Captain's Sea is a low-to-moderate complexity game for two players who take the roles as captains of the original American frigates (Chesapeake, Congress, Constellation, Constitution, President, and United States) or their opponents from the British or French navies during the turn of the 19th Century.
The game depicts the first Royalist rising in 1793. The “White” player attempts to capture and hold Republican fortresses. If all goes well the English may enter the fray. Meanwhile “Blue” Republican armies attempt to overwhelm their weaker foe and implement a scorched-earth policy while partisans harry their every move. Event cards present both sides...
The game Maida 1806: Stuart vs. Reynier represents a small battle of the Napoleonic Wars. The British army under Sir John Stuart defeated the French troops of Jean Louis Reynier. Outcome of battle was decided by British infantry attack on bayonets, preceded by effective rifle volley. Rules focus on infantry tactics
Napoleon 1806 is a game at the crossroads of history and simulation. Two players will relive the clashes between Prussian and French at the heart of the imperial conquests of Napoleon the 1st, which culminated in the battles of Auerstaedt and Jena.
Napoléon 1807 is a game at the crossroads of History and simulation. Two players will relive the clashes between Russians and French in the heart of winter 1806-1807 in Poland. Three campaigns are proposed that retrace the terrible events that will culminate in the famous battles of Pultusk, Eylau and Friedland.
Napoleon in Spain is focusing on the first and second British interventions in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and in the two major battles of the second campaign of the "Guerra de la Independencia" in 1808. Vimeiro (21 August 1808) Espinosa de los Monteros (10-11 November 1808) Tudela (23 November 1808) La Coruña (16 January 1809)
Napoleon’s Eagles is a highly playable, action-packed card game set during the wars of 19th Century Europe. Two battles are featured: Borodino, the sanguinary clash before the gates of Moscow featured in Tolstoy’s famous novel War and Peace, and Leipzig, the great “Battle of Nations” which marked the beginning of the end of the French Empire.