1861 - 02 - Wilsonís Creek (American Civil War in 3D) The Union make a surprise attack on the Confederates Review - Great value and quality. It's inexpensive and you can make the pieces/board as high a quality as you want! Rules are simple enough that I can teach my 14-yr old to play together, but still lots of complexity in the actual playing. A winner here!
1862 - 04 - Pea Ridge (American Civil War in 3D) The Confederates spent two days outflanking the entrenchments of the Union army to make a dawn strike Review - This is a great series and on some battles from the ACW I had not heard of. Keep them coming and I will buy them. Could the system be used for Napoleonic battles?
1862 - 09P - Valley Campaign Pack (American Civil War in 3D) All five battles in the Jackson Valley Campaign of 1862 Review - Great components, clear rules, excellent system. IMO, the best purchase in the series as it offers battles of varying length and complexity. I will post a review on Gameboardgeek hopefully soon.
1862 - 10 - Shiloh (American Civil War in 3D) Confederate force under launched a surprise attack against the Union force that is encamped around Pittsburg Landing Review - Ideal balance of easy to follow rules and realism. Just the game on Shiloh I was looking for
1862 - 12 - Seven Pines (American Civil War in 3D) The Confederate Army launched a surprise attack against the Union. Review - Big Battle with lots of units (The most in the series so far). A well designed scenario that has plenty of options for both sides to obtain victory.
1862 - 17 - Malvern Hill (American Civil War in 3D) General Robert E Lee managed to get all his commanders together, but they were faced with the largest concentration of artillery that the Civil War would see Review - #17 in a series I hope continues for a long time.