Birds of Prey is a revolutionary jet combat game simulating flight with unprecedented precision and engrossing play. Flight mechanics allow freedom in three dimensions without requiring special maneuver rules. Physics-based systems model aircraft performance differences correctly and simply through the use of only two elegant playaids; graphical computers known as nomograms. Missiles fly out towards... [click here for more]
Airbattle RAG is the new journal of Air Combat in the Jet Age!
This publication expands Birds of Prey with articles, scenarios and play components. Delve into dogfighting tactics. Fly a new jet and wield a new missile. Look ahead to the next generation mechanics. Take your seat in a new scenario. Airbattle RAG is for everyone who enjoys Birds of Prey!
BoPGUN “Fox... [click here for more]
The best defense is a good offense!
Air combat epitomizes this adage. The fighter sweep is a basic offensive counter-air tactic and tool for gaining Air Superiority. Groups of fighters, sweeping ahead of a strike package better protect their charges by aggressively engaging enemy aircraft, rather than waiting for enemy interceptors to approach the closely escorted bombers.
The Fighter Sweep expansion... [click here for more]
The Airborne Alert Scenario Booklet covers the world of Interceptors and the nuclear bombers that drove the need for them. Includes rules for large and less-than-maneuverable aircraft, plus a historical look at aggressor aircraft. The scenario book is a wealth of setting and challenging scenarios. This includes a couple of solitaire or cooperative play compatible scenarios. This is the scenario booklet... [click here for more]
The Birds of Prey Rulebook contains all of the rules to play the revolutionary jet combat game simulating flight with unprecedented precision and engrossing play. Flight mechanics allow freedom in three dimensions without requiring special maneuver rules. Missiles pursue their targets without player intervention, using proper kinematics flowing seamlessly into the underlying flight engine.
But... [click here for more]