|1914: Germany At War|
1914 is a game of World War I conflict simulation at the strategic level. It recalls the most decisive battles fought by Germany on the Western in 1914.
|Blocks in Afrika|
BLOCKS IN AFRIKA is a new concept game covering the whole North African campaign from 1940 to 1943.
Developed on wooden blocks and cubes system, over an astonishing 87x64cm full laminated multicolor map-board.
|Blocks in the East|
BLOCKS IN THE EAST is a game of World War II conflict simulation at the strategic level. It recalls the most decisive battles fought on the Eastern Front from the beginning of the invasion in summer 1941 until the dramatic end in Berlin in spring 1945.
|Blocks in the West|
Blocks in the West (BITW) recalls, in game form, the most decisive battles fought in the European Theater Front from the invasion of France until the collapse of the Nazi regimen in May 1945.
In June, 1812, Napoleon invaded Russia with over 500,000 troops, not so much to "conquer" anything but really intending to fight on big battle (like Austerlitz) and then dictate terms. Unfortunately, the Russian armies did not comply.
When most people think of Leningrad in WW2, it is the long siege that comes to mind. But the best chance for the Axis to capture the city really happened in the opening months of the campaign..
|Moscow 41 2nd Edition|
MOSCOW '41 : is a wargame covering the most decisive campain of WWII: the German drive on Moscow. Although based on a historical event, the players in command of the two sides can modify the course of History. The game is recommended for two players, but has excellent solitaire suitability.
|Stalingrad: Inferno on the Volga|
Stalingrad: Inferno on the Volga recreates one of the most epic battles of World War 2 with a game mechanism that makes this work in FOUR different game modes, including a true solitaire (versus AI) version.
|Waterloo 200 2nd Edition|
Waterloo 200 is a new concept game covering the epic Waterloo Battle fought in Belgium in June 1815.