AMBUSH ALLEY was the first rule-set released by Ambush Alley Games, hitting the digital market in 2007. The game was groundbreaking for its outcome based design, fluid fog of war mechanism, and in media res approach to scenarios.
Although Ambush Alley was supplanted to a great degree by Force on Force 1e and 2e, Ambush Alley remains a fast, fun, and... [click here for more]
Ambush Valley was the first "Theater Book" published for Force on Force 1e. Much of the writing and design was done by Piers Brand, with assistance from Shawn Carpenter. Ambush Alley (2e) is an expanded version of these rules for use with Force on Force (2e). ... [click here for more]
“Sidewinder Actual, this is Sidewinder 3! We’re engaged on all sides! Mostly Zulus with some Romeos on the edges. We should be able to hold as long as our volume of fire … Kowalski’s down from sniper fire! Possessed on the rooftops! Repeat: Possessed on the rooftops! We have a Dexter! We have a Dexter!”
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This is the first edition of Day of the Rangers, which was written for use with Ambush Alley 1e. It was published in 2008 and generated a run on Black Hawk helicopter models in the US and UK. We hope you enjoy it. ... [click here for more]
These are the original Force on Force rules, published in 2009. They are a development of our flagship Ambush Alley urban warfare rules. They were only published in softback and PDF and were the foundation upon which Force on Force 2e were built.
This edition features rules for WWII combat which were not included in Force on Force 2e. Those rules and the scenarios included in the book are easily... [click here for more]
Ambush Alley: Next War was written to give you a set of go-to rules for small unit conflicts set in any period from the Cold War forward – far forward! The rules support down-and-dirty Post War skirmishes, clashes in the news today, conflicts of the near future, and the wars that follow us into the stars.This development draft is a living document. It allows Ambush Alley Games... [click here for more]
Operation: Uruzgan was one of Force on Force 1e's most well-received scenario/sourcebooks. Released in 2009 and authored by Leigh Neville, a respected and widely published historian, Operation: Uruzgan is not only packed with great scenarios, it's also revealing, historically accurate glimpse of 4RAR (2 Commando)'s tour in Uruzgan.
This book was never updated... [click here for more]