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Saalfeld: Prelude to Jena
Price: $9.95

In October 1806, Napoleon’s Grande Armee is descending on western Saxony in multiple columns. The Saxons and their more powerful Prussian cousins are gathering to give battle. On 10 October, the advance guard of one French column crashes into the advance guard for one wing of the allied armies. A French victory will open the possibility of splitting the allies; an allied victory will threaten the flank of the other French columns. Time presses both. The forces are equal in strength; victory goes to the player who best understands the strengths and weaknesses of each side.

Khyber Rifles: Britannia in Afghanistan
Price: $12.95

In 1842 Afghan rebels destroyed a British army as it tried to fight its way from Kabul to the safety of the Khyber Pass; then the British launched an expedition to avenge that defeat. This is a two-player game covering all of that fateful year in Central Asia.

Marengo: Morning Defeat, Afternoon Victory
Price: $19.95

After crossing the Alps in 1800 and advancing into northern Italy, Napoleon overextended his army in an attempt to ambush a portion of the Austrian army. Misreading the situation, the hunter became the hunted when the main Austrian army in Italy, over 30,000 soldiers with 100 cannon, advanced against Napoleon's 18,000 troops and dozen cannon on the Marengo plain
Leipzig: Napoleon Encircled
Price: $24.95

Napoleon was, by 1813, the victim of his own success. His Grande Armee had ransacked most of Europe, but then the Prussians, Austrians, Russians, Swedes and others converged their armies, collectively known as the Sixth Coalition, around Leipzig in an attempt to annihilate Napoleon once and for all.
Napoleon At Waterloo (CD included)
Price: $29.95

Now includes complete computer version!

Napoleon at Waterloo is a simple game of the Battle of Waterloo. The system uses the most common and basic wargame principles, such as hexagon movement, firepower ratings, terrain benefits, and a combat results table to allow you to quickly and easily determine the outcome of battles. The rules are only three pages, and the game is only 10 turns.
The '45 (Ziplock)
Price: $30.00

The '45. Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Silverster Seerino Maria Stuart is better known to history as 'Bonnie Prince Charlie.' In the year of 1745 Charles set sail for France to capture the throne of England for the deposed house of Stuart. It was a gamble at long odds, for Charles sailed with few companions and faced uncertain reception in the Highlands of Scotland. But the events that follow became the stuff of legend as Charles and his army of Highlanders overran Scotland and marched to London. A French naval force failed to invade and Charles was forced to retreat to Scotland. In the following year the bloody Battle of Culloden smashed the clans and ended the Jacobite Rebellion. After many adventures Charles returned to France and the legend of the '45 was born.
Empires At War
Price: $40.00

Simulates four of the battles of the 19th century; Gravelotte, Solferino, Koniggratz and Inkerman.
The '45
Price: $40.00

The game is played on a point-to-point map of England with units that are regimental in scale with detached companies and squadrons of ships.
30 Years War Quad (SPI)
Price: $40.00

Consists of four battles: Lutzen, Nordlingen, Rocroi, and White Mountain (new scenario), each with its own map, counters and exclusive rules.
Napoleon's First Battles
Price: $40.00

Napoleon's First Battles covers four of Napoleon Bonaparte's earliest battles presented in easy, quick playing wargames. Game counters represent the historical regiments, brigades and leaders that actually participated in each battle. The game system is divided into basic and advanced rules including rules for command control, elan/morale and fog of war.