• Jihad! Islamic Expansion in the first Century

    JIHAD! is a game type simulation of the first century of the Islamic expansion after the death of Mohammad, the Prophet and rounder of the Islamic religion. During this period the holy war of conquest and religious conversion of non-Arab peoples wer

  • Bitter Woods (Designer Edition) Second Printing

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AOn December 16th 1944, Germany launched its last, desperate offensive in the West. The result was The Battle of the Bulge, a brutal struggle in a dismal winter landscape set against an enemy imbued with a fanatic conviction tha

    $117.95
  • 1866: The Struggle For Supremecy In Germany

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0A1866 is a two-player simulation dealing with the Austro-Prussian War of 1866 in Central Europe. One player controls the forces of Prussia and its allies, to include the young Kingdom of Italy and the other player controls the for

  • Paper Wars 85: Russia Falling: The Coming Russian Civil War

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AThe game enables two players to play the first year of a hypothesized near-future post-Putin civil war in Russia. The map covers the core area of the Russian ethnic heartland, from St. Petersburg in the north to Tula in the south, and from Smolensk in the west to Nizhny Novgorod in the east, at 16 miles per hex.

  • A Las Barricades! 2nd Edition

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AEnd of Empire: 1744-1782 is a two player game covering the three great conflicts fought on the North American continent between 1744 and 1782: King George War, sometimes known as the Old French War, which was part of the War o the Austrian Succession), the French and Indian War, part of the Seven Years War (known in England as the Great War for Empire), and the American Revolutionary War. The French and Indian War ended the French Empire in Canada; the American Revolution ended the British Empire in the 13 American colonies.

  • The Lamps Are Going Out: World War I

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AFatal Alliances: The Great War is a World War I version of World in Flames. Like its predecessor, Fatal Alliances is all encompassing and represents every theater and aspect of the First World War. Fatal Alliances expands upon the military system of World in Flames to highlight the diplomatic and civilian fronts.

  • Operation Skorpion, Rommel’s First Strike

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AOperation Skorpion is a relatively short, fast moving game that introduces a new fog of war game system. Opposing strength is unknown until units enter combat. Once revealed, those combat values can continue to fluctuate during t

  • Korea: Fire and Ice

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AKorea: Fire and Ice is the first game in a new system called Operational Scale System. This system will cover large scale combat from World War Two into the modern era. The scale for the system will be 10 miles a hex and weekly

    $109.95
  • Spanish Eagles

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ASpanish Eagles showcases two of the most notable battles from Napoleon war in Spain; Talavera, fought in July of 1809, and Albuera, fought in May of 1811. Both battles promised decisive outcomes and were among the largest fougt on the Iberian Peninsula. Both battles feature an alternate scenario so players can explore the outcomes given some twists in fate.x0Dx0AThe Eagles of the Empire Series is a Divisional level series of games based on the battles which took place during the 18th and 19th centuries, in which players are cast in the role of Field Commander. The series is built upon three key concepts: Command and Control; effects of terrain upon formations and maneuver; and other asymmetrical events outside a commander control. Understanding and maximizing the use of these concepts is the key to fighting the Eagles battles.

  • On To Paris! The Franco-Prussian War

    From the Publisher: End of Empire: 1744-1782 is a two player game covering the three great conflicts fought on the North American continent between 1744 and 1782: King George War, sometimes known as the Old French War, which was part of the War.

  • Revolution Road

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ARevolution Road presents the first two conflicts between Britain and her American colonials in 1775 which ignited the American Revolutionary War. Two complete games are included, BOSTON TO CONCORD and BUNKER HILL. These are fast, tense battles. Card driven, area movement, low counter density, quick play and simple to learn, all make REVOLUTION ROAD a wonderful introduction To the American Revolution and to to war-gaming. Its wealth of historical information makes it an ideal teaching tool.

  • Sovereign of the Seas: 1756-1805

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ASOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS is an uncomplicated war game centered on the naval aspects of the series of wars between England and the various European powers between 1756 and 1805 for dominance of the world’s oceans.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThe game depic this conflict at a strategic level, with most operational and tactical details represented by fast and easy-to-play systems, rather than intricate mechanisms. The intent of the game is to provide a broad overview of the historical events while being fun to play. SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS owes its original inspiration to the game concepts of WAR AT SEA published by The Avalon Hill Game Company, a game which covered the war in the Atlantic in World War Two.

    $139.95