Summary: While I've loved this board game for quite a long while, this digital version of it leaves much to be desired. The gameplay isn't the same as the board game, and I've had trouble putting purchased items in the factories where I want them. The product feels a little buggy as well. I'd avoid this product.
Summary: I played Axis & Allies many times at a game club to which I once belonged and enjoyed it immensely. This video game, however, is a poor imitation of the board game. It comes with no instructions on how to play, you cannot access a whole world map and the games turns itself off after only a few minutes. I am very sorry I wasted the money to purchase it.
Summary: Great game! Loved it when younger and still just as good. Not as flashy as the newer stuff, but the gameplay is still fun. Great for the "casual" strategy gamer. Gameplay is deep enough to make it fun, but does not come with a book for a manual like some games. If like WW2 strategy games or a fan of the board game then would recommend.
Summary: Fair Warning - All in all it is a great game, there are some software glitches that you have to get used to and figure out how to work around. When the board game first hit the markets in the early eighties I was the first kid on the street to hustle to the store and bought a copy. I have enjoyed endless hours playing axis and allies. When I saw the computer version I, once again, rushed to the market to buy it. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Summary: with no cursor and no sub headings for options or anyway of ending my turn except by randomly pressing the mouse button and guessing where the cursor might be, kind of destroyed the game's possible potential for me.
Summary: I have always loved this game even before I had my first computer. I only wish it would play on the newer computers. I had to resurrect an old Windows 98 Dell computer to play some of my favorite games.