• Arbela: Gaugamela 331 BC

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0Ax0Dx0AA person could make the case that Sadowa is the single most significant battle in the last 200 years.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AWhat? An unheard-of campaign from an almost overlooked war(Austria v Prussia, 1866)? But consider… if the Austrians had won at Sadowa, there might not have been a powerful Prussia, who beats the French in 1870, unites Germany, and competes with Great Britain. Is there a World War I? Take away WWI, and is there a WWII?x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ADesigned by veteran Jim Werbaneth, The Sadowa Campaign lets players explore the historical options, covering the entire campaign area–your decisive battles might happen somewhere else besides Sadowa! Initiative is key and captures the sweeping moves each side made (or tried to).x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACan you, as the Prussia player, start the path toward Germany being a world power? Or can you, as the Austrian player, avert the future catastrophe Germany’s ambition will bring to Europe?

  • The Campaign For Vicksburg 1863 AD

    Each issue of ATO features:x0Dx0A * Informative and insightful articles.x0Dx0A * A challenging, fun war game that drops the players into truly desperate situations but gives them multiple options to alter history.x0Dx0A * Professionally printed graphicsx0Dx0A

  • The First Battle Of The Marne

    From The Publisher:x0Dx0ABut the canny Joseph Gallieni, charged with defending Paris had done so by marshaling his forces and looking for the right opportunity to strike back. The Germans gave it to him.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThe Marne has many novel wrinkles. It was the f

  • The Invincible Armada, 1588 A.D.

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AExplore Alexander’s decisive battle in a card-based system designed by Richard Berg. This is not a “card-driven” game, nor one with a traditional mapboard, but one in which the units and leaders themselves are cards that capture

  • The Sadowa Campaign, 1866 AD

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0Ax0Dx0AA person could make the case that Sadowa is the single most significant battle in the last 200 years.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AWhat? An unheard-of campaign from an almost overlooked war(Austria v Prussia, 1866)? But consider… if the Austrians had won at Sadowa, there might not have been a powerful Prussia, who beats the French in 1870, unites Germany, and competes with Great Britain. Is there a World War I? Take away WWI, and is there a WWII?x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ADesigned by veteran Jim Werbaneth, The Sadowa Campaign lets players explore the historical options, covering the entire campaign area–your decisive battles might happen somewhere else besides Sadowa! Initiative is key and captures the sweeping moves each side made (or tried to).x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACan you, as the Prussia player, start the path toward Germany being a world power? Or can you, as the Austrian player, avert the future catastrophe Germany’s ambition will bring to Europe?

  • The Valmy Campaign

    From The Publisher:x0Dx0AValmy is little known. No big-name, famous generals were there, with the most status going to the father of the Kellermann who would lead a cavalry charge at Marengo a generation later. Yet, Napoleon himself made that father an honorary Marshal of the Empire, with the title, uke of Valmy. Because Napoleon knew that, put simply, Valmy could have marked the end of the French Revolution.

  • The Victory Of Arminius: Teutoburg Forest, IX AD

    From the publishers website:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThe Battle of Tours is a game covering the battle that took place between Tours and Poitiers in present-day France between the army of Charles, Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian Franks, and that of Abd ar-Rahman Umayyad Muslims of Iberian Andalusia. The Battle of Tours is a fast-playing, fun game of low complexity. To that end, much detail has been either omitted or factored into the overall mechanics. We have tried to provide as much period flavor and hstorical accuracy as we can, within that focus. The game should take about two hours to play to conclusion, about 50% more the first time.