Illusionary Fortress (Majulah Singapore)
Having fought their way down the Malay peninsula, the three exhausted divisions of the Imperial Japanese army are now at the end of their tenuous logistics chain and must make one final desperate effort for the glory of the emperor.
Facing off against them are the British Empire’s battered army, desperately holding out on Singapore Island: "The Gibralter of the Far East."
The impregnable fortress of British Imperial power in the Far East proved to be an illusion, Churchill’s “battleship without a keel.”
Note: This game focuses exclusively on the battle for Singapore Island. Unlike other games on the campaign, the island comprises almost the entire map rather than just a few hexes in one corner.
TIME TO PLAY: 4+ Hour
SOLITAIRE SUITABILITY: Moderate
DESIGNER: Peter Schutze
BOX ART: Karin Stapff
GAME ART: Tim Allen and Peter Schutze
- 1 rulebook (8 pages)
- 1 map (22x17" inch)
- 264 game pieces (5/8" inch)
- 1 reference chart
- 1 track table
Published by Blue Panther LLC under license.