Link to Napoleon and his Marshals Rules

This is the closest we have to a monster game, mostly in terms of its length. It is a strategic and operational scale game of the central European theaters of the Napoleonic Wars, and we plan to expand it to add Spain, Russia and peripheral war zones.

There are six scenarios in the game: 1805 (vs Austria, Britain and Russia), 1806-07 (vs Prussia, Britain and Russia), 1805-1807 (vs all four), 1809 (vs Austria, Russia and Britain), 1813-1815 (vs all four), and 1815 (the 100 days of Napoleon's second reign). Scenarios are suitable for 2-5 players. A player-turn takes about 5-15 minutes, so along with a strategic turn, a full "season" (two months is the length of a strategic turn and its associated operational turns) takes about 1.5 - 2.0 hours - less if there are no battles, more if there are many big battles.

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Link to Divided We Fall Rules

After nearly a year on the market, some astute players have figured out how to stretch the game beyond its limits. Specifically, the Axis player can strip Italy the same turn as the British Marines get withdrawn (Spring 1941), sending all the units to the Russian front without worry of an invasion until Fall 1942. In addition, he can strip North Africa and all the rest of Europe except for five required garrisons (usually placed in Narvik, Hamburg, Paris, Greece and Warsaw. Finally, he attacks in Spring '41 which gives him a jump start.

New rules now available for Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. Rules set 4-9 clarifies Wars, Allies, Peace, Bribes, Disbanding and similar topics. These are mostly detailed clarifications for situations that arise occasionally. Players are always welcome to send questions to sbrown @

Link to 4-9 Rise and Fall Rules