Hood Strikes North is a Great Campaigns of the American Civil War (GCACW) series game on the desperate offensive undertaken by the Army of Tennessee in November 1864 through central Tennessee in an effort to capture Union-held Nashville.
On to Richmond II: The Union Strikes South covers some of the most famous campaigns of the Civil War in a single module for the Great Campaigns of the American Civil War (GCACW) series: On To Richmond II (which covers the 1862 Richmond Campaign) Grant Takes Command II (which covers the 1864 Overland Campaign) The Petersburg Campaign (which covers the...
Vicksburg was the key. Holding it meant "holding the South together," with access to all the western men, food, horses, supplies and Mexican ports. Holding it also meant the Mississippi River could not be freely used by the North, for transporting troops and supplies.
Kernstown is a game simulating the fighting on March 23, 1862 and July 24, 1864 around Kernstown. The game is specifically designated to be a playable regimental-scale simulation of these two conflicts and some scenarios can be completed in a long evening.
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
The Devil’s to Pay! is a game depicting not only the actual events of July 1st at the Battle of Gettysburg, but also what could have happened on that fateful first day. This game uses the Blind Sword rules system.
In June 1862, as Federal troops attempted to retreat after withdrawing from Gaine's Mill, Virginia, Gen. Robert E. Lee saw an opportunity to annihilate them on the congested roads between White Oak Swamp and the small community of Glendale. The Battle of Frayser Farm using the Musket and Saber system.
Into the Woods: the Battle of Shiloh is the eighth installment of the Great Battles of the American Civil War (GBACW) series.
"GIVE US VICTORIES" is a wargame about the Chancellorsville campaign, fought during the American Civil War, when 130,000 soldiers of the Union Northern Army clashed with the much smaller Northern Virginia Army, led by General Robert E. Lee.
On August 10th, 1861 the first major battle of the Trans-Mississippi theater, and the second major battle of the American Civil War, was fought near Springfield, Missouri. Three rather green forces (one Union army and two Rebel forces) met at Wilson’s Creek and clashed on “Bloody Hill. Little did they know how bloody the war would be.