Baroque is a card-driven multi-player wargame in which players use a variety of strategies to control states, build cities and cathedrals, and thereby get elected Holy Roman Emperor. The situation is very loosely based on the political situation in what is now Germany immediately after the Thirty Years War (starting about 1650), the Baroque Era.
The Battle of Pensacola game is a low to moderate complexity tactical game covering the Spanish and French attack on British held Pensacola in 1781 during the American Revolutionary War. The game takes about 90 minutes to play. One player commands the Spanish and French forces and the other player commands the British forces.
Battle of Poltava is a low to moderate complexity tactical game covering the climatic battle of the Great Northern War in 1709. The game takes about 90 minutes to play. One player commands the Swedish forces and the other player commands the Russian forces.
The Battle of Yorktown is a low to moderate complexity tactical game covering the Franco-American attack and siege of Yorktown during the American Revolutionary War. One player commands the British and their Hessian mercenaries and the other player commands the Franco-American forces. The game takes about 90 minutes to play.
The Battle of Blenheim is a tactical level two player game covering one of the pivotal battles during the War of Spanish Succession. One player takes the role of Marlborough, commanding the British and Allied forces, and the other of Tallard, leading the Franco-Bavarians
Blood on the Ohio presents the late 18th century struggle between a coalition of Indian tribes led by Little Turtle and the nascent American Army to determine control of the then Ohio territory.
Campaigns of Montrose: A Year of Living Dangerously, 1644-1645. This is a two-player game. It depicts James Graham, the Marquis of Montrose, and his legendary string of victories over the Scottish Covenanter government during the First English Civil War (1642-1646), that would later go down in a crushing defeat.
This is a two-player game of Kamehameha’s campaign of unification. One player controls the forces of Kamehameha, the other commands the allied chiefs of Oahu and Maui. Movement carries armies along the Hawaiian chain, followed by tactical combat for control of each island. Counters represent warriors, musketeers, pikemen, elite guards, cannons, and canoes.