Shows we're attending:
Blas-Tastic Oct '14
As we continue to develop our portfolio of games, we will be expanding on them and giving you, access to new races, fleets, army lists and a whole wealth of extra material to help enhance the time you have playing our games. We will also be posting errata and clarification material for our rulesets every now and then.
Each of the documents is in PDF format unless otherwise stated, just click on the button and the download will begin automatically. If you are unable to download the resources for any reason, then get hold of us using the details found via the 'Contact Us' tab and we'll email you the documents you're after!
The Golden rule: We have printed errata and Q&A clarifications for some aspects of our games, however that doesn't mean that they're absolute or correct. We want you to enjoy playing our games and if that means house rules then please use them. In fact if you have house rules for any our games, then send them in and we'll upload them for others to use!
Seasons of War: Days of the Conqueror is a unit based miniatures game that allows players to represent battles fought in and around the time of Duke William II of Normandy – The man who would eventually take the English crown in 1066 and be immortalised as 'The Conqueror'.
The rules are designed to be streamlined and easy to learn but also allow players to replicate the battle strategies used during the period. As you lead your 11th Century army, you will need to outsmart and outfight your enemies as well as maintain the discipline of your own forces.
ENGAGE! is a space ship combat game that has been designed to play intense battles between a couple of ships each side to full fleets, meaning you can put in a game when time is short or put more ships into the fold and crack out some great battles.
A move away from some of the more traditional space combat games where pre-planned movement is name of the game, Engage instead requires you to think ahead to how you intend to run you ship and assign your key resources...