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The Battle of Stoney Creek, June 6, 1813. This is the seventh and final game in the Battles for Canada Series. The game portrays the British, Canadian and First Nation surprise attack against the invading US forces. The battle was a pivotal event in the fight for the Niagara Peninsula. [Forum]
Volume I: EYLAU 1807. Battles of Napoleon is an epic game series that simulates the most famous battles of Napoleon on a tactical scale sharing the same basic rules. The series portrays the most important aspects of battles of the Napoleonic era with easy to learn and remember rules. The system focusses on the “cat-and-mouse game” of coordination and timing of the various formations of the different arms without too much crunchy chrome. Already funded, back this project on gamefound.
Vive L’Empereur is an exciting, solitaire wargame depicting the Battle of Waterloo fought on June 18, 1815. This is a hex-and-counter war game that uses a chit-pull system to generate random force activations for both sides. The Anglo-Allied and Prussian forces (the forces of the solitaire side) move and conduct combat using random instructions from the game’s Activation Table. [Forum]
A Brilliant Fight: The Battle of Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812. A key element in the American campaign to take control Canada was securing the Niagara Peninsula in 1812. [Forum]
Under the Southern Cross: The South American Republics in the Age of Fighting Sail is the fourth volume of the highly regarded Flying Colors series of games on naval combat. The focus is on the southern part of the South American continent: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, from the Wars of Independence starting in 1810 through the last naval war fought completely under sail between Argentina and Uruguay in 1841. [Forum]