(*)General Anthony McAuliffe - US Army Bastogne, Belgium December 22nd 1944
A light machine gun has part of your squad pinned down. Two of your men are wounded and screaming for help while one of your guys is “hunkered down” behind that wall and isn’t moving anytime soon. All hell’s breaking loose and everyone is looking to you for the answer.... [click here for more]
FNG Second Tour (FNG2T)
The oppressive jungle heat causes small beads of sweat to trickle down your brow. Or is it the fear? The enemy is close; you can feel it. Maybe he's around the next bend in the trail, waiting to bushwhack the tired or unwary. Does that bush hide a machine gun? Tunnel entrance under that clump of leafs? Maybe there's a sniper lying in wait up in that tree? Your... [click here for more]
Chain Reaction 3.0 - The Final Version
CR 3.0 is the intro game that gives you a glimpse at the widely popular games from Two Hour Wargames.
And we're giving it to you for free. Not some watered down version but a complete game all to itself. CR 3.0 shows you the base line of THW mechanics as used in all their other games.
Supported by a 5000 member Yahoo Group, CR 3.0 covers modern firepower... [click here for more]
"This damned cold!" The men of my squad are cold, worn out, and short on sleep. We've been fighting for days and our advance seems to be challenged at every step. Just when we think we can take a breather, we're at it again. Thwack!! Mortar fire and we all take cover. We have to keep moving. We advance, running as fast as we can covered in layers of clothes against... [click here for more]
Friday Night Fights 2nd Edition
"YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE."
A twenty-foot square ring doesn't give you much room to move and definitely nowhere to hide. Boxing - it's called the "Sweet Science" for a reason. You can move around your opponent flicking jabs and dancing away. "Rope a dope" and pick your spots firing punches and scoring points. All... [click here for more]
Wire to Wire What's a game about horse racing doing in the Pulps section?
One could argue that the Pulp Era was the high time of thoroughbred horse racing and it would be tough to argue against that point. Man of War, Seabiscuit, and War Admiral are just a few of the great horses that ran during that time.
But what does that have to do with putting Wire to Wire in... [click here for more]