| ||Rome's Greatest Foe: 2nd Punic War |
Can the wealthy trade city of Carthage and Hannibal's invasion force cripple Rome?
I did not actually play it but the rules and counter icons seem very well done. I like the ecomomics and manpower rules especially. The map consists of so many small (meaningless) areas it might as well have used hexes. Would make a good computer
| ||Rommel at Gazala |
Quick-playing game with a simple, accessible system
Good, fun little game.
| ||Ship of the Line |
Classic sea battles of the age of fighting sail
Spelling errors, you might want to explain the reasoning behind how easy it is to hit other ships (it isn't very intuitive until you actually play).
| ||Sinyavino 1942! The Leningrad Relief Offensive |
Amphibious attacks across the Neva River
Sinyavino includes a wide variety of combat elements as part of the game, making it complex but not complicated.
| ||Slaughter & Carnage: The Stalingrad of Kursk: Ponyri Station, 1943 |
The small, insignificant railroad station at Ponyri became the focal point of both sides
Printer took a dislike to map but sorted out. Rules & counters a treat, a real challenge for both sides
| ||Slim River 1942 |
British 12th Brigade, which had been hammered back for weeks, now faced a new bold foe: Japanese tanks
Yet another excellent Perry Moore game !
| ||Solitaire Caesar |
Can you lead the Roman Legions to victory and defend the empire from Barbarian attacks?
The game plays very well. The rules are easy to pick up and play. Board could use more polish, but it does the job.
| ||Somalia Interventions |
The United Nations intervention in Somalia
Much improved graphics, very professional for PnP.