Wars from a more elegant age of sails and horses. They use a similar multi-player game system, driven by fast card play and filled with back-stabbing diplomacy.
The Wars of Napoleon, covered in a dozen scenarios for two to seven players. Decadently thick tiles serve as playing pieces, with original paintings of the soldiers of each major power plus the minor participants. Plus there are full-color play aids and "real" playing cards.
The War of the Austrian Succession, 1740-1748, using the same game engine as Soldier Kings. For two to eight players, with die-cut, silky-smooth playing pieces. Plus there are full-color play aids and "real" playing cards. Pragmatic Sanction is coming soon.
The Napoleonic Wars played out in India as well, as both colonial interlopers and Indian rulers fought for supremacy. Two to five players take part in eight scenarios. Decadently thick tiles serve as playing pieces, with original paintings of the soldiers of each major power plus the minor participants.Plus there are full-color play aids and "real" playing cards.
The Seven Years War, with a scenario for each eventful year plus a campaign game. Two to eight players take the role of Europe’s warrior-monarchs and vie for control of the entire world: the map covers not only Europe but also the Americans, Africa, India and the Spice Islands.
Dreams of Empire
A complete game focused on Asia during the 18th and early 19th Centuries: Siam, Burma, Vietnam and China, plus Central Asia and Persia. Can be played alone or together with Soldier Emperor and Indian Empires, includes linking map, pieces and rules. Dreams of Empire is coming soon.
The Potato War
A 64-page expansion book for Soldier Kings based on the War of the Bavarian Succession, fought in 1778 and 1779, with new pieces plus additional variants and historical background.
A player’s guide to Soldier Kings: strategy, great optional rules and variants (like Pre-War Options and National Aspirations) and historical background are packed into this 64-page book.