Science Vs Pluck is a game of the Sudan Wars set at a “Generalship” level in which Players portray Officers in the service of Queen or Khedive, and seek to solve a variety of problems posed by the Enemy, the harsh terrain and cli-mate and, indeed, their own orders. All the participants serve together in, one would hope, some degree of cooperation, while one or more Umpires, control the wild Sudanese... [click here for more]
This is a convention-style game about Camerone, the heroic last stand of a company of the French Foreign Legion. The game’s all about the romance of the Foreign Legion. It’s unfair. The French have all the advantages. They shoot whenever they want to, get +1 in melee, and have actual names and personal details. The heroic Mexicans have very basic rules and fall off the table when grazed... [click here for more]
A Gentleman’s War is a simple game involving toy soldiers of the classic style. It is a relaxed and relaxing game, where enough depends on the turn of a card and the roll of a handful of dice to say that our disasters are pure chance, but enough cunning decision-making to claim our victories as acts of brilliant generalship.
Our model soldiers are very brave, obedient, and... [click here for more]