Bellum Gallicum II is a historical simulation which retraces the campaigns of Julius Caesar in Gaul from 58 to 51 BC, or from 696 to 703 ab Urbe Condita (since the foundation of the city), if one follows the Roman manner of counting years. One player takes the role of Julius Caesar and controls the Roman forces, their Gallic allies and German mercenaries. The other player takes on the interests of those Gallic tribes trying to defend their independence.
Borodino was fought between the Army of Imperial Russia and Napoleon’s Grand Armee on September 7 1812.
Scheduled for Line of Fire magazine # 13, “Blood on the Alma” is a 2-3 player game recreating the 1854 Battle of the Alma River at the brigade level.
– Bouvines, 27 July 1214 (Phlippe II Auguste, King of France vs. Emperor Otton IV of Brunswick)
– Worringen, 5 June 1288 (John, duke of Brabant vs. Siegfried, Archibishop of Köln)
The game features one historical scenario and one “what if?” scenario per battle
The Raid of British paratroopers under Major Frost’s command to capture a german radar near Bruneval (northwestern France) during the night of february 27th 1942.