Used Wargames For Sale
A regularly updated list of wargames I have available
for sale. Click on any picture to get a larger view. See
below for all the details. Prices are in Canadian
Unless otherwise noted, it should be assumed that all
counters are punched.
||Caesar's Legions $30
Now YOU can command the invincible Legion in Rome's quest to
enlarge and safe-guard her far-flung borders. A strategic game
(each hex measuring ten miles across with game turns representing
two days of real time), Caesar's Legions pits the Legion
against hordes of Germanic barbarians.
It is 58 B.C.; Northern Gaul. Can YOU, as Julius Caesar, with
six vaunted Legions defeat the Germanic chieftain Ariovistus and
end the Suevic domination of Gaul? Or three years later can you
crush the Usipattii; bridge the Rhine and campaign in Germany
proper? Tactical combat in your campaign will be portrayed by the
innovative Tactical Results Matrix.
Can YOU, as Julius Civilus, lead the Batavian Revolt of 69
A.D., seize control of the Rhine fleet, unite Germans, Gauls and
Roman deserters under a common cause, and then hold the Rhine
fortresses against siege and assault from Petilius Cerealius and
nine Roman Legions? This is just one of five scenarios to test
your leadership in Caesar's Legions.
Complete and in very good condition. The counters are
unpunched. Second edition rules.
||Hitler's Counterstroke in France $15
In early August of 1944, Hitler played a desperate hand
designed to once again put the Germans on the offensive and
reclaim France. He gathered all available Panzer Divisions for an
attack which he hoped would cut the Allied position in two. The
Germans would then be able to drive the Allies into the sea.
The few American units, although caught unaware, held the
easily-defended high ground. The Americans also had more
artillery, more air support and more reinforcements. But could
they hold their positions until those reinforcements arrived?
Hitler's Counterstroke in France is a battalion-level
simulation of Operation Liege. The game features ranged artillery
fire, German command radius, Allied roadblocks, fortified
positions, Allied airstrikes, German anti-aircraft units, variable
weather and night movement rules. Rules are easy to understand,
but the game portrays an intense situation full of excitement for
Complete and in very good condition with minor wear on the box
corners. The counters have been punched.
Luftwaffe is Avalon Hill's game of strategic air combat
over Germany from 1943-1945. As the American commander, your
mission is to eliminate key industrial complexes. You select the
targets, direct the bombers, plan the strategy to keep the
Luftwaffe off balance. As the German commander, the entire arsenal
of the Third Reich wonder weapons is at your disposal against the
finest in American aircraft. Can your military skill save Germany
and change the course of history?
This is the slip-case version. Complete and in very good condition. The majority of the counters are unpunched.
||McPherson's Ridge $25
Two brigades of Brigadier General John Buford's First Union
Cavalry Division had been bivouacked on McPherson's Ridge,
northwest of Gettysburg, when Heth's Division of Hill's Corps
(Army of Northern Virginia) approached from Cashtown on July 1st.
Realizing that this was the first element of the entire
Confederate Army, and that the commanding heights of Cemetary
Ridge (1 1/4 miles behind him) was the best defensive terrain for
a hundred miles, Buford knew what he must do. With less than 3,000
troopers he must hold the vangard of the Confederate Army until
the Union infantry could arrive. He knew his casualties would be
heavy but he also knew there was no one else to do the job.
McPherson's Ridge is a regimental level simulation of the first
hours at Gettysburg. The Union player must hold and delay the
Confederates on a series of ridges until the First Corps can
arrive. The Confederate player must attempt to take Gettysburg and
secure the heights of Cemetary Ridge.
Complete and in very good condition. Unpunched counters. Box has heavy
staining and a bump along the top edge.
|Napoleon: The Waterloo Campaign $20
Napoleon: The Waterloo Campaign is for 2 or 3 players
and is one of the earliest "block" games from Gamma Two Games (now
Columbia Games). Its defining feature are the wooden blocks
that depict the units -- these stand on edge and have multiple advantages:
- There's a "fog of war" element as your opponent cannot see exactly what your units are until engaged in combat.
- By rotating the blocks, each unit undergoes "step reduction" as it takes damage.
It's a very clever system and it works quite well in Napoleon.
- Players: 2-3
- Ages: 13+
- Time: 30 minutes
Components are complete and in very good condition. The box has several sticker tears on the surface but is in good condition overall.
Classic Avalon Hill game of the eastern front conflict between
Germany and the Soviet Union during World War II.
None of the blank counters are included but otherwise it's complete.
The first two games on the original Time Record have markings in
ink (a replacement copy is included). Poor condition overall.
SPI flatbox game of tactical warfare in the 25th century.
StarSoldier concerns the conflicts which develop between four
distinct space-faring races during the years 2451-2785. Can be
combined with SPI's StarForce game.
Components are complete and in very good condition.
- Tray cover: Poor
- Tray bottom: Very good
- Cover sheet: Good
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