: Invasion of Poland board game!
The game that takes on the Nazis: 'I wanted to show Poland's heroism'
Seven Days of Westerplatte is a passion project highlighting Polish resistance in the second world war - despite its creator being born 44 years after it finished
For the small Polish garrison, the odds seemed overwhelming. Just 209 men found themselves besieged by over 3,000
But the Poles weren't about to give up without a fight. In the face of artillery bombardments, infantry assaults and terrifying dive-bombing raids, they held their ground for a week and provided a powerful symbol of resistance to millions of their compatriots.
This story of heroism, defiance and desperation fascinated £ukasz Woźniak, a 25-year-old board game designer from Poznan in west central Poland. (...)
This actually looks quite good. I don't do board games but still interesting.