The Battle was spread by Tri-ang (also known as Triang) sooner or later in the 1960s. Two players move their soldiers to take control of each other's area. Pegs are held by officers located on the monstrous (20 "x 20" X ~ 8 ") 3-D plastic game board. Kick the buckets and review the results of the battle.
One remarkable, though quite dangerous point of view of this game is the device made for landmines. Each player secretly positions two spring-powered "minis" under the board. The moment they judge the second one to be correct, they press the lock on the "mine", delivering the spring. This pushes the collecting plate, which generally pushes the pegs up and distracts the affected fighters. Practically speaking, it will generally break the pegs of the fighters.