Rally Round The Flag Rally Round The Flag is a fast paced easy to understand game system for use in the time of The American Civil War 1861 to 1865. Scott Monsour has captured the historical flavor of one of America’s bloodiest conflicts and in doing so has created a truly unique game system for use with miniatures (both 15mm and 25 mm scales). This book supplies the gamer with... [click here for more]
The original, and still the best. Skirmish level rules for WWII, Modern and Western cinematic combat designed for tabletop miniatures, preferably Big Toy Soldiers, and Cowboy and Indian figs. Scaleable all the way from 20mm to 54mm - we've even seen games of Gen Glen played with 1/8th scale models.
Rules cover infantry action, vehicles, and scenario setup. Game takes about 15 minutes to teach, and... [click here for more]
Raid! Crooked Creek is a simple brochure focusing on raids and raiders of American Civil War. It is a simple two sided brochure to inform ACW about the significance of these raids. It is also the story of the Lighting Mule Brigade's unfortunate raid into Dixie and Bedford Forest's brilliant victory over a much larger force.
This is ideal for instructors who wish to provide... [click here for more]
A free sample of the track set that is currently on Kickstarter bei DasTri. If that campaign succeeds, the standard tracks will be free here (or rather, pay what you want). The other gauge sets: Russian/CSA, India, Cape, 600mm will be available as sets here.
This file represents a Standard Gauge, 1435mm, scaled in 1:100. Naturally this can be scaled to any other size, though at 1:35 you may find... [click here for more]
The 2016 US Presidential Race is destined to be one for the history books – so why not have some fun with it? Clash is a simple word-based card game for 2-6 players intended to be played during the Presidential Debates – though it can be played simply by watching any of the major news networks. The rules are simple and the game is as fast paced as the buzzwords and curses the politicians’... [click here for more]