I liked the game for the Allies, I think it was more interesting than for the Axis
Although the game for the Axis was probably more dramatic.
Despite the unexpected landing of the Axis in Syria and the loss of oil in the Middle East.
Near Moscow, the Red Army achieved great success. It was a turning point in the game.
And she carried out a very successful offensive in the south, which later passed into the Axis general retreat from Russia.
Although the Allies did not succeed in sinking Tirpitz in Norway, it was quite a fun activity.
It is interesting that if McGuba decided to act more historically after Moscow and in 1942 redirected his offensive in the Caucasus.
I think he would have had more success there. And it is not known what the end would be!
It would be difficult for the Soviets to send reinforcements there. There was not even a railways
It is also not clear that it would be if the Axis was not distracted by Syria and oil. She would have more units near Moscow ...
The Soviets acted more historically and seized Eastern Europe, Germany close to the demarcation line and seized Italy.
What compensated for the absence of the landing of the Western Allies in Italy.
But, at the end of the game, the Americans were pleased, who did not abandon attempts to seize Tunis and still did it at the last turn.