|SonderkomandoJunck 1941 |
Iraq with the help of the Germans attack a Britsh airbase
Review - Interesting game...great subject!
|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 Civil War |
A great and simple strategic level game
|Special Forces |
Action plays-out like a Hollywood action movie, instead of a slow-paced number crunching wargame
Review - Excellent system and graphics!
|Storm Over Taierzhuang: Samurai Stalingrad, 1938 |
The Japanese are lured into a trap at Taierzhuang.
|Struggle for New France 1754-1762 |
Introductory level wargame covering the Seven Years War
Review - Very good gaming tool for educational purposes. As a game system, the event cards heavily influence the outcome (who receive reinforcements earlier has more chances to win), but is still an enjoyable game to play.
|Struggle for Wake Island |
Low complexity game for the battle of Wake Island 1941
|Switzerland must be Conquered |
A simulation of the planned assault on Switzerland by Nazi Germany
Review - Well-presented game on an intriguing hypothetical situation.
|Sword of Fire: Lutter, 27th August 1626 |
Fourth in the 30 Years War series
Review - Another good game in the TYW system.
|Tanks in the Middle East 1917: The 2nd Gaza Battle |
WWI, The 2nd Gaza Battle
|Terror War |
A solitaire, strategic level boardgame of the 'War on Terror'
Review - A good game to play solo
|The Aleutians Campaign |
WWII in Alaska
Review - A great game about a little known side action durring WW11.
|The Battle of Stalingrad Board Game |
2 player strategy board game covering the epic battle between the German and Soviet forces
|The Dvina River Offensive: Final Blows in North Russia, August 1919 |
The final blow on the Red virus known as Bolshevism
Review - Interesting combination of air, land, and sea unit. I do wish the board came in 2 8.5 x 11 pieces.
|The Escape of the 9th Army, April 28,1945 |
The 9th Army became encircled and contained by Russian forces who would deal with it later
|The Fall of France |
Fall of France was one of the most surprising events of the war in Europe
Review - The use of the skirmish combat took a little getting used to but the effect the designer was looking for was acheived but with a lot of die rolling and ensuring all the modifiers that apply are taken. Overall nice system for this Campaign.
|The Glory that Was Vol. I: Greece. Episode I: Tanagra (457 BC) |
A number of battles from the Persian War to the War of the Successors
Review - can't beat the price! Straightforward game of an ancient battle. Good
|The Glory that Was Vol. I: Greece. Episode II, Cadmea: the Rise and Fall of Thebes, 371-362 BC |
Depicts the rise and fall of this short but sweet
Review - Vol II of Roberto's Ancoent Warfare syatem. this time with more rules and the tactics cards used. another neat battle
|The Glory that Was Vol. I: Greece. Episode III,The Battles of Nemea and Coronea, 394 BC |
Three decades Sparta was the uncontested military leader of the Greek Poleis
Review - Another fine game in the Glory that was Greece series.Nice to have some lesser well known ancient battles to re-fight
|The Glory that Was Vol. I: Greece. Episode IV: Socrates' Battles |
The Battles of Delium and Amphipolis, 424-422 B.C.
|The Illusionary Fortress |
A simulation of the Japanese assault on the
|The Kings Hexes |
Simulates two kings attempting to grow the surrounding regions around their castles
Review - Some of the text on some tiles are illegible, overall this is a decent little tile laying game.
|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 Russo-Georgian War of 2008 |
Full-on combat between the Republic of Georgia and the Russian Federation
Review - Great value for the money for sure. Spent an extra $6 to have the counters and maps printed professionally on cardboard. Rules are a bit complex and it took a few plays to iron out the rules. Overall, highly recommended