Arbela: Gaugamela, 331 BC
Explore Alexander's decisive battle in a card-based system designed by Richard Berg. This is not a "card-driven" game, nor one with a traditional mapboard, but one in which the units and leaders themselves are cards that capture the abilities and appearance of the two armies.
Conquest of the Empire
Two games in one box. The first a reprint of the classic Milton Bradley, with updated rules from the original designer. The second a more complex game based on Martin Wallace's 'Struggle of Empires'.
Genesis : The Bronze Age
Genesis is a campaign-level game covering the turbulent Late Bronze Age in the Middle East, where kingdoms rose and fell while establishing many of the systems and ways of life that underwrite Western Civilization.
Great Battles of Alexander Deluxe Expanded Edition
The Great Battles of Alexander: Deluxe Edition, the updated, expanded, full-color-enhanced version of the best-selling, multi-award-winning game system that started the Great Battles of History series, includes new game counters, maps, packaging, battles, and scenarios that cover all the major battles from the original game and the Juggernaut module, plus five additional battles ... ten in all. The Great Battles of Alexander: Deluxe Edition is virtually the complete history of Alexander the Great and the Macedonian art of war. N
Hannibal : Rome vs Carthage
One of the greatest military commanders and tacticians in history descends on the Roman Empire once again. Do you face him as Rome and try to ward the invasion that comes from the North, or do you climb atop your war elephant and show Rome you will take that which they hold most dear: their territory
Hoplite, the 15th volume in the Great Battles of History series of games, allows players to recreate classic battles from the pre-Alexandrian Persian-Hellenistic Age, the heyday of the Hoplite (heavy infantry fighting in packed formation). A
Onus! Greeks and Persians
This expansion to Onus! Romans vs Carthage adds historical battles related to the Persian wars (499 – 449 BC), to the Persians vs Greeks wars and to the Peloponnesus war (1st period: 431 – 421 BC) between Athens and Sparta.
Onus! Rome vs Carthage
Have you ever dreamed of commanding a powerful army? Have you ever imagined leading troops, which included elephants over the Pyrenees and the Alps to try to conquer Rome? Have you enjoyed a good historical novel dated on the old Republic of Rome, and you would like to travel to that time?
Available to pre-order, expected in store Tuesday 22nd September. How did Rome get to be Rome? Why did the Glory That Was Greece fade? What stopped Carthage from making an empire of the Mediterranean? Could the Seleucids really have conquered the western world?
Quartermaster General – Victory or Death : The Peloponnesian War
Victory or Death: The Peloponnesian War is the next game in the Quartermaster General Series. It is a card driven/hand management/area control eurogame/wargame for 2 to 4 players playing on two teams, and takes about 90 minutes to two hours to play. On one side are the Athenians and the Delian League, the Demos team; against them, the Oligarchs of Sparta and Corinth are teamed.
Spartacus : Blood and Treachery
An exciting game of twisted schemes and bloody combats inspired by the hit STARZ Original series, each player takes on the role of Dominus, head of a rising house in the ancient Roman city of Capua.
Smash your chains and fight for your liberty! Taking the places of Spartacus (-73 to -71), Tryphon (-104 to -101) or Eunus (-139 to -132), during the three Servile Wars which shook the Roman Empire, defy the Roman Consuls (Crassus, Pompey and others) by liberating slaves, ravaging the countryside and pillaging cities in the heart of Italy.
This is the GMT third edition of this excellent multi player card driven game covering the conflict to gain the succession of Alexander the Great's empire. Includes many refinements and additional cards from the original AH edition.
The Conquerors : Alexandra the Great
Follow in the footsteps of some of the Worlds greatest conquerors, in the first of the series it's Alexandra the Great, but this game isn't just all about battles, there is logistics and political choices too.