|1st Newbury |
Fast and furious see-saw battle during the English Civil War
Review - At this price, this little gem is a steal. It has a 11x 17 inch map and around 50 combat units. Fun and fast with optional rules for command range and facing. If you liked Edgehill or Naseby, what are you waiting for? Buy this game.
One of Cromwell's most important victories in the ECW
Review - Fewer units than the other three battles in the series, but still is a fun six turn battle.
Introductory game on the first battle of the English Civil War
Review - Not half bad. A tighter ruleset would have been better, particularly movement rules, but nevertheless, the game is adequate in recreating some of the command dilemmas of the battle.
|Fairfax's Revenge: The Battle of Langport 1645 |
A minor battle in the English Civil War
Review - Excellent addition to Roberto's longrunning series. Quite a number of them will soon be published professionally by Legion Wargames, so these dtp games are a great way to check them out beforehand.
|Flashing Steel |
A fast paced, skirmish level, romantic Late Renaissance, miniatures system
Review - Excellent game with a handful figures and small playing area; highly recommended.
|Hopton vs Waller: the Battles of Lansdown, Roundway Down and Cheriton |
Three battles of the English Civil War
Review - Great value for money, nice games as well.
|Ill met in Flanders: Fleurus |
The battle of Fleurus of the 30 Years War
Review - Fast moving, balanced and fun
|Jesterís Dream |
Bring the princess the most beautiful gifts from the sky and from the earth
|Marston Moor |
Seventh entry in our introductory English Civil War tactical series
Review - Worthy addtion to the ECW series.
|Montrose Triumphs: the battles of Alford and Auldearn |
2 battles of the English Civil War
Review - Excellent little games. Outstanding value for money.
The last battle of the English Civil War
Review - Quick and easy to play game. Well worth the money.
Combat between Sailing vessels of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries.
|Samurai - Tsuwamono No Michi Samurai Rules |
Skirmish action rules based in Japan between the years 1550 to 1620 Sengoku Jidai
Review - VERY GOOD AND EASY TO PLAY
|Sword of Fire: Lutter, 27th August 1626 |
Fourth in the 30 Years War series
Review - Another good game in the TYW system.
|Three Hoorays for the King |
3 Battles of the English Civil War
Review - 3 games for the price of 1/2 :) Fun stuff at a great price
|Wittstock: Baner's wasted victory, 4th October 1636 |
Fifth entry in the 30 Years War series