliance from the West, the Central American Federation from the South, and the Euro-Socialist Pact from the East. Players take on either the role of the United States, struggling to protect itself from foreign threats, or the role of one or more of the invading armies, fighting battle after battle to acquire important territories.

Learn more by downloading the rules or visiting our detailed description page, then head to your local retailer to place your pre-order. WWIII will begin soon!

Fortress America is a board game of strategy and survival for two to four players. This updated version of the 1986 classic pits the United States against three invading coalitions in a desperate siege. Featuring beautifully crafted components, Fortress America thrusts players into a frightening geopolitical scenario in which diplomacy has failed and another World War has started.

FORTRESS AMERICA is a trademark of HASBRO, Inc. in the U.S.A. and other countries. Game images © 2012 HASBRO.

    
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