|Armed Warfare Deluxe |
Rules for WWII skirmish for about any scale.
|Black Water Navies |
Sci-Fi ship combat and campaign system
Review - The rules seem tight and offer some detailed game play. More suited to single ship or small group combat, although larger fleets are easily handled if you have the time. Good back story, with a huge range of pre-configured ships available.
|Black Water Navies: Campaign #1, Where Are We |
Campaign featuring boarding actions for Black Water Navies
|Black Water Navies: Campaign #2, The Worm Hole |
Campaign for Black Water Navies
|Black Water Navies: The Other Side |
An advanced sequel for Black Water Navies
|Blue Water Navies |
Rules for all aspects of naval warfare from 1910 to 1945.
Review - quick esay system. the printed cards help play right away. Good starter.
|Blue Water Navies - Sink The Bismarck |
The balance of the war hangs in the outcome
|Brown Water Navies - The Chattahoochee Express |
Scenario for Brown Water Navies
Review - Good expansion,for a great game, Interesting What If; at home, in Florida
|Brown Water Navies Deluxe |
Naval warfare during the American Civil War
Review - Great game, good detail, very clear, excellent counters but could easily coonvert to miniatures
|Brown Water Subs |
Command of one of the five subs during the ACW
Review - Nice 10 minutes filler for a subject not cover by other simulations.
Rules for combat using bladed weapons
Review - Overall a good system but there are lots of areas open to interpretation. Be prepared for lots of discussion while running a game. Lack of any sort of reaction rules seems like an omission in a game of this scale.
|Dog Fight: Dueling in the Skies |
Covers all aspects of air warfare from 1903 to now
|Field of Valor: Orkagrad |
Orcs from Space versus Germans from WWII
|Fiery Knights |
Goatskin, a miniature game of combat, drag out all those figures you havenít seen in years and play
Rules for ancient combat
Combat between Sailing vessels of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries.
|Sauve Qui Peut |
Napoleonics miniatures rules
Rules for single figure combat 1780 to 1880
Review - Very detailed, more than most will want in a skirmish game, but very well done