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Acre: The Third Crusade Opens (VASSAL)
Acre: The Third Crusade Opens (VASSAL)

The Third Crusade Opens. It was the destruction of the Crusader army by Saladin at Hattin in 1187 that had led to the collapse of the Crusader kingdoms in the Levant, including the loss of Jerusalem. Guy of Lusignan, the erstwhile ruler of the city, appealed to the Europeans for aid, which soon arrived. But without waiting for the three main Crusader armies — led by King Philip of France, Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, and Richard I of England ­— Guy set out to capture Acre on the Levantine coast. His first assault was repulsed and Guy settled in for a siege. Meanwhile, Saladin gathered a portion of his army and rode in to lift the siege. After preliminary skirmishing, the opposing armies met east of the city on 4 October.
After the Holocaust (VASSAL)
After the Holocaust (VASSAL)

After the Holocaust is an economic, military, and political simulation of events in the United States, twenty years after a large-scale thermonuclear exchange with the Soviet Union. The game is ten turns long, and is designed for four players, each of whom controls a different region of North America and part of Canada. These regions are the Northeast, the Midwest, the Southwest, and the Far West.
Atlantic Wall (VASSAL)
Atlantic Wall (VASSAL)

ATLANTIC WALL is a grand-tactical simulation of that campaign. The counters represent almost every formation that participated at the company and battalion level. Infantry, armor, anti-tank, reconnaissance, engineer, assault gun, howitzer, rocket, parachute, ranger, commando, glider and headquarter units are fully represented. Features include Widerstandnesten (resistance nests), Cherbourg’s fortifications and the all-important Bocage. The map portrays all primary and secondary roads, trails and other types of terrain, along with the villages, towns and cities that formed the bastions of German defense. As always with this series, the orders of battle have been extensively researched to provide an accurate and functional depiction of the armies of both sides.

Barbarossa Deluxe (VASSAL)
Barbarossa Deluxe (VASSAL)

Barbarossa Deluxe. A strategic-level, two-player “mini-monster” of intermediate complexity, designed by Ty Bomba, covering the entire Russo-German War. Play may end sooner than the historic termination time, if the German player is able to do significantly better than his historic counterparts by advancing so quickly he causes the overall political, social, economic and military collapse of the Soviet Union. Likewise, if the Soviet player is able to carry out his strategic comeback more efficiently than did historic counterparts during the second half of the war, the game may again end earlier than it did historically. Each extra-large hexagon on the two-sheet map represents 55 miles. The large-size counters provide corps as primary units of maneuver for the Germans, while for the Soviets they’re armies. The full order of battle is the most complete ever published in any simulation at this level.
Bastogne (VASSAL)
Bastogne (VASSAL)

Bastogne. The initial onslaught of the Germans’ Ardennes offensive, in December 1944, overran numerous US positions all along the front line, though the Germans simply bypassed other stubbornly defended locations so as to maintain their momentum. The small town of Bastogne, however, with its strategically critical road junctions, became the lynchpin of the entire campaign. The Germans soon realized Bastogne had to be captured; so they set out to assault the outnumbered and surrounded American units there. The desperate defense of Bastogne therefore came to typify the entire Battle of the Bulge.
Battles for the Ardennes (VASSAL)
Battles for the Ardennes (VASSAL)

Battles for the Ardennes. The four one-map games can be played individually or as two campaign games. Each map comprehensively details the terrain of the Ardennes in four colors. The playing pieces have been designed with attention to historical accuracy. The combat system is dice driven.
Bulge (VASSAL)
Bulge (VASSAL)

Bulge. Divisional sized game on the Ardennes offensive in 1944 on a small map and with short rules. The German objective is to blast the American lines and exit as many units as possible on the West and North West edges of the map.
Cemetery Hill (VASSAL)
Cemetery Hill (VASSAL)

Cemetery Hill is a simulation, on an operational level, of the gattle between the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia at the town of Gettysburg, PA. The game covers the period from 1 July to 4 July, 1863, when these two armies fought the bloodiest battle in American history to that point. The game system is an adaption fo the popular Napoleon at Waterloo system. Various special and optional rules allow the Players to recreate a picture of an historical event.
Chickamauga (VASSAL)
Chickamauga (VASSAL)

Chickamauga is a simulation on the Grand Tactical level of the battle between the Union Army of the Cumberland and the Confederate Army of the Tennessee in September 1863. Confederate fortunes are at low ebb. Vicksburg has fallen, and General Lee's army has been repulsed at Gettysburg. In a brilliant campaign of maneuver, General Rosecrans has driven General Bragg's army from middle Tennessee, through Chattanooga and into northern Georgia. Pursuing the Confederates, General Rosecrans has divided his army into three columns. The road to Atlanta appears open. However, General Bragg, despised by his men and detested by his officers, has been reinforced with General Longstreet's Corps from Virginia. Can General Bragg succeed in crushing the Union advance in detail and thereby renewing Confederate hopes, or will he once again retreat from victory?
Gaza 1917 (VASSAL)
Gaza 1917 (VASSAL)

Gaza 1917: Gateway to Jerusalem. By early 1917 British Empire forces had pushed the Ottoman Turks out of the Sinai to a line near Gaza. If the British could break that line, it would open the road to Jerusalem, and after that Damascus. A hastily prepared attack in March was repulsed. After a month spent bringing forward artillery and supplies, the British were ready to try again, going “over the top” on 17 April.