The Russo-Japanese War
TWO independent wargames: the naval battles and the land battles of Russo-Japanese War; each game is independent and historically detailed. Play them separately, or join them for a grand resolution of the Russo-Japanese War!
The original Russo-Japanese War board war game from Game Designers' Workshop included two game maps... [click here for more]
"PER ASPERA AD ASTRA... To the Imperium which has ruled the stars for ages, the Terrans are the new barbarians, beating at the gates and vandalizing civilization. A common subject in science-fiction is that of vast interstellar empires in conflict; of rival star fleets engaged in blazing battle; of far-flung colonies and interstellar intrigue. Imperium is a new departure in science-fiction gaming and... [click here for more]
* Fourteen full-color deck plans * 256 die cut counters for adventurers and defenders. * One rules booklet covering combat, movement, and scenarios (Rules Booklet: Azhanti High Lightning). * One TRAVELLER Supplement describing these giant starships (Supplement 5: Lightning Class Cruisers). * Playable with TRAVELLER; playable alone. For ages 12 and up. ... [click here for more]
"Poised just beyond the frontier of the Imperium stand the war fleets of the Zhodani Consulate. Four times in the last five hundred years, they have attacked in campaigns to wrest control of the vital resources and rich worlds of the Spinward Marches from the Third Imperium. Now they strike again, and the Fifth Frontier War begins in earnest. Fifth Frontier War is a Traveller campaign game portraying... [click here for more]
Dark Nebula is a science fiction game set in a future with interstellar travel and powerful weaponry. Eight astrographic maps provide the setting for intense rivalry between warring worlds. 120 die cut counters provide the starships and troops to wage the war, while the rules booklet gives complete instructions for play. Dark Nebula uses the popular Imperium game system. Recommended for ages... [click here for more]
Interplanetary War As Worlds Collide
The binary system Epsilon Cetus was colonized long ago by two distinct cultures: the Chinese and the Islamists. Now, after two hundred years, population pressure in the Chinese system, and the need for resources in the Islamist system have put the two on a collision course of conflict.
Includes the original game rules, game... [click here for more]