Modern Land Battles - Target Aquired
Modern Land Battles (MLB) – Target Acquired uses the core game mechanics from the award-winning Modern Naval Battles game, but then expands them to 3 combat areas on the table: Terrain, Breakthrough, and Flanking.
A Distant Plain
in Volko Ruhnke's COIN game takes 1 to 4 players into the Afghan conflict of today’s headlines, this time in a unique collaboration between two top designers of boardgames on modern irregular warfare.
FAB : Golan '73
Michael Gustavsson teams up with Fast Action Battles (FAB) series designer Rick Young to bring you volume III in the FAB game series. These two designers take you to the Golan Heights on October 6, 1973, where during the holiday of Yom Kippur, the silence on the Heights was disrupted by the thunder of tanks, guns, and aircraft when a Syrian assault was launched.
Fields of Fire (Second Edition)
A solitaire game that puts the player in command of a rifle company battling from World war two through to the present day - This is the 2nd Edition with updated rule book and a new Campaign.
Hornet Leader : Cthulhu Conflict Expansion
A Hornet Leader expansion, dodge insanity use nuclear weapons to defeat Cthulhu or the world will end! This is not a stand-alone game you must have Hornet Leader in order to play.
Labyrinth : The Awakening
Labyrinth: The Awakening, 2010 - ? expands on Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001 - ?, a 1-2 player card-driven board game simulating at the strategic level the ongoing bid by Islamic extremists to impose their brand of religious rule on the Muslim world.
Labyrinth : War on Terror
A two player Card Driven Wargame with one player as the United States trying to impose good governance on the Muslim world, the other player the jihadist, pulling the opposite way - trying to restore the Islamic Caliphate. THIS IS THE 2016 EDITION.
Lock ‘n Load Tactical : Heroes of the Falklands
The 13 scenarios Heroes of the Falklands feature the Argentine seizures of Stanley and South Georgia and all of the major land battles, from the British Paras’ costly but morale-boosting assaults on Darwin Hill and Goose Green, to the daring commando raid on Top Malo House, across East Falkland to the climatic battles for the ring of hills around Stanley.
Lock ‘n Load Tactical : Heroes of the Falklands – X-Maps
What are the X-Maps you ask? X-Maps simply put are larger maps able to be used with our Lock ‘n Load Tactical game series. Release Date 2016; Please sign-up below to automatically receive an email when this title is available.
Lock ‘n Load Tactical : Heroes of the Nam
It’s time for another tour of duty. The award-winning Lock ’n Load Tactical Series. Heroes of the Nam. This squad-level game, with its fast-paced, intense impulse system, drops you right into the middle of furious jungle firefights and all-out, building-to-building assaults. Release Date 2016; Please sign-up below to automatically receive an email when this title is available.
Lock ‘n Load Tactical : Heroes of the Nam – Battle Generator
This generator is based in a point system defined by the size of the battle you want to play and then modified up or down by the variables of the battle. This means that you get to the action fast. Release Date 2016; Please sign-up below to automatically receive an email when this title is available.
Lock ‘n Load Tactical : Heroes of the Nam – X-Maps
X-Maps are the same as our standard maps in every way except they are comprised of larger hexes, which contain nearly twice the area of the standard hexes. X-Maps are 11” x 17” in contrast to the 8.25” x 12.75” dimensions of the standard maps. Release Date 2016; Please sign-up below to automatically receive an email when this title is available.
Lock 'N Load : A Day of Heroes
1993 and the mission is to send some Rangers and Delta Force troops to capture two lieutenants, it didn't quite happen that way, this simulation will let you re-enact the battle where 17 Americans and and estimated 1000 Somalies died.
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 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.
Nato Nukes and Nazis 2: The War in France and Russia
The successor to XTR's classic NATO, Nukes, and Nazis, this new version is a "What If" two-map mini-monster wargame set during the late-1980s in an alternative universe in which the Nazi regime survived World War II and is set to start World War III.
Next War : India - Pakistan
Next War: India-Pakistan, the next volume in GMT's series of Next War games and a follow-on to Next War : Korea, allows players to fight a near future war between India and Pakistan.
No Trumpets, No Drums
No Trumpets, No Drums is a game of the war in Vietnam. Two players or teams representing the Communist states and guerrilla armies of Southeast Asia and the pro-Western and neutral states and forces of that region and their American allies combat each other in a political and military duel for control over Indochina.
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.
The Last King of Scotland
The Last King of Scotland, the first in the African Wars series by designer Dennis Bishop, simulates the Uganda-Tanzania War of 1978 - 1979 that ousted Uganda's President for Life, Idi Amin Dada.
The Siege of Orgun, Afghanistan 1983
Orgun, Afghanistan 1983 - a strategic valley in the Paktika Province close to the Pakistan border. A large group of Mujahideen (800 strong) assaults fortified positions, including an airfield and a 19th century fortress, protected by a regiment of the Afghan Army reinforced by Soviet forces.