Jacobite Rising is our first standalone game for Commands & Colors Tricorne (ownership of Tricorne is NOT required) and features 13 battle scenarios by Richard Borg. Mounted game board, terrain tiles, blocks, command and combat cards, stickers and large, molded dice are all included. You will find many new and interesting play concepts which brings new experiences and challenges covering the world of the Highland Clans in the time of the Jacobite Risings. [Forum]
review magazine that features the insert game, The Battle of Hue!, a solitaire game designed by Jay Ward and based on his popular Tiny Battle Publishing title, The Battle for Ramadi. [Forum]
Richard the Third is a computer adaption of the epic two-player wargame that recreates the 15th century, bloody dynastic struggle between the royal houses of Lancaster and York for the throne of England. Will the mad-king Henry VI and his Queen Margaret keep the throne or will the Duke of York recover it for the Plantagenets. Also strutting across the game's stage are Edward IV, Richard III, Henry VII, and Warwick, the notorious "Kingmaker". [Forum]
an expansion for Panzer Grenadier: Broken Axis, with 64 new die-cut, silky smooth pieces and 24 new scenarios from the 1944 Soviet invasion of Romania [Forum]
a new edition of the introductory game for Second World War at Sea, now with 15 (!) scenarios [Forum]
a two-player game recreating the land, sea, and air struggle for the possession of the Japanese island of Okinawa, from April to June 1945. Seen as the last steppingstone for the final jump toward Japan, the battle was important for both sides. [Forum]
a print and play WW2 wargame for two players and solitaire that takes around half an hour to setup and play. The game sets a small squad of American Airborne against their German enemies in a series of small skirmish scenarios. The game's counters (or chits) each represent an actual soldier with the gameplay being in the thick of man-to-man combat.
this game features a mounted map and wooden pieces, covering the Apache Wars that dominated the western development by the US government from 1861-1886. The game is played as a series of turns, each of which follows a sequence of play that begins with determining how bad a provocation results in conflict for the turn. The provocation level determines the forces each player will have for the turn and their general placement on the map. [Forum]
a two-player game simulating the War of the Austrian Succession, 1741 – 1748. One player represents the Austrian interest represented by the Austrians and those powers in Europe faithful to the original agreement, (“the Pragmatic Alliance”). The other player represents the challengers to the Austrians, the Bavarian rival for the Imperial title, Charles Albert and his supporters, primarily the Bourbon rulers of France and Spain intermittently joined by Prussia (“the Bourbons”). This game features a mounted game map and continues the series pioneered and excellently portrayed by Don Herndon’s No Peace Without Spain! [Forum]
This fourth expansion to Table Battles is on a topic folks have been asking for since the base game was released: the English Civil War. The six battles in this set are Edgehill, both battles of Newbury, Naseby, Tippermuir, and Aldearn. [Forum]
a new edition of an old favorite. British-Japanese carrier battles in the Indian Ocean, 1942. With 24 scenarios, one full-sized map and 280 die-cut playing pieces (100 long, 180 standard size). [Forum]
The French campaign in Tunisia, 1942-43, with 88 new die-cut playing pieces and 12 new scenarios. An expansion for Panzer Grenadier: An Army at Dawn. [Forum]
The Italian invasion of Abyssinia, 1935-36, with forty scenarios, eight maps and 517 playing pieces. Blackshirts, Alpini and the Ethiopian Imperial Guard [Forum]
The Spanish-American naval war of 1898, with all the actions that took place in the Caribbean Sea. A complete Great War at Sea boxed game with 45 scenarios, two maps and 240 playing pieces [Forum]
The Crusades: Europe was nearing the peak of the High Middle Ages in the late eleventh century. A growing population supported not only rapid expansion of arable land, but the growth of cities that in turn fostered trade and the arts. In addition to massive cultural changes, the wars had an enormous impact on the conduct of warfare. Joseph Miranda covers that impact in the context of the period's battles and campaigns. The magazine is richly illustrated with maps, diagrams, weapons, and images of people and events. [Forum]
this app for the PC covers Four Battles of the Spanish Civil War, Ebro, Teruel, Guadalajara and Merida or La Serena. Players can play as Nationalists or Republican. Unit size is battalion for infantry and cavalry, company or battalion for armoured cars or tanks, batteries for artillery and squadron for Aircrafts.
a solitaire strategy game where the time is 1171, and dynastic disputes in Arab-occupied Egypt have spilled over into medieval Nubia – setting the stage for its violent decline and fall (1172-1504). You play the Samet (samet) or Prime Minister of medieval Nubia, advising the Uru (ourou, King) on how best to save your Black, literate, Christian civilization from pagan plunder and Muslim defilement. [Forum]
special summer edition of the podcast addressing both GMT's cancellation of "Scramble for Africa" and the subsequent NY Times article & the wargaming community's reaction to it
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