Against the Odds #23 : Guerra del Muerte
A old outlook mixed with new technology doesn't bode well for the troops, with 'machine guns' now available, but cavalry charges still the main order of the day, one thing was certain, the undertakers would be busy.
Modern War # 9 : War by TV - Kosovo 1999
If the US and NATO had invaded Serbia is a “what-if” simulation of the fighting that might have occurred across rump-Yugoslavia in the late summer or early autumn of 1999 if the Western alliance had decided on a ground war to settle the Kosovo crisis
Modern War #22 : New World Order Battles
New World Order Battles is a grand tactical wargame of battles that were, or could possibly be fought, in the era since the fall of the Berlin Wall, and even into the near future
Modern War 10 : Target Iran
Modern War issue 10 comes with a solitaire game that depicts a coalition strike on Iran to destroy WMD and other targets, the key factor in the game is the price of Oil, if it goes too high the player has lost.
Modern War 26 : The Soviet - Afghan War
The Soviet-Afghan War 1979-1989: In December 1979 the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Under the guise of helping support the Afghan Communist government, the Soviets would spend the next decade fighting an Islamic insurgency.
Paper Wars 83 - Rising sun over China
Rising Sun over China( RSOC) simulates the Japanese invasion of China prior to World War II (1937-1941) on a table top map scaled at 50 miles per hex with division-level playing pieces and monthly game turns.
Strategy & Tactics #297 : 1863
1863 is a two player wargame of a pivotal year in the American Civil War. 1863 saw the Union victories at Gettysburg in the east and Vicksburg in the west, and the Chattanooga-Chickamauga campaigns when the Confederates had the opportunity to win a decisive battle and potentially gain foreign recognition. New Release; Stock due Tuesday 9th February.
Strategy & Tactics #298 : Churchill’s Balkan Gambit
Churchill's Balkan Gambit: During World War II, the Allies devised a series of deception plans and operations. These deception campaigns were instrumental in the success of real Allied operations against Axis forces.
Strategy & Tactics 295 : Gates Of Vienna
Gates of Vienna is a two-player game covering the campaign of 1683 in which an Ottoman army besieged that Habsburg capital only to be defeated by a multi-national Christian counterattack. It was the turning point in the centuries-long Habsburg-Turkish wars.
Strategy & Tactics 303 : Yugosalvia Wars 1991
War Returns to Europe: Yugoslavia 1991 is a simulation of the first engagements of the Yugoslav Wars of 1991-2001. Game play begins in June 1991 when Slovenia and Croatia proclaimed independence from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and ends in early 1992.
Strategy and Tactics 282 : War of the Pacific
War of the Pacific, Chile vs. Perú and Bolivia, 1879-1883 is a two-player, low-complexity simulation of one of the most decisive wars waged in South America during the 19th Century.
World at War : 28 - Green Hell Burma
Green Hell uses the popular Fire & Movement system (DG Folio Series) to examine two different situations in Burma during World War II: Operation Thursday and The Battle of the Admin Box.
World at War : 33 - Operation Shingle
Operation Shingle: The Anzio Beachhead .To reinvigorate their stalled Italian campaign, the Allies landed a reinforced corps at the small coastal town of Anzio, just 30 miles from Rome and the German supply arteries
World at War : Issue 42 Shanghai '37
Pacific Battles: Shanghai is a wargame series of several campaigns in the Pacific Theater of Operations in World War II. The system emphasizes the operational level of these campaigns, and deals with land and air operations.
World At War 44 : Night Fight
Night Fight: Solitaire East Front Tactics is a solitaire wargame in which you command aKampfgruppe group of German panzers infiltrating and attacking Soviet forces at night while the system runs the Soviet forces.
World at War 45 : Panzers East Solitaire
Panzers East Solitaire (PES) is simulation that covers the advance of Germany’s Army Group Center, starting on the first day of Operation Barbarossa and potentially extending to the last day of August later that same summer.