About this project
Hold the Line, The American Revolution is an innovative collaboration between Worthington Publishing and The Plastic Soldier Company/PSC Games to reproduce and remaster some of Worthington Games original titles. Combining CLASH FOR A CONTINENT, the original HOLD THE LINE, plus new original scenarios into one comprehensive Revolutionary War game, Hold the Line, The American Revolution will take players from the towns of Lexington and Concord to the shores of Yorktown. Using 200 beautifully sculpted 20mm (1/72nd scale) miniature figures moulded in robust semi-hard plastic, off the sprue and ready to play from the box (apart from putting the wheels on the cannons!) representing American and British Infantry, Dragoons, Leaders, Flag Bearers, Artillery and Militia; players will be able to refight over 18 battles of the American Revolution with a stretch goal adding 13 more.
Plus there is an additional French & Indian War expansion set that can be added and players will get an additional 75+ plastic miniatures with French, American Ranger, and Indians joining the fighting adding 12 new battles to fight.
Rally the troops, ready the men, and Hold the Line!
We have a number of packages below MSRP that add great value to what you can get for your money. Plus we will be shipping from Europe and USA this project will be EU friendly! And to top that, all customers in the USA and European Union will have FREE shipping!
Hold the Line Remastered Edition uses a popular proven system that showcases tactical battles of the American Revolution. Battles can be played in about an hour providing ample time for multiple games during an evening.
Watch the Learn to Play in Three Minutes Video:
The remastered edition has all new game pieces, board, tiles, art and scenarios as follows:
All new game pieces of Plastic sculpted soldiers!
Lexington, Quebec, Stony Point, Savannah, Bennington, Hubbardton, Musgroves Mill, Great Bridge, Moore's Creek, Newport, PLUS revised scenarios from Clash for a Continent of Bunker Hill, Birmingham Hill, Freeman's Farm, Germantown, Camden, Cowpens, Guilford C.H., and Greensprings. A total of 18 New Scenarios.
Plus a stretch goal that adds all 13 scenarios from the original Hold the Line; Long Island, Harlem Heights, White Plains, Trenton, Brandywine, Bemis Heights, Monmouth Morning and Afternoon, Kings Mountain, Weitzel's Mill, Hobkirk's Hill, Eutaw Springs, and Trenton.
Over 30 Scenarios in all!
Colorful flags for game units!
New hard mounted game board!
New updated terrain tiles!
Plus: Stretch goals that add more scenarios and and game pieces.
Custom Plastic Pieces
The game includes 200 custom plastic figures in seven different unique sculpts. Each player will command 44 Infantry, 20 Militia, 20 Flag Bearers, 8 Artillery, 6 Dragoons, and 2 Leaders. British and American Infantry each have distinctly different sculpts to enhance your experience within the game. These are very large 20mm (1/72nd scale) miniature figures. They have been designed to have large stable bases for game play. All figures arrive individual and bagged. There are no plastic trees and sprues. These sculpts are work in progress and actual production miniatures may differ slightly.
Take charge of your Infantry in combination with Flag Bearers, including unique flags, to create your quick Light Infantry or the deadly Elite forces to turn the tide of battle.
Build each campaign using the new terrain tiles with updated artwork comprising of 2 full sheets of terrain tiles. The new hard-mounted game board is larger to accommodate the larger plastic pieces. Each box also has a tray, dice, scenario book, and rule book.
French and Indian War Expansion Game
The French and Indian War expansion has 12 Scenarios from the French and Indian War plus plastic French soldiers in White. It also has unique custom plastic game pieces for Rangers and Indians. Additionally, new tiles will be included in the expansion game.
You must own Hold the Line The American Revolution to play the expansion set. Add on to your reward with the expansion set choices.
French and Indian War Scenarios with the expansion set are: Battle on Snowshoes, Louisbourg, Montmorency Falls, Quebec, St. Foy, Bloody Bridge, Fort Duqesne, Lake George, Ticonderoga, and Busy Run. Also added are Augusta and Oriskany for the American Revolution that use the Indians.
Full boxed set of extra Revolutionary War figures. Includes all figures and flags from Hold the Line The American Revolution. Add-On KS cost $35, MSRP $45.
Full boxed set of French and Indian War figures. Includes all figures from Hold the Line The French & Indian War. Add-On KS cost $20, MSRP $30.
Stretch Goal 1 $35,000:
The original 13 Hold the Line scenarios will be included with the game.
Stretch Goal 2 $45,000:
Unique large one piece Redoubt Game Pieces with 2 Scenarios, Yorktown and Paulus Hook.
Stretch Goal 3 $55,000:
Unique Walled City with 2 Scenarios, Arnold at Quebec and Wolfe's Attack.
Stretch Goal 4 $65,000:
New Mega HexTiles to connect two game boards horizontally or vertically for Grand Battles. Monmouth morning and afternoon battles will be included as a grand battle scenario.
Stretch Goal 5 $75,000:
The Hessians are coming! When we reach this stretch goal KS backer will receive a KickStarter Exclusive set of Hessian soldiers that can be used in scenarios where Hessians were present and as British Elite Infantry. One set of 20 soldiers exclusive for each KS backer.
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Risks and challenges
As a small game company in business for 10 years we know the biggest challenge is meeting deadlines. So many things happen during the printing of a game that can slow up production that setting too tight a deadline can frustrate customers and reduce sales.
After production shipping and delivery become the next challenge to us. But again, with 11 years of successful projects behind us we have met and will meet the expectations of all of these projects.
As noted by a member on BoardGameGeek, "Worthington has done several KS campaigns and delivered on every one."Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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