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Tried & True Terrain: Eight Simple Projects for the Beginning Wargamer By Luke Addison
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Young author and wargamer Luke Addison presents his first book to help the beginning wargamer get started with building and painting terrain for tabletop wargames. A super guide for model train... More > enthusiasts and scratch-build modelers, too! Color inside available for download only.< Less
Tried & True Terrain: Eight Simple Projects for the Beginning Wargamer By Luke Addison
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Young author and wargamer Luke Addison presents his first book to help the beginning wargamer get started with building and painting terrain for tabletop wargames. A super guide for model train... More > enthusiasts and scratch-build modelers, too!< Less
Rate of Fire - Skirmish Wargame Rules By Mark Sims
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Rate of Fire are WWII skirmish rules suitable for miniatures from 15mm through to 40mm. Each player can easily control 30-40 figures and complete a game within a few hours. The game mechanics have... More > been designed to be fast and simple but with the emphasis on troop quality, command and morale. Suppression, force morale, opportunity fire and staggered fire phases mean that you will need to use historical tactics to achieve your goal - charge headlong against the enemy hoping for the best and you are in serious trouble! Rate of Fire suitable for setting up historical scenarios or as a points based game where both sides bring along a balanced force and fight it out for victory objectives. The rule book includes 3 introductory scenarios and a comprehensive points system so that you can calculate the value of any force. The rules cater for head to head games as well as large multi player affairs so no matter what period or theatre of WWII you are interested in Rate of Fire has it covered.< Less
Matrix Games for Modern Wargaming Developments in Professional and Educational Wargames Innovations in Wargaming Volume 2 By John Curry, Tim Price MBE
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“In Matrix Games, knowledge, imagination, and persuasiveness dominate. Both the referee and the players find their greatest success by drawing on their storytelling skills.”. Peter... More > Perla Invented by Chris Engle, Matrix Games are an innovative way of wargaming situations and conflicts that traditional wargaming methods find hard to model. This book was written as a manual to help develop and run matrix games about modern conflicts. This book includes: An introduction to Matrix Games S.C.R.U.D. Simple Combat Resolution Using Dice The five scenarios are: The Falklands War (1982) Chaoslavia- Former Yugoslavia (1993) Crisis in Crimea: A Counter Revolution (March 2014) The Red Line- The Civil War in Syria (August 2013) Lasgah Pol- Peace keeping in Afghanistan (2008) The book is published by the History of Wargaming Project as part of a series to make key developments in wargaming available to the professional wargamers, as well as those from a hobby background.< Less
DBA 2.2 Simple Ancient and Medieval Wargaming Rules Including DBSA and DBA 1.0 By John Curry et al.
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The aim of the rules was to provide the simplest possible set of wargaming rules that retained the feel and generalship of ancient and medieval warfare. The rules were about command decisions not the... More > detail of combat. The average player would have memorized the rules by half way through their first battle, but tactical skill, especially with the use of light troops, took longer. The DBA rules include the basic battle rules, campaign rules, suggested mini-campaigns, over three hundred army lists, rules for larger armies and six player campaigns. The original rules are supported by an introduction by Phil Barker and chapters on: Reflecting on the development of DBA. An introduction to tactics using DBA by Martin Smith. Applying DBA to historical battles. Recreating the Battle of Zama in 202 BC using DBA by Phil Steele. DBSA and DBA 1.0 Also included are all four of the original army lists. The History of Wargaming Project is edited by John Curry.< Less
DBA 2.2 Simple Ancient and Medieval Wargaming Rules Including DBSA and DBA 1.0 By John Curry et al.
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The aim of the rules was to provide the simplest possible set of wargaming rules that retained the feel and generalship of ancient and medieval warfare. The rules were about command decisions not the... More > detail of combat. The average player would have memorized the rules by half way through their first battle, but tactical skill, especially with the use of light troops, took longer. Battles typically lasted less than an hour, allowing multiple games to be played in a single day. The DBA rules include the basic battle rules, campaign rules, suggested mini-campaigns, over three hundred army lists, rules for larger armies and six player campaigns. The original rules are supported by an introduction by Phil Barker and chapters on: Reflecting on the development of DBA. An introduction to tactics using DBA by Martin Smith. Applying DBA to historical battles, Recreating the Battle of Zama in 202 BC using DBA by Phil Steele. DBSA and DBA 1.0 Also included are all four of the original army lists< Less
Donald Featherstone’s Battles with Model Soldiers An Introduction to Wargaming By John Curry, Donald Featherstone
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Donald Featherstone’s Battles with Model Soldiers was a charming introductory book when published in 1979 for the emerging hobby of wargaming. This book was written for the newcomer to the... More > hobby of wargaming. It discusses how armies can be assembled and how, on any reasonably sized table, realistic engagements can be fought by tactical manoeuvring. The basic rules by which forces are moved and casualties assessed are explained. The book then goes onto to give a brief overview of the different wargaming periods. The book includes some simple rules and a detailed description of an American Civil War battle on the table top. The book was well received when first published and still has a charm that will appeal to the modern wargamer. The second edition of this book is published by the History of Wargaming Project.< Less
First Battle American Army Divisional Level Wargaming in the Cold War (1979) By John Curry
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The FIRST BATTLE simulation system was designed to exercise American divisional commanders and staffs in the control and coordination of combined arms operations. The game was played using 1:50000... More > maps using simple counters. Movement and firing were measured using the 1 km grid squares that were already printed on the maps. The FIRST BATTLE rules are well written, with examples; so it is quite feasible for a dedicated hobby wargamer to recreate a game from the Cold War using these rules. All one needs is a standard 1:50000 or 1:25000 map, some counters, two ORBATS and a simple scenario. Playing a game using these rules is harking back to the days when two huge armies were facing each other across a divided Germany. The rules are published by The History of Wargaming Project that aims to document the development of the hobby.< Less
A Simple Civil War Game By William C Rosser
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A simple game that recreates portions (or all) of the Battle of Gettysburg, PA July 1st through 3rd, 1863. Rules are very simple, with the rule on the left side of the page and an example, or... More > graphic detailing the rule on the right side of each page. Both armies are shown with over 32 pages providing a detailed Order of Battle (OOB) organized by Confederate Divisions and Union Corps. Also included are full color "ACW Paper Armies" game pieces (must be cut out or copied) that represent infantry, cavalry, wagons, limbers, officers, and artillery. Also included is a set of cards that can be copied, cut out or ordered for download (PDF) to be printed onto standard business card blanks. This game is an excellent learning mechanism for teachers and eductors trying to show what warfare was like during the American Civil War. Simple to learn and easy to teach, this game includes everything needed except for some 6-sided dice and rulers.< Less
A Simple Civil War Game By William C Rosser
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A simple game that recreates portions (or all) of the Battle of Gettysburg, PA July 1st through 3rd, 1863. Rules are very simple, with the rule on the left side of the page and an example, or... More > graphic detailing the rule on the right side of each page. Both armies are shown with over 32 pages providing a detailed Order of Battle (OOB) organized by Confederate Divisions and Union Corps. Also included are full color "ACW Paper Armies" game pieces (must be cut out or copied) that represent infantry, cavalry, wagons, limbers, officers, and artillery. Also included is a set of cards that can be copied, cut out or ordered for download (PDF) to be printed onto standard business card blanks. This game is an excellent learning mechanism for teachers and eductors trying to show what warfare was like during the American Civil War. Simple to learn and easy to teach, this game includes everything needed except for some 6-sided dice and rulers.< Less