Rome's Greatest Foe: 2nd Punic War Can the wealthy trade city of Carthage and Hannibal's invasion force cripple Rome? Review - I did not actually play it but the rules and counter icons seem very well done. I like the ecomomics and manpower rules especially. The map consists of so many small (meaningless) areas it might as well have used hexes. Would make a good computer
Solitaire Caesar Can you lead the Roman Legions to victory and defend the empire from Barbarian attacks? Review - simple but captures the atmosphere of the time.
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 - Not played, but have played similar 'Sparta!'. Good for a free game, especially the counters. Mechanics promise broader application to ancient settings. Thank you to the author for sharing.