Tactical Combat in the Great War
World War One saw fighting in Africa, Asia and most of all in Europe. Infantry Attacks is our series of games based on these battles.
The game is very similar to our Panzer Grenadier series of World War II tactical games, so much so that the maps boards are numbered in the same sequence and can be used with either set of game rules.
Units represent infantry companies, cavalry squadrons, artillery batteries and machine gun platoons. The sequence of play is highly interactive, with the player holding the better initiative having an advantage. Leaders are necessary to move troops toward the enemy, or to rally them when they become disrupted.
German and Russian armies clash in East Prussia and Poland in the epic battles of Tannenberg, the Masurian Lakes and more. Control the infantry, cavalry and artillery of two powerful empires fighting their last war including Russian Imperial Guards, German Landwehr, Finnish Rifle Brigades, Cossack cavalry. Six maps, 583 pieces, 40 scenarios, $64.99
Fall of Empires
The first months of the Eastern Front in 1914, as Austro-Hungarian and Russian armies fight across southern Poland. Austria's Kaiserjäger, Bosniaken, Honvédség and Landwehr face Imperial Russia's Guards, Cossacks and hard-fighting regulars. Six maps, 781 pieces, 60 scenarios. This game has not yet been released.
Lawrence of Arabia
Desert campaigns in Sinai and Palestine, from the Turkish attack on the Sue Canal in 1915 through the Fall of Damascus in October 1918. Ottoman Turks aided by Germand and Austro-Hungarians take on British, Indian, Jewish, Arab, Australian, New Zealand and West Indian forces. There's even a tank unit. Eight maps, 869 pieces, 60 scenarios. This game has not yet been released.