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Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign
Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign
Price: $220.00

Lucky Forward: The Lorraine Campaign This GOSS series game presents Third Army’s Fall 1944 offensive to just before the Germans launch their Ardennes Offensive further north. The battles of Metz, Fort Driant, and the German counteroffensive attempt against Patton using the new German Panzer Brigades are included. Smaller scenarios allow players to game smaller periods of time in each of the four months making up the campaign. Variant counters are included for an optional airborne operation. more info
Al Nofi's Imperium Romanum
Al Nofi's Imperium Romanum
Price: $140.00

Imperium Romanum is an update to the classic game of the Roman Empire by Al Nofi. The rules cover the intricacies of the political, economic, and military conflicts of the Roman world from the first century BC to its fall nearly 700 years later. The game includes a total of 41 scenarios, with six new scenarios and three introductory scenarios. Scenarios range from the Mithridatic wars (88-63 BC) through more than six centuries of greatness and decline to the final burst of glory in the last Romano-Persian War (AD 622-629). Between two and six persons may play, depending on the scenario chosen. With 50 miles to the hex and each unit representing a Legion to one-half Legion in size. Most leader counters are named and represent individual leaders and their staffs.

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Wellington's Victory (SPI Update)
Wellington's Victory (SPI Update)
Price: $160.00

An update of the SPI classic grand tactical simulation of Waterloo. This will retain the feel of the original—the fragility of dense units in the open, the efficacy of different arms and formations at different times—while addressing some of the shortcomings of the original. more info
Atlantic Wall
Atlantic Wall
Price: $240.00

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. more info
Wacht Am Rhein
Wacht Am Rhein
Price: $160.00

WACHT am Rhein is a grand-tactical simulation of the Battle of the Bulge. The more than 2,380 counters represent every formation at company and battalion levels. The four maps are an accurate representation of the region. Compiled from 1944 German staff maps and 1943-44 1:50,000 US Army maps, they show all roads, trails and other types of terrain, along with all the towns and villages that became bastions of the American defense.

Players may use single maps for six smaller scenarios as well as using all four to play a campaign game.

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Axis Empires: Totaler Krieg
Axis Empires: Totaler Krieg
Price: $120.00

Totaler Krieg:  Axis Empires. This third edition has been expanded even more, to give players more options to let them explore the critical pre-war period from 1937 to '39; and, most intriguingly, to link up with its new Pacific brother game Dai Senso: Axis Empires, for a look at all of WW2, in a way only the wild and unpredictable Krieg system can provide. What would have happened if the Republicans had won the Spanish Civil War? What if Germany and Russia hadn't signed their pact; if France had modernized its army instead of building the Maginot Line; if Japan had attacked Russia in 1941? more info
Axis Empires: Dai Senso
Axis Empires: Dai Senso
Price: $120.00

Dai Senso:  Axis Empires. At last, the popular Totaler Krieg system travels to the Pacific. Dai Senso is the long-awaited game on the war against Japan. It can be linked with Totaler Krieg: Axis Empires to play all of WW2, from the 1937 China Incident to the 1945 A-bombs and beyond. Dai Senso takes a different look at the Pacific Theater. Other games focus on the war's air-naval operations from 1941 on. In the Krieg system, those battles are handled abstractly, which leaves Dai Senso free to focus on the strategic decisions and historical alternatives. What if the 1937 China Incident hadn't become a full-scale war? What if Japan renewed its treaty with Britain? What if the 1939 border clashes with Russia had led to war? What if the war in Europe had unfolded differently? more info
Storm of Steel (includes expansion kit)
Storm of Steel (includes expansion kit)
Price: $160.00

A simulation of all of World War I. The three 34x22 maps cover Europe from the Pyrenees to the Urals plus the Mid-East. The ground units are divisions, and there are full naval, air and production systems. more info
War in the Pacific + Extension
War in the Pacific + Extension
Price: $450.00

A multi-level simulation of the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II. The game enables players to recreate the entire course of the war, form the opening Japanese attack on 7 December 1941 to the climactic Allied assaults in the summer of 1945. more info
Highway to the Reich
Highway to the Reich
Price: $170.00

A tactical simulation of the largest airborne operation in history. Over 35,000 men belonging to 1st Allied Airborne Army dropped from the skies of Holland. Their objective: capture and hold a highway and its bridges. more info