This set of rules began as a simple project to tinker with another well known game in order to modify it into a suitable set of fast play rules for the musket era. However, it soon became apparent that this attempt to tinker would not work. The musket era required that certain factors be taken into account such as fire power, unit degradation from casualties, and command. Therefore this is a... [click here for more]
The Persian Army of the Napoleonic Era – Qajar Dynasty 1779-1857A source-book for wargamers, a military history for the curious
Persia under the Qajar Dynasty sat on the fringes of lands convulsed by the French Rvolution and Napoleonic Wars but was not unaffected by them
At times the Persians were allied with Napoleon's France, Great Britian or the... [click here for more]
The American war of Independence was fought from 1775 - 1783, eight long years of war. This started out as a colony of 13 independent states joined together to fight England, one of the most powerful countries in the world. Campaigns were fought across the northern, middle and southern states before finally becoming the United States of America.
These rules allow you to re-fight the battles of the... [click here for more]
This Digest Edition gives you just the rules and unit information without any fluff or art, great for quick reference!
Animals go to war!
Brushfire is a skirmish war game in which animals fill the role of historical parodies. The Badgers of Aquitar, the Reptiles of Scyzantium, and the Dogs of Axony fight across the world in 19th Century warfare. This fast and easy war game plays great with between... [click here for more]
Best Allies is a set of 18th century land warfare rules, suitable for army sized battles. Individual units are organised into brigades with each side taking it in turn to activate, move and fight their brigades. Includes rules for different commanders level of ability.
With army lists for the; Great Northern war, War of Spanish Succession, Jacobite Risings, Seven Years war, American war of Independence... [click here for more]