IPC Record Sheet

This is the new classic game of Axis & Allies. Designed for 2-5 players, the game is set in 1942 – the historical high-water mark of Axis expansion.
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TexCapPrezJimmy
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IPC Record Sheet

Post by TexCapPrezJimmy » Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:53 pm

Hello,

This is a link to an IPC record sheet for AA 1942 for anyone that is interested:

http://www.mediafire.com/?2zwhgndmoez

It's probably a little overkill but I think it's nice to look back and see the overall game trends.

Cheers,
TCPJ

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Re: IPC Record Sheet

Post by elbowmaster » Tue Jun 29, 2010 9:40 pm

Aloha!

Pretty slick! These will come in handy.

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Re: IPC Record Sheet

Post by calvinhobbesliker » Tue Jun 29, 2010 10:36 pm

TexCapPrezJimmy wrote:Hello,

This is a link to an IPC record sheet for AA 1942 for anyone that is interested:

http://www.mediafire.com/?2zwhgndmoez

It's probably a little overkill but I think it's nice to look back and see the overall game trends.

Cheers,
TCPJ
Whhy after 10 are the round numbers not listed?

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Re: IPC Record Sheet

Post by callmemrv » Mon Aug 02, 2010 2:56 pm

That's a nice worksheet.

I went to the dollar store and bought some play money to use as IPC's it works well. We had to rely on one person to record the transactions (we used scrap paper) now we can all have it in front of us. We use the plastic coins as flight markers too, pennies for fighters and quarters for bombers that way we know how many moves are left per plane (since the coins came in the package with the paper money we figured we use 'em).

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