Rules for single figure combat 1780 to 1880
Review - Very detailed, more than most will want in a skirmish game, but very well done
|Somewhere far beyond: Prairie Grove 1862 |
ACW battle fought on 7th December 1862, over the hills of Arkansas
|Song of Drums and Shakos |
Napoleonic skirmish game based on the popular *Song of Blades and Heroes* mechanics. WINNER BEST HISTORICAL RULES AT ORIGINS 2009
Review - Enjoyable system with handful figures and small playing area, very suitable for my room.
|Song of Drums and Shakos (Italian) |
Napoleonic skirmish game based on the popular *Song of Blades and Heroes* mechanics
Review - excellent product
|Souls of the Brave: the Epic of the Alamo |
Solo game of the Alamo
|Sound the Charge, into Glory ride: the Battle of Pastrengo, 30th April 1848 |
Battle fought between the Piedmontese and the Austrian Army
Review - As always another great little game from Roberto and TCS.Hope to see many more using this nice elegant system
|Spanish Battleship Pelayo 1:200 |
Paper Model of Spanish Battleship Pelayo in 1:200 scale
|Spanish ironclad Numancia Full-hull 1:200 |
Paper Model Spanish ironclad Numancia Full-hull in 1:200 scale
|The Nitrate War |
2-4 player strategy game covering the 19th century conflict in South America between Chile vs Peru and Bolivia
Review - excellent introdutory wargame.
|The Steamer Winans 1:120 |
Paper Model The Steamer Winans in 1:120 scale
|Time Twist The Board Game |
A game of plotting, stealing and time travel
|USS Tecumseh 1:200 |
paper model USS Tecumseh Paper Model in 1:200 scale
|VBAM: Fire As She Bears! Edition |
stand-alone product contains everything you need to re-fight the great naval campaigns that shaped the face of the world
Review - A good product you can use for any Age of Sail game. I especially liked the prevailing wind indicators on the maps.
|Vectis 3rd Edition |
Fictional campaign from the Napoleonic Wars: a French invasion of England's Isle of Wight
Review - A interesting Alternate History subject. so far it's a nice game.
|Vinegar Hill: Castle Hill district, New South Wales Colony (Australia), March 5, 1804 |
Trouble with convicts on several occasions in Australia’s early history
Company Level Rules for the American Civil War
Review - Simple, innovative and inexpensive!