Battle of Rosebud Creek
George Armstrong Custer and The Battle of the Little Bighorn have long overshadowed the Battle of the Rosebud. Preceding the Little Bighorn by a week, the outcome of this battle directly influenced what happened to Custer and the 7th US Cavalry.
Battle of the Little Bighorn
The Battle of the Little Bighorn, also known as Custer's Last Stand, was the epic fight between a massive combined force of Plains Indian tribes and the 7th United States Cavalry under the command of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer.
Bloody Fields of Mollwitz
The Bloody Fields of Mollwitz is the first game in the tactical battle series entitled The Battles of Enlightenment, representing the first battle of Frederick II, King of Prussia.
Chancellorsville 1863 is a card-driven game on the American Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville. Playable by 1 to 2 players in 1 hour, the game comes with a card-driven solitaire engine.
Command & Colors : Tricorne - The American Revolution
The game is based on the highly successful Commands & Colors game system. Commands & Colors Tricorne - The American Revolution introduces many new game concepts, which will add historical depth and provide even the most veteran Commands & Colors player many new play experiences and challenges
Commands & Colors : Tricorne - Jacobite Rising
Using the Commands & Colors system Jacobite Rising is not overly complex. In a battle scenario, two players will command either the Jacobite forces or the units of the Government army. There are 13 battle scenarios in the game.
Commands & Colors: Samurai Battles
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: January 2021; The Commands & Colors: Samurai Battles game rules allow players to portray important engagements of Japanese history.
Dawn's Early Light: The War of 1812
Dawn’s Early Light: The War of 1812 is a two-player card-driven grand strategy game: a quick-playing, high-level abstract recreation of the entire conflict encompassing the territorial, naval, political, and economic competition between the two sides.
Hawaii, 1795: Kamehameha's War of Unification
Skirmishes, raids, and abortive diplomacy had divided the Hawaiian Islands from one another. In 1795, Kamehameha unified the big island of Hawaii and set out to bring the other islands under one high king.
Hidden Strike: American Revolution
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: April 2021; Hidden Strike: American Revolution recreates the struggle between the American colonists and the British forces during the War of Independence. Each side tries to win the war by controlling a majority of regions.
Imperial Struggle is a two-player game depicting the 18th-century rivalry between France and Britain. It begins in 1697, as the two realms wait warily for the King of Spain to name an heir, and ends in 1789, when a new order brought down the Bastille.
Khartoum: Sudan, 1883 to 1885
The Mahdist rebellion swept over the Sudan in 1883, destroying an Egyptian army under the command of the British General Hicks and endangering Khartoum on the Nile. The British government dispatched General Charles “Chinese” Gordon to hold the city.
La Guerra di Gradisca 1615-1617
The War of Gradisca 1615-1617 is a simulation game of the ancient conflict between the Archduke of Austria and the Republic of Venice, which saw the confrontation of two powers of the era in a political and military context that anticipated the long period of the Thirty Years War.
Leuthen (Battles from the Age of Reason, Vol. 3) (Boxless)
Leuthen (Battles from the Age of Reason, Vol. 3) presents both gamers and students of the period with a colorful and meticulously detailed simulation with which to explore the actual events and possibilities of this definitive battle
No Peace Without Spain 2nd Edition
It is the age of Marlborough and Vauban. No Peace Without Spain is a strategic simulation of the bloody battles, epic sieges and political turmoil that embroiled Western Europe for more than a decade to decide the fate of the Spanish throne. Will the Habsburgs regain the crown, or will Louis XIV's grandson rule in Madrid?
On To Paris!
On To Paris! uses a wargame system adapted from Victory Games' “The Civil War” to simulate the grand events of the Franco Prussian war (1870-71) and challenge players to control the leadership, organization and military operations of Armies and Corps during the later 19th century.
Prelude to Rebellion
"Prelude to Rebellion" depicts this conflict as a card-driven game using key events from 1834 to 1837. Each player strives to mobilize the people of the various counties of Lower Canada and rally them to his point of view.