|1st Newbury |
Fast and furious see-saw battle during the English Civil War
Review - I play the serie for several month now especially in solo when I am in a train. The system works quick and well and gives a pretty cool feeling of the period for such a small playing time. For me, it only miss something cavalry vs infantry.
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 - Easily printed and played game.
|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 - Good, well written rules, coupled with decent maps make this product a good choice for the beginning wargamer.
|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 - I've bought all the games in this series so far - and each one is a gem. Excellent graphics, solid rules - v. good value for the price!
The last battle of the English Civil War
Review - A nice simple and fun game. The only thing that I wish was different is the fact that the hex setup numbers on the counters are too small for my eyes. They are visible w/ a magnifying glass though.
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