Ian Brody's SHAEF World War 2 board game

Created by Will Townshend, PSC Games

A two-player, card-driven World War II strategy game covering the period from June 1944 to March 1945, from the designer of the Quartermaster General series. This shop offers you the chance to pre-order SHAEF ahead of its estimated shipping date in June 2018. Although you will not receive the Kickstarter Exclusive dice, you will benefit from a great discount to the MSRP and we're also offering you the chance to buy another of Ian's games - Victory or Death - at a special discount too.

Latest Updates from Our Project:

Wrapping up the SHAEF Kickstarter
15 days ago – Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 01:06:51 PM

As this Kickstarter campaign has now been fulfilled, we’re going to close down our BackerKit survey and stop monitoring comments on the Kickstarter campaign page.

We’ll close the BackerKit survey on Friday 7 December, so if you haven’t yet completed your survey please do so now. We’ll also stop monitoring the comments section on this Kickstarter campaign on the same day.

We’d love you to continue contributing to an online community, so please head over to the Boardgamegeek entry for this game to post further comments: SHAEF.

If you have any further questions about your pledge please contact Anita: anita-theplasticsoldierco@hotmail.co.uk.

Finally, thanks again for backing Ian Brody’s and PSC Games’s Kickstarter.

SHAEF is in our warehouse!
3 months ago – Mon, Sep 10, 2018 at 11:23:15 AM

Good news - our shipment of SHAEF has arrived and we are getting ready to ship it out to you all! You should receive your copy very soon - once again, thanks for backing our Kickstarter campaign and we hope you really enjoy playing Ian Brody's new game when it hits your doorstep!

Good news – SHAEF has left the factory!
5 months ago – Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 01:51:45 AM

Finally, after a much lengthier wait than we’d expected, SHAEF has left the factory and the pallets are on their way!

We apologise that it’s taken us this extra time to get everything in place, but arranging the shipping has been … let’s say … complicated.

Most importantly, however, your games are on their way to us now and – transportation and customs allowing – we should have the pallets with us in about a month’s time. We’ll update you again once they’ve cleared customs and hit our warehouse, which will mean we’re about to start shipping your games directly to you.

Thanks for your patience over the past few weeks, we’re really looking forward to getting Ian Brody’s latest game out to you all!

Lincoln by Martin Wallace – funded in under 4 hours and first stretch goals unlocked!
7 months ago – Fri, May 11, 2018 at 02:28:19 AM

Join our campaign HERE.

Stretch goal 1: GBP £12,000 - UNLOCKED As a Kickstarter Exclusive, we'll give you stickers to place on the European Influence and Blockade wooden counters.

Stretch goal 2: GBP £15,000 - UNLOCKED We'll upgrade the card decks to a higher quality linen finish.

Stretch goal 3: GBP £20,000 - UNLOCKED We'll upgrade the thickness of the card counters – we love the feel of slightly chunkier counters as we remove enemy armies from the board!

Stretch goal 4: GBP £25,000 - UNLOCKED As a Kickstarter Exclusive, we'll give you 22 wooden Victory Point counters.

Due to ship September 2018

PSC Games: Martin Wallace’s Lincoln now live on Kickstarter
7 months ago – Wed, May 09, 2018 at 09:40:04 PM

Hi everyone, 

We hope you don't mind us sharing some news with you about our latest Kickstarter campaign:

PSC Games has just launched the Kickstarter for Martin Wallace’s Lincoln board game. Join our campaign here.

Lincoln is a fast-paced, card-driven strategy wargame for two players, set in the American Civil War – allowing you to refight the entire war at a strategic level in under two hours. Gameplay uses area movement and area control, with decks of cards providing your command choices and luck.

The Union and Confederate players each have their own card decks, reflecting the historical strengths and weaknesses of both sides. The underlying game mechanism is one of ‘deck destruction’ – the opposite of deck building.

The Union player has to play a very good game to win – a few mistakes will cost you the war! The Confederate player has to make the best of a strong starting position – your resources will dwindle as the war progresses!