Game Spotlight: Castle Itter

This week's spotlight is on Castle Itter, a solo board game based on one of the strangest battles of WWII. How strange? Well...the Germans sided with the Americans to fight the Nazis. I either have your attention or...wait, I see you're seeing "wargame" and want to high-tail it out of here, right? Hold on, as this is considered one of the very best games to introduce wargames to the casual player. Look, you don't have to take my word for it. Right now you can check out Episode #55 over at the Solosaurus podcast where Brandon and Carter will break it down. Will it earn the coveted "Stomp of Approval"? Hard to tell, you probably know as well as we do on how hard that is to earn, but their podcast will definately narrow down for you if this is a game you'd like to try or not. 

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Castle Itter

(15 customer review)


1 Player, 45 – 60 Minutes playing time, Ages 13 and up. Castle Itter is a light wargame focusing on one of the oddest battles of WWII where the Germans allied with the Americans to defeat the SS. This game scores in the high 7’s on Board Game Geek. We have heard from many who never play wargames due to the perceived difficulty that this one really resonates. Can you US GI’s, with their Wehrmacht allies (!) hold off the dreaded SS? Manufacturer: Dan Verssen Games (DVG). Categories: Dice, Wargame, and World War II. Game Mechanics: Action Points, Dice Rolling, and Solo / Solitaire Game

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