1861 - 01 - First Manassas (American Civil War in 3D) The first large encounter of the civill war at Bull Run Review - Excellent start to the Series. Shows you the basics of the system but stays true to the battle. This is the one that hooked me into the system. Recommend you get the first two or three, don't just leave it at one.
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 - 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.