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Number of Players: 1, 2
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Mar 23, 2016 @ 3:24pm
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Description
Designed by David Thompson

In Castle Itter, you take control of a makeshift force that is defending a castle nestled in the Austrian countryside from a SS assault. The force consists of an American tank crew and infantrymen, Wehrmacht infantrymen, a former SS officer, French prisoners, and an Austrian resistance fighter.

Object of the Game
The goal of Castle Itter is to last until reinforcements from the 142nd Infantry Regiment arrive. In the game, this is represented by playing through a deck of SS cards.

For rules: http://digitalcapricorn.com/site/games/castle-itter/
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8 Comments
paulyd83 Jan 18 @ 12:30am 
Is this game complete and able to be fully played?
KajFlo Jan 5 @ 2:12pm 
Great work !
Flolania Jul 18, 2017 @ 10:35pm 
Could use few more pictures
Leogrim Nov 22, 2016 @ 3:52pm 
Thanks I give it a try as soon as I buy Tabletop Simulator
djackthompson  [author] Nov 22, 2016 @ 2:55pm 
Leogrim, you need to have Tabletop Simulator. If you do, you can subscribe to this module and then load it once you launch Tabletop Simulator.
Leogrim Nov 14, 2016 @ 11:45am 
Can't really find how to download it...it sounds like a fun game I totally wanna try out. D:
djackthompson  [author] May 3, 2016 @ 12:38pm 
Thanks for the feedback, wibblewobble. I really appreciate your thoughts on the game. It's still very much early on in the design process, so any input you might have for improvements would be much appreciated.
wibblewobble May 1, 2016 @ 10:09am 
Played my first game of this today and really, really enjoyed it. It was my game of it's ilk, so I don't have a huge amount to compare it to, but there are some gems of mechanics in this that I adored (notably the tank). Couple that with a very interesting theme and some light educational material (I'm semi interested in WWII history, but I'd never heard of Castle Itter before) and you've got a stellar gaming experience.

Running time was about 1hr for a complete newbie.

Would definitely recommend anyone wanting a fun introduction to this style of game to play this.

Thanks :)