From the publisher’s website: Atlanta Is Ours is the next game in the award-winning Great Campaigns of the American Civil War (GCACW) series. The two maps included are painted by original map artist Charlie Kibler.
From the publisher’s website: Roads to Gettysburg II: Lee Strikes North covers some of the most famous campaigns of the Civil War in a single module that represents the largest collection of content ever produced
From the Publisher’s Website: Battle Hymn: Volume 1 – Gettysburg and Pea Ridge is a new brigade-level game system that simulates the chaos of the America Civil War using a simple activation system combined with a
Flying Colors from Mike Nagel and GMT Games has been out now for over a decade. Released in 2005, a later “deluxe” 2nd edition added thicker counters to the game and included errata fixes. The game covers
From the publisher’s website: Flying Colors recreates naval actions during the height of the Age of Sail, from small engagements to full battles involving dozens of ships in each fleet. Play is fast, furious, and
Hexasim’s take on Ligny, part of the 100 days, is releasing on December 17, 2017. This 45.00 Euro game is the third game in the Eagles of France series. Previous releases include Waterloo 1815 and Austerlitz
From the BGG product page: Gettysburg: 125th Anniversary Edition is a game played by moving blue and gray units representing the infantry, cavalry and artillery formations present at the historic battle on detailed map board
Serpents of the Seas is the second stand-alone volume in the Flying Colors series of naval combat games and represents frigate actions and the rise of the American Navy. Unlike the larger battles between ships