Deluxe Guadalcanal: The Battle for Henderson Field is a grand tactical game on the efforts of the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army to capture and hold the island of Guadalcanal during the beginning of the island-hopping campaign to push back the Japanese empire. Errors in strategy and logistics at large made this effort extremely difficult for the Marines, as they held on... [click here for more]
1914 Deluxe is an operational level hex-and-counter wargame that covers the first few months of the First World War when the German Army began its offensive into neighboring France. The German player must decide how best to perform the initial invasion. Should it be a direct assault across the French border, or should the assault follow the “Schlieffen Plan” of a march... [click here for more]
Blitzkrieg Deluxe is a "generic" World War 2 era wargame that pits two fictional nations against each other over a fictional land mass represented by a huge 34 by 55 inch map. The game is easy to learn with the rules clocking in at under sixeteen pages, but difficult to master as the options available to each player are numerous. Do you mass your assault at the enemy's borders,... [click here for more]
Beat to Quarters is an official expansion to Flying Colors by GMT Games, LLC and requires a copy of that game (preferably the latest deluxe edition) to play.
One of the most common criticisms of Flying Colors is the clutter of status markers on the map and that they may detract from game play. This concern can be... [click here for more]
Beat to Quarters, Vol II (Serpents of the Seas) is an official expansion to Serpents of the Seas by GMT Games, LLC and requires a copy of that game to play.
One of the most common criticisms of the Flying Colors system is the clutter of status markers on the map and that they may detract from game play. This concern... [click here for more]
The Wargamers Guide to Up Front
Finally available in PDF format, here is the ultimate collection of articles for the Avalon Hill Game Company classic: Up Front. This book was originally printed in the late 1990s as a limited run and consolidates and expands upon the content distributed through the Relative Range newsletter.
In addition to loads of variants and analysis,... [click here for more]