B- 29 Superfortress is a solitaire game featuring the technologically most advanced bomber of the Second World War - the B-29 - flying as part of the Twentieth Air Force from the Marianas Islands against targets in and around Japan in late 1944 and 1945.
Demyansk Shield recreates the World War II campaign in the Valday Hills region of Russia, from late January 1942 through May 1942. One player will control the Axis forces (Germans), while his opponent controls the Soviet forces (Russians).
Dien Bien Phu - The Final Gamble is a two-player game about the battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954. One player represents France and her colonial troops. The other player represents the armed force of Viet Minh, the communist/nationalist independence movement of Vietnam. (Second Edition)
"HELL OVER KOREA" is an expansion module for "B-29 SUPERFORTRESS" and covers B-29 missions in the Korean War from November 1950 through April 1951, covering a standard six-month bomber crew tour of duty in Korea. NOTE THAT YOU MUST OWN A COPY OF "B-29 SUPERFORTRESS" TO PLAY "HELL OVER KOREA."
Picket Duty is a solitaire game where you - as the captain of a Fletcher Class destroyer - fend off kamikaze attacks while performing picket duty off Okinawa, in 1945
On the 15th December 1899 General Sir Redvers Buller tried to cross the Thukela River in order to relieve the Siege of Ladysmith. He was faced by well entrenched Boer commandos who inflicted a reverse upon the British that ultimately led to Buller being relieved of command.
The Battle of Tanga was the first major movement by Britain during World War 1 against the German East Africa colony. A diverse mix of colonial troops from India took part in the landings. Plagued with numerous problems, the British pressed on against the outnumbered German Schutztruppe and their Askari soldiers.
The Battle of the Little Bighorn, also known as Custer's Last Stand, was the epic fight between a massive combined force of Plains Indian tribes and the 7th United States Cavalry under the command of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer.
The Great Game recreates the 19th Century Anglo-Russian struggle for supremacy in Central Asia. In the actual contest, Tsarist Russia resented British expeditions into the Steppe Khanates while Victorian Britain feared that Russian entreaties to Persia and Afghanistan would jeopardize India's security.