Paul Koenig's Market-Garden is a series of small-format, competitive introductory-level wargames covering the critical first three days of Operation Market-Garden, where the Allies attempted to seize a series of bridges in Holland and end World War 2 before Christmas. Each game in the series covers a separate bridge: Arnhem, Nijmegen, and Eindhoven.
Eindhoven Bridge is the second game in the Market-Garden series, covering the events happening at this vital river crossing from 17-19 September, 1944. Each player commands their German or American forces so as to capture key objectives on the board while keeping your casualties down (and your opponent's casualties up).
With plenty of decision making and Optional Rules to extend gameplay and realism, the very collapse of Germany is at stake as you make your stand and bring your enemies down at Eindhoven Bridge!
• One 4-page, full-color Standard Rules booklet
• One 11" x 17" paper game map with tables per bridge
• 40 1/2" double-sided game pieces per bridge
• 28 5/8" round double-sided markers per bridge
• One sheet of Exclusive Rules covering the specifics for each bridge
• Polybag packaging and component storage
Game Design: Paul Koenig
Development & Documentation: Bryan Armor
Graphic Design: Tim Allen, Alan Emrich and Bryan Armor
Playtesting: Art Bennett, Kevin Bierre, Mark Brownell, Rich Horton, Paul Koenig, Hans Korting, Eddy Riggs, Richard Allen Seibert II, Michael Seratt
Proofreading: Bill Barrett, Hans Korting, Ian Wakeham