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Norway 1940 is a Clasic Wargame on World War II. The German player must manage all invasion forces while also husbanding the necessary supplies to be able to fight in Norway, while the Allies intercede with landings in Narvik, generating one of the most epic battles of World War II.
expansion book for Great Pacific War that studies what circumstances might have given Imperial Japan an opportunity to match American power. It’s part of our Long War naval game setting, which includes Second World War at Sea: Plan Z. In this alternative history, Japan has greatly increased her power and rules an Empire of 153 million people while holding firm political and economic dominion over the puppet Chinese Empire as well. [Forum]
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20th Anniversary Edition of award-winning 2-player game by legendary Mark Simonitch. Two games on epic struggle of Rome and Carthage. The development team at PHALANX has given this game a careful, meticulous update. It is now easier and faster to play. It plays considerably shorter. It has received new, stunning art. It is even better than it used to be. There is even another game in the box: HAMILCAR, which portrays the events of the First Punic War.
the eighth installment of the Great Battles of the American Civil War (GBACW) series, published by GMT Games. Six full battles are included Three Battles of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862 and 1864 each. [Forum]
battalion level game of the Battle of the Bulge. The game system incorporates a number of concepts from two the highly playable games on the same subject: Bitter Woods by The Avalon Hill Game Company and the iconic battalion level Wacht am Rhein from SPI in 1977. In addition, the command and control concepts devised for the TAHGC version of The Siege of Jerusalem were utilized. [Forum]
Saint-Omer to Saint Crispin is a follow-up (or, perhaps more accurately, a prequel) to Mike Nagel's Charles Roberts award nominated game Sun of York, that covers tactical battles between the English, French, and their respective allies during the Hundred Years War. The game uses a card-based system to activate units for movement, combat, and rally during each of the eighteen(!) individual scenarios. [Forum]
78 page magazine issue that features the insert game, Hermann Luttmann's Steamroller. A highly playable game and operational look at 1914's pivotal Tannenberg campaign. Command either the German 8th Army or the Russian 1st and 2nd Armies in the battle that decided the early course of the Great War on the Eastern Front. The game is the latest iteration of the system used in Hermann's earlier Race to the Sea 1914, (as well as Dead Reckoning) with corps, divisions, and brigades traipsing around the wilderlands of East Prussia and northeastern Poland. [Forum]
Now on Kickstarter. Holdfast Tunisia is a block war game that allows players to refight the World War II desert campaign that saw the American army enter the war in Europe. The German, Italian, American, and British army are all present as well as national sub-units within each. [Forum]
An expansion book for Frontier Battles, with six new scenarios and 64 new pieces. The Royal Bavarian Army follows through with Ludwig von der Tann's plan to fight the Prussians in Bohemia. [Forum]