D-DtB 5.0 Released
Screen shot using Vassal.org PBI module.
D-DtB 5.0 is now ready to download. The rules have been streamlined more in the combat area and generally tightened up.
A one time fee is being charged of $4.99. This will enable you to recieve every update until published as an automatically delivered e-mail.
It will also entitle you to a 25% when the rules are released.
Enjoy and Order Here
Play D-Day to Berlin with Me
I am using Vassal.org to play remote miniature board games with players. I have modified the Vassal game for Peter Pigs “ Poor Bloody Infantry” for its map and counters.
To play the game you will need to install the free version of TeamViewer on your computer (
We will then schedule a game period of an hour and you will then loginto my game computer via TeamViewer and we will play what is actually a boardgame of
D-Day to Berlin.
Sound like fun? If so e-mail me at sentry1212 at dayofbattle dot com. Please copy this into your e-mail program and fix the at and dot. Put “Playtest” in the subject header.
I look forward to gaming with you 🙂
D-Day to Berlin
Day of Battle Review
There is a new review of “Day of Battle” on Youtube.
The author did a very good job and I think he treated the rules fairly.
His Youtube page is
You can watch it at…
What rules do you play for the WOTR ..?
Follow this link for a very interesting post on The Miniatures Page on what rules are people using for the Wars of The Roses.
>>> Find this post on
There are two pages of posts with a lot of interesting suggestions such as Lion Rampant from Osprey Books and Bloody Barons from Peter Pig.
I have setup a new QRS using the MS Word flow chart feature.
I will post it here for download for interested parties to have a look at.
Comments are welcome, please send e-mails to sentry1212 at dayofbattle dot com.
Panther battalion in D-Day to Berlin
Well I have been working on a new set of WWII XXX (corps) level rules for a few months now. Besides running games with some friends I have done two game day events hosted by the MHWA as well as one at Huzzah and Havoc. All were well received and helped me fine tune my ideas.
I have finally have a working QRS and Unit cards posted here on the
D-Day to Berlin page.
I have the rules text maybe half way done, but most of the work right now goes into the QRS for play ability. Thanks to Games Poet, David P., John M. and Art F. for their help and input.