This solo mini-campaign was inspired by FINLAND AT WAR: THE WINTER WAR 1939-40 by Vesa Nenye, and saw two imagi-nations, Opeland (which stood in for Finland) and the all-powerful Soviet People’s United Republics or SPUR (which stood in for the Soviet Union) fighting each other over the position of the border between the two countries and possession of the city of Viputa. An early version of the author’s... [click here for more]
This book has been written in direct response to the feedback from readers of ‘The Portable Wargame’, and includes three sets of rules – Ancient, enhanced Early and Mid-Twentieth Century, and Air Combat – and chapters that look at Army Lists, Mini-campaigns, and Scenarios. All the rules have been designed to be used with a gridded tabletop made up of squares or hexes.
This book contains chapters... [click here for more]
The author has been a confirmed colonial wargamer for over forty years and took part in the famous Madasahatta Campaign that was run by the late Eric Knowles. This interest has grown over the years, and has finally resulting in the writing of this book.
Please note that all the rules have been designed to be used with a gridded tabletop made up of squares or hexes.
This book has fourteen chapters,... [click here for more]
These rules have been designed so that players can fight typical small battles between European Colonial armies and their opponents during the period between 1875 and 1910. They use a gridded battlefield, which removes the need to measure both move distances and weapon ranges, thus speeding up the whole process of fighting a wargame. It also removed any doubts or possible disputes as to whether or... [click here for more]