1492: North America is the fourth product in the popular 1483 Medieval board game series by the Guild of Blades Publishing Group. It may be played alone or combined with Europe 1483, Asia 1483 and Africa 1483 to create a massively large multi player board gaming experience.
1492: North America introduces the new nations of the Aztec Empire, Tarascan Kingdom, Pueblo Kingdom, Cahokian Trade Federation... [click here for more]
Africa 1483 is both a stand alone game and expansion for Europe 1483. Providing an 17 player game of medieval warfare and diplomacy in central and lower Africa. Or link the Africa 1483 game map to both the Europe 1483 and Asia 1483 games and create a massive 49 player board game. Includes game rules to the all new Tribal Nations, for which there can be 5 in Africa.
Comes with 40" x 24"... [click here for more]
Ramesses' War is a two player board game covering the ancient war between Egypt and the Hittite Empire. During the later stages of the Hittite Empire, circa 1400 BC to 1250 BC, the Hittite Empire had recovered from a period of weakness where it had been on constant warfare with the Arzawa and Mittani states. By 1290 BC the Hittites had managed to conquer Arzawa entirely and had captured the Mitanni... [click here for more]
Rome's Greatest Foe: The 2nd Punic War is a fast paced 2-4 player territorial strategy board game. Carthage and the famed Hannibal squares off against the Roman Republic and its allies. Presenting Rome's allies of Messalia and Illyria and the Macedonian invasion of Illyria. Can the wealthy trade city of Carthage and Hannibal's invasion force cripple Rome before the Republic can bring its superior manpower... [click here for more]
Stalingrad is a low priced 2 player strategy board game covering the epic battle between the German and Societ forces in and around the city of Stalingrad during WWII.
On June 22, 1941, Germany and the Axis powers invaded the Soviet Union, quickly advancing deep into Soviet territory. The fighting in 41 culminated in a fierce Soviet counter attack on the outskirts of Moscow, which saved the city.... [click here for more]
The Great War in Africa is a World War I territorial strategy game. A variant of the Axis & Allies board game system, and expansion game for The War to End All Wars, it offers an easy to play D10 based combat system and territories with resource values for production.
The Great War in Africa provides two primary game scenarios. The first of these is a stand alone scenario, which makes this a... [click here for more]