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]
Hyperspace Hack: Ultrafast Spaceship Fleet Battles with Miniatures is designed for two to twenty players. You can control 50 ships or more. The rules are simple yet subtle for fleet sized actions. The rules include a one page Quick Reference Sheet. Players can rate crews from raw to elite. The rules cover task force and armada morale. Players can ram, board or shoot enemies. Yes ships... [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]
SNIPER! is designed to commemorate the hard fighting that took place in Italy during World War II. The German troops faced a determined Allied attack that came over difficult terrain in terrible conditions of cold, rain, snow, heat and dust. The advantages lay with the defender and that made the attacks costly and time consuming. Often both sides seemed to be in a quagmire that sapped morale and destroyed... [click here for more]
From the Introduction
In 1966 or there about, Tom Vivirit was closing his lumber yard and he was gracious enough to give me many different turn of the century (circa 1914 to 1919) Frank Leslie’s Magazines. In this batch of printed treasure was a Curtiss Wright Flyleaf from about 1917. At least that is the date often used in these pages. The Flyleaf included pages 5 through 18. No cover was... [click here for more]