Gunpowder Strategy
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.

Pragmatic Sanction
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. Pragmatic Sanction is coming soon.

Soldier Emperor
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.

Soldier Emperor: Sultan & Shah
An expansion for Soldier Emperor and Soldier Emperor: Indian Empires, linking the two games together and adding new scenarios and variants for both games. With a full-sized map, 25 new tiles, 24 new playing pieces and a dozen new playing cards. Sultan & Shah is coming soon.

Soldier Emperor: Indian Empires
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.

Soldier Emperor: Asian Empires
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. Asian Empires is coming soon.

Soldier Kings: Austrian Succession
An expansion book for Pragmatic Sanction, Austrian Succession gives even more background on Europe’s 18th Century wars plus new scenarios for the 1733-35 War of the Polish Succession and the 1735-39 Austro-Russo-Turkish War, with 56 new playing pieces and 16 additional tiles. Austrian Succession is coming soon.

Golden Journals
Our little publication exclusively for the Gold Club.

No. 40: Byzantium Eternal
Napoleonic alternative history in this Soldier Emperor variant, as the Byzantine Empire endures into the early 19th Century and must navigate through the wars generated by French ambitions. You get eight big army/fleet tiles, three leader pieces, and an 11x17-inch rigid map overlay showing this brave new Byzantine world. This volume is available now, quantities are limited.

Battles of 1866
The battles that changed the future of Europe, with a clever area-based movement system and large, gorgeous pieces.

Battles of 1866:
Frontier Battles

Fourteen scenarios cover five separate battles:
• Trautenau 27 June 1866: Ludwig von Gablenz's Austrian X Corps defeated Eduard von Bonin’s Prussian I Corps using outflanking tactics.
• Soor 28 June 1866: The same methods failed when X Corps faced the Prussian Guard.
• Nachod 27 June 1866: Karl von Steinmetz’s Prussian V Corps won a bloody battle against Wilhelm von Ramming's Austrian VI Corps.
• Skalitz 28 June 1866: Prussia's V Corps trounced Archduke Leopold’s Austrian VIII Corps.
• Jicin 29 June 1866: The Prussian First Army defeated the combined forces of Crown Prince Albert of Saxony and the Austrian I Corps.

Battles of 1866:
Blood & Iron

An expansion book for Frontier Battles, based on Bavarian chief of staff Ludwig von der Tann’s plan to deploy the royal Bavarian Army at Jicin to fight the Prussians. With six new scenarios and 64 additional die-cut playing pieces (24 of them huge doubled-sized ones, 40 of them merely very big), plus the story of the actual Battle of Jicin, the Royal Bavarian Army and its role in the campaigns of 1866.

Battles of 1866:

Holding a three-to-one edge in numbers, the Royal Italian Army advanced confidently into Austrian territory in June 1866. But Austria's crack Southern Army struck first, routing the main invasion force at the Battle of Custoza. The culmination of three decades of archival research, Custoza remains a fast and fun game. Austria has superior morale, leadership and artillery; Italy's recently-expanded army has numbers but not nearly enough high-quality troops. This game has not yet been published.

Battles of 1866:

The battle that decided the fate of Europe for the next century, as Prussia defeated Austria in a close-run contest. The largest battle Europe had seen up until that time, Koniggratz is also a very large game. This game has not yet been published.

War in Europe and America: A Comparison




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