BLOCKS IN AFRIKA is a wargame covering the whole North African campaign from 1940 to 1943. Developed on wooden blocks and cubes system, over an astonishing 87x64cm full laminated multicolor map-board, there's not any paper component, but the Manual. All the over 400 wooden/plastic components have been created by the best Italian artisinal industry and painted "A baratto", a technique usually adopted for painting car parts and accessories.
BLOCKS IN AFRIKA recalls, in game form, the most decisive battles fought in the African Theater Front from the Italian drive to Marsa Matruh in Summer 1940, until the collapse of the Italian Regime in Semptember 1943.
BLOCKS IN AFRIKA is a game for two players, one controls the Western Allies and the other one controls the Axis Powers. Although based on history, players in command of the two factions can modify the evolution of World War 2 in the Mediterranean Theater.