• Steel Wolves; German Fleet Boats

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ASteel Wolves is a solitaire simulation of the German submarine war against British and Allied shipping, the follow-on title to the award winning Silent War. Volume I covers the period from the start of the War in 1939 to the earl

  • Ardennes: The Battle Of The Bulge, 1944

    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 the course of the game based on judicious use of mobile supply units, which can distribute and absorb Allocation Points. Although fighting a defensive battle, the British Player is not without counterattack capability. He will find his artillery arm, both direct and indirect fire, to be a potent force. Game rules such as: Combined Arms, HQ Coordinated Combat, Road Overrun, Engineers, and Reconnaissance Probe, all contribute to an appropriate sense of realism. Operation Skorpion provides exciting, tense, and balanced game play. Determining the ultimate winner often occurs on the last or next-to-the last game-turn. Turn back the clock to the heady days of Spring 1941 and command the Afrika Korps, or take on the British. . .

    $154.95
  • Bataan! The Battle For Bataan

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ABataan! is a two-player game, recreating the battle for the peninsula. Vance von Borries has drawn from his game design experience to create a game engine capable of portraying the tense jungle-fighting which took place on Bataan

  • Spartacvs: Crisis In the Roman Republic

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ASPARTACVS is a two player card-driven game pitting the might of Rome against the multi-threat Sertorians. This turbulent time plays out on a beautifully rendered point-to-point map covering Spain, Gaul, Italy and Asia Minor. The goal of the Sertorian players is to destroy the viability of the Republic by taking Rome, its territories, or through pure will, forcing it to collapse from within. To prevent this, the Roman player must manage the crisis well both in military andpolitical terms. Or better yet, wipe the traitors from the face of the earth with the fury of Mars!

  • 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.

  • 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.