Historical games

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  1. Ostkrieg: WW II Eastern Front

    Ostkrieg: WW II Eastern Front is a compact, strategic-level game covering the struggle on the Eastern Front during World War II by game designer, Mitchell Ledford. This game utilizes the unique and fast-paced, card-driven combat/build system introduced in Pacific Tide. revolving around ground and air operations. While extremely competitive as a two-player game, Ostkrieg can be enjoyed again and again in solitaire play format with its unique, “personality” driven bot system.

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    $59.00

  2. WWII Commander: Battle of the Bulge

    WWII Commander, Volume One: Battle of the Bulge is the first in a series of fast-playing area-based games on key campaigns of the Second World War. Battle of the Bulge is a two-player game of the German offensive against the Western Allies in December 1944, designed by renowned game designer John H. Butterfield and based on his original boardgame design that was later released in digital format by Shenandoah Studios, an imprint of Slitherine UL Ltd.

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    $65.00

  3. France 1944: The Allied Crusade in Europe, Designer Signature Edition

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    France 1944: The Allied Crusade in Europe, Designer Signature Edition, marks the return of an original game covering the historical events that led to the liberation of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands during the Allied drive on Germany by renowned game designer, Mark Herman. This new signature edition has been re-mastered and updated and will be linking with an all-new companion game, Russia 1944, slated for release in late 2020. 
    France 1944 is yet another Classic Reborn! by Compass.

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    $69.00

  4. Tinian

    Most people have never heard of the Battle of Tinian. Overshadowed by the Battle of Saipan to the north and the Invasion of Guam to the south, Tinian seems like a small side show that had no real impact on the war. Some people may hear the name and remember that the B-29s, the ones that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan, flew from there but for the rest it has become a minor part of military history - a forgotten battle.

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    $99.00

  5. Commands & Colors: Tricorne Expansion – The American Revolution War Expansion Kit 1 – The French & More!

    The French & More! is the first expansion for the Commands & Colors Tricorne - The American Revolution  game. The kit adds ten new battles, adding the French army to the mix and expanding your existing forces.  Of course, the two major land battles involving the French Army are included in the scenarios: Savannah and Yorktown. The expansion also takes a detailed look at the Battle of Brandywine, along with the battles of Springfield, Kings Mountain and Pell’s Point.  New terrain tiles, additional blocks, stickers and larger, molded dice, are all included so you can play these new American Revolution War engagements.

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    $75.00

  6. Vietnam: Rumor of War

    In 1965, the United States decided to intervene in the ongoing conflict in Vietnam.  This moment shaped the United States more than any other in the 20th Century.  From the battlefield to the home front, the United States faced one of the greatest challenges in its history.  Using the Operational Scale System as seen in Korea: Fire and Ice, OSS: Vietnam will show the conflict in a playable yet historical manner. 

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    $89.00

  7. A Pragmatic War

    A Pragmatic War: The War of the Austrian Succession 1741 – 1748 is a two-player game simulating the War of the Austrian Succession. One player represents the Austrian interest represented by the Austrians and those powers in Europe faithful to the original agreement, (“the Pragmatic Alliance”). The other player represents the challengers to the Austrians, the Bavarian rival for the Imperial title, Charles Albert and his supporters, primarily the Bourbon rulers of France and Spain intermittently joined by Prussia (“the Bourbons”).

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    $75.00

  8. The Late Unpleasantness

    In the spring of 1861, Richmond, Virginia became the capital of the Confederacy.  Being a manufacturing powerhouse only 120 miles from Washington DC and the Confederate capital, it became the focus of Union attention. The threat of capture by Federal forces was constant.

    The Late Unpleasantness covers the two major attempts to capture the Confederate Capital City.

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    $89.00

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