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Caesar's Wars: The Conquest of Gaul, 58-52 BC
Price: $12.95

March with Julius Caesar and his legions in the conquest of Gaul, 58-52 BC. The unit mix includes legions, auxiliaries, fleets and tribal war bands.

Belisarius's War: The Roman Reconquest of Africa, AD 533-534
Price: $12.95

In AD 533 the eastern Roman Emperor Justinian began the reconquest of the west from the barbarian peoples who had overrun it the century prior. One player commands the Romans, the other the Vandals; both maneuver units representing comitatenses (elite regulars), tribal warbands, fleets and limitanei militia.

Chalons: The Fate of Europe
Price: $19.95

The fate of Europe is decided as the Romans confront Atilla
Acre: The Third Crusade Opens
Price: $19.95

In the summer of 1189, the army of the nascent Third Crusade had lain siege to the Muslim-held fortress of Acre on the Levantine coast. Saladin deployed his lightly-armed, highly-mobile field army to break the siege. In a swirling clash of cavalry and archers on 4 October, Saladin was repulsed by the heavily-armed Crusaders.

Arsuf: Lionheart vs. Saladin
Price: $19.95

In the summer of 1191, Richard Lionheart’s Crusader army marched down the Levantine coast in a tight battle formation to preclude an attack by the shadowing Muslim army of Saladin. Near Arsuf on 7 September, Saladin finally attacked. Repeated Muslim assaults could gain no traction, and Sladin’s host finally was dispersed by a massed attack of Crusader knights.

Pavia: Climax of the Italian Wars
Price: $19.95

Pavia, fought on 24 February 1525, near the birth of the pike-and-shot period of warfare, was the deciding clash in the long contest for Italy between Valois France and Habsburg Spain. Fought in the jumbled terrain of a hunting preserve, the French reliance on heavy cavalry bested by the firepower of Spain’s loose musketeer formations.

Zama
Price: $19.95

Zama is a simulation of the climactic battle of the Second Punic War: the decisive struggle between the Roman Republic and Carthage for control of the Western Mediterranean. The war began in 218 BC, with the Carthaginians led by Hannibal, one of history’s greatest commanders. The two nations clashed for over a decade, with each experiencing triumphs and defeats. Following the Battle of the Great Plains in 203 BC, a ceasefire was negotiated. It was broken following a Carthaginian attack on a stranded Roman fleet in the Gulf of Tunis.
Breitenfeld: Enter the Lion of the North
Price: $21.95

One of the largest battles of its time, Breitenfeld was fought on 17 September 1631, near the mid-point of the Thirty Years’ War. It was a clash of styles as well as armies, the flexible, open formation of Gustavus Adolphus’ Swedes facing the massive pike blocks of the Imperial tercios. The new order won the day as the nimble Swedes isolated, then destroyed each tercio.

Battles of the Ancient World, Volume II
Price: $40.00

Volume II adds more battles to the popular Ancient World series. Quick to read rules and easy play make this game a first pick for an afternoon or evening of fun. Scenarios include: Issus, Metaurus, Carrhae and Idivisto.
China: The Middle Kingdom
Price: $60.00

China: The Middle Kingdom covers the full scope of Chinese history, from its beginnings as a collection of warring feudal states, to the current cold war between China and Taiwan. In this epic game based on the classic Avalon Hill Britannia system, four players each control several factions simultaneously, with each faction having their own objectives and situations, such as conquering certain provinces. The winner is the player who scores the most points by the end of the game. This breathtaking game unfolds on an illustrated map of China with 456 counters, covering 50 separate countries and peoples, including all of the major dynasties of Chinese history, the arrival of the European powers, both World Wars and the Japanese invasion, right up to the end of the civil war between the Communists and the Nationalists.