Wargame of the Greek Civil War, 1947-49 - one of the few times a Communist-inspired insurgency was beaten by a Western government. Uses a development of a game system used by Brian Train in several other games about insurgencies in Algeria, Cyprus and Peru.
Features include government political interference in how the Army is deployed and supplied, refugees, Balkan sanctuaries, and American support.... [click here for more]
EOKA is a simulation game for two players of the 1955-59 conflict between the terrorist group EOKA (Ethnikí Orgánosis Kipriakoú Agónos, or National Organisation of Cypriot Struggle) and the security forces of the United Kingdom and the Government of Cyprus.
EOKA is meant to be played by two players. One, the EOKA player, plays the role of General George Grivas, the military leader of... [click here for more]
Historically in the Third World, coups have changed more governments than elections since World War II. Most coups involve using part of the armed forces of a country to seize power from a ruler, though there is usually little overt conflict - the coup d'etat is generally a much less bloody way of seizing power than its distant cousin, the popular revolution.
In the game, two or more players act as... [click here for more]
Red Guard - about the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in Red China, 1966-69. For 2-6 players, 208 counters, 36 tiles, abstract troop and time scale. Different factions of the Chinese Communist Party fight and subvert their way to the top. Don't go too far or the whole country will collapse into chaos. It's all rather abstract as befits such a large, complicated and nebulous conflict, the... [click here for more]