Deutsche Afrika Korps (DAK)

Posted: June 9, 2011 in Scenario, World War II

The DAK scenario series simulates the campaign in the Western Desert of North Africa during WWII. Italians supported by the german DAK battle it out against the british supported by units from the commonwealth and free forces from the occupied countries in europe. There are campaigns of three different lengths that all start on the 15th of September 1940. The grand campaign end in November 1942. There is also a separate scenario for a campaign starting with Operation Brewity 15th may 1941.

This scenario is loosely inspired by the boardgames DAK and DAK2 by Multimanpublishing.

  • Players: 1-2.
  • AI Capability: Yes. There is a special Axis AI scenario variant. There has also been done minor adaptations for the AI to play the allies.
  • Engine: AT.
  • Events: Yes. Weather, sandstorms, Polish & Free french volunteers, Mussolini offensive demands, German intervention, US lend lease, German acclimatisation, The tiger convoy. There are also some secret events.
  • Production: A mix of normal production and historical reinforcements. Units are semihistorical.
  • Scale: Each round is 5 days. The grand campaign is ca 150 rounds long. Units are on a battalion or regimental scale with Corps HQs. Map size 172*61.
  • Availability: Through donation.

Here is a thread about the creation of the scenario with some more information and screenshots.

Map overview
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Comments
  1. Robert Viener says:

    Please advise info for donation/purchase.
    Robert Viener

    • grymme says:

      The same way as for other scenarios, send a couple of $ to my paypal accaount. Can read it in closer detail in the post “questions & answers”

      Sincerely,

      Tomas

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