A full set of fifty-two cards needed to play Battle-Troll. Action Cards for four bands of Vikings, two sets of Combat Cards for attack and defense, and two hand-sized Combat Results Tables. Combat in Battle-Troll is like rock-paper-scissors with swords and axes, with insults thrown in and a chance to fall on your -----. ... [click here for more]
Mexican Jack Squint presents possibly the least evolved set of wargame rules ever. By which I mean "Since the glaciers retreated."
Movement? All based on the size of your hand.
Missiles? Throw a wadded up paper ball at your opponent across the table. If he's supposed to be in cover, he holds up a chair.
Melee? Three rounds of "Rock, paper, scissors'. Or – more historically... [click here for more]
You'll need this deck for all our ancient/medieval/fantasy games where it's all down to the jabbing and stabbing and occasional use of sharp insults. It's based on a variant of 'rock/paper/scissors', but more lethal, and a lot funnier. ... [click here for more]