|The Battle of Raphia: Historical game in the
Series 120. (1977)
Alexander the Great's empire broke apart into several kingdoms after his death (323 B.C.), each of them attempting to expand at the expense of the others. Two of these, the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt and the Seleucid Kingdom of Syria and Persia, had achieved relative stability. The battle of Raphia is the fifth clash between these two rivals.
|The Battle of Prague: Historical game in the
Series 120. (1980)
Frederick the Great's victory over the Austrian army in 1757 during the Seven Years War. The battle was marked with a brilliant flanking movement from Frederick, that destroyed the right wing of the Austrians.
|The Battle of the Alma: Historical game in
the Series 120. (1978)
On September 20, 1854, Allied troops consisting of British, French and Turkish soldiers met the Russian forces in the first major battle of the Crimean War.
|Blue Max: Dogfights over France.
Above the trenches of WWI was a different kind of war fought, a war without frontlines, in which victory depended on individual skill and daring. Where successful pilots became national heros.
|Trenchfoot: Bullets & Bayonets in
The Great War. (1981)
Over the top! Run. Jump. Fire. Run. Slip and fall. So goes the advance across the mud, craters, and barbed wire of noman's land, even if the advances were ordered by generals, it becames a soldier's war battle and desperate struggle to survive.
|A House Divided: The American Civil War
From the first angry shots on Fort Sumter to Appomattox. A war that pitted families against each each others, brother against brother, a conflict that divided our nation.
|1940: Springtime for Hitler. (1980)
The German Wehrmacht stand poised on the borders of France, after months of waiting (a period called the Phony War), Germany launched their offensive against the Allies on May 10, 1940, a campaign that would culminate in one of the most brilliant victories of the 20th Century.
|1941: Operation Barbarossa. (1981)
An historical game in the Series 120 about the German invasion of the Soviet Union, covering the initial onslaught from June to December 1941, optional rules cover the Soviet winter counteroffensive during the first months of 1942.
|Operation Crusader: The British 8th Army's
winter offensive against Rommel's Afrika Korps, 1941. (1978)
Operation Crusader covers the repeated offensive by the British against the Afrika Korps around Tobruk from May to December 1941. Shorter scenarios cover Brevity and Battleaxe, operations that served as preludes to the Operation Crusader.
|8th Army: Operation Crusader: The Winter
Battles for Tobruk, 1941. (1984)
A Double Blind Series game of the fighting in North Africa. Tobruk is surrounded, and two British counteroffensives have been quickly stopped and tumbled back into Egypt. By November, the British has pnce more massed the forces they belive necesaary to relieve Tobruk.
|The Normandy Campaign: Beachhead to
A Double Blind Series game of the fighting in Normandy which occured after the Allied D-Day landings of June 6th, 1944. From a small foothold the Allies managed to enlarge and then break out of their perimeter trapping the bulk of two German armies in the Falaise-Argentan pocket.
|OperationMarket-Garden: Descent into
A Double Blind Series game of the biggest airborne operation in history. Three divisions of paratroopers, the British 1st, the U.S. 82nd and 101st Airborne were dropped in a narrow corridor stretching 60 miles into Nazi-occupied Holland. Their misson to seize a series of bridges.
|Road to the Rhine: Division level game from
the beach breakout to the River Rhine. (1979)
September 1944, The German army is disordered and the road to the Rhine is open, if only the Allies can break through before rapidly arriving German reserves can impose a stalemate in the defenses of the West Wall.
|Air Superiority: Modern jet air combat.
Realistic game of jet fighter combat in the 1980s and 90s, since the appearance of jets in WWII, jet fighters have been designed, and their pilots trained, to achieve air superiority.
|Air Strike: Modern air-to-ground combat, a
sequel to Air Superiority. (1987)
An expansion that adds air strikes against targets on the ground. Rules covering: Terrain-following flight, triple A's, Sams and the air-to-ground attacks.
|Harpoon: Modern Naval combat. (1981, 1984,
Simulation of modern naval warfare, with rules covering ship and aircraft movement, how to detect the enemy and to attack them.
|The Third World War: Battle for Germany.
A struggle for the central Europe between forces of NATO and Warsaw Pact. Will the Pact forces be able to roll over Europe before they suffer from a logistic breakdown, or will NATO be able to hold out?
|Southern Front: Race for the Turkish
Straits, TWW game 2. (1984)
The battles for southern Europe, Bulgaria and Romania, reinforced with three Soviet armies face Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia, in a battle over the Turkish straits. Pact control over the straits enable the Black See Fleet to sortie into the Mediterranean.
|Arctic Front: Battle for Norway,
TWW game 3. (1985)
The Soviet Leningrad Front assaults Norway, reinforced with elite troops from US, Britain, Canada and other NATO nations. Objective to capture the strategic ports and airfields of Norway to support the Soviet Northern Fleet's battle for the North Atlantic.
|Persian Gulf: Battle for the Middle East,
TWW game 4. (1986)
The Soviet-US rivalry in the Middle East erupts into armed conflict when both sides sends troops into Iran, this is the spark that starts the Third World War series.
|Mayday: Starship to starship combat.
Starship combat with maneuver drives and futuristic weaponry. Each player controls starships as they battle in games of escape, evasion and interplanetary combat.
|Snapshot: Close combat aboard starships in
the far future. (1979)
As the free trading ship Beowulf jumps between the stars, a small band of passengers quietly assemble pistols from parts concealed in their luggage, and make their way stealthily to the crew's quarters and the bridge.
|Dark Nebula: Combat between the Solomani
Confederation and Aslanic Hierate. (1980)
As the Aslanic Hierate and the Solomani Confederation expand into unknown space, they meet, and soon fight, in a struggle for control that will bring the victor greater economic and political power.
|Azhanti High Lightning: Adventure aboard an
Imperial Starship. (1980)
Man-to-Man combat for the control of an Imperial Star Cruiser.
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