My reading lately has been boning up on my knowledge of Wacht Am Rhein, "The Battle of the Bulge" as we know it in the States. As is usual, my reading has given me a desire to wargame the battle. Unfortunately, I've been doing some online searches for computer wargames for the Ardennes fight, and can't find a blessed thing. What makes this all the more maddening is that in the past there have been a plethora of offerings for this battle, but nothing seems available currently--rather unusual considering it was the largest battle the US Army participated in during WWII. Some have suggested Operational Art of War II, but frankly that game system torques me off massively--my main complaint is that I simply can't seem to get supporting arty to fire in the defensive--I tried wargaming the entire North African campaign as the Brits, built up my forces after the Italian operational pause over the course of weeks, launched a rather successful OP COMPASS, and then had to go over to the defensive when Rommel showed...and I'd have Arty dug into the Defense one hex behind defending maneuver units, and when the battle results came in after the Germans/Italians attacked, I saw NO artillery units participating in the defense! Considering that the American defense of Elsenborn Ridge depended on a concentration of more arty than God himself possessed, I'm thinking wargaming the Bulge in TOAW II would be an invitation to disaster, as 12th SS Pz Div rolls over American infantry unsupported by artillery. Does anyone have any other good games out there to suggest for wargaming the Bulge? Barring that, any suggestions on how to get my bloody arty to SHOOT when friendly units within range are attacked?