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For your consideration, a vintage 1991 World War II Pacific Theater of Operations Combat Game (TSR, 3031). The game is used but complete and in nice overall condition. The box shows some wear and tear but nothing too serious. The two maps sections were taped together at one time and there are still a few residual strips of tape clinging to the edges. But these don't affect the maps in a manner to interfere with game play. Overall a great game to add to your collection or to simply play and enjoy. About the game...


In 1941, Japan launched a surprise air attack against the U.S. fleet at Pearl Harbor. Then almost overnight Thailand, Malaya, Wake Island, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Phillipines, Burma and a host of Pacific islands most Americans had never heard of fell to a Japanese army and navy that seemed unstoppable.

This WORLD WAR II grand strategic game covers the P.T.O. and the Asian Mainland from 1937 to 1945. Carrier Raids, amphibious operations, strategic warfare, industry, island hopping, and sub warfare are among the game's special features. It covers the full strategic war with strong operational elements. Outstanding features include: Illustrated examples of play; 1,200 die-cut counters; Fully compatible rules with WW II:E.T.O.; 11 scenarios of varying length.

The game contents include: 2-23 inches by 34 inches maps; 1-48 Page Rule Book; 1-16 Page Scenario Book; 2-Player Aid Cards; 2-Counter Trays with Lids; 4-sheets of Task Force/Supply Base labels and 1200 counters.


The Complexity Level is rated MEDIUM for scenarios and HIGH for Campaigns. Solitaire Suitability is rated HIGH for scenarios and MEDIUM for Campaigns. Game length will depend on which Scenario or Campaign is chosen to be played.

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