“…this is one of the best abstract strategy games I have ever played.” -Tom Vasel (The Dice Tower)
The Duke: Print & Play Edition
The politics of the high court are elegant, shadowy and subtle. Not so in the outlying duchies. Rival dukes contend for unclaimed lands far from the king’s reach, and possession is the law in these lands. Use your forces to capture... [click here for more]
A Star League Prize!
Several years before titanic events erupted into the Fourth Succession War, the last significant battle of the Third Succession War took place in 3025, on the sleepy, border world of Galtor.
Hanse Davion, Prince of the Federated Suns, attempted to regain control of the stalemate along his border with House Kurita by leaking the existence of a fake hidden Star League cache... [click here for more]
James' Fighting Leviathans: Excerpt From 1910 Part Two (PDF) [CAT31601p] $2.45
Leviathans is a steampunk game that simulates combat between warships that have taken to the air in an alternate history 1910. The king leviathans, battleships, are the largest vessels. Maneuvering in support are light cruisers, destroyers and other vessels. Will you captain your fleet for king and country, expanding your... [click here for more]
Tools for the Quick-Strike Commander
The year is 3039, and mankind is at war. At the pinnacle of military technology is an avatar of armor and weapons: the BattleMech. On the battlefields of a thousand worlds, the warlords who reign supreme fight to reclaim the mantle of the fallen Star League in the name of their House and their honor.
Quick-Strike Cards: Introductory Set provides players... [click here for more]
In November 3067 the Second Star League disbanded. The Word of Blake—a splinter group of ComStar—had been on the verge of joining in fulfillment of ancient prophecies. Denied their dream, the Blakists sought to preserve the Star League against the follies of the Houses, but its fanaticism manifested this noble goal as the Jihad: a horrific war that has pitted every faction against each... [click here for more]
I Play Therefore I am!
Ergo is the logical card game for the geek in all of us. Each player plays a variable (A, B, C, or D) and uses familiar logical operators like 'Not', 'And', 'Or', 'If-Then' to prove they exist, and that their opponents don't!
Along the way, watch out for cards that will shift the equation like Wild Cards, 'Tabula Rasa' or the dreaded 'Fallacy' card.
Each Player takes... [click here for more]