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Space Weirdos

 Title   Publisher   Price  Space Weirdos
Space Weirdos is a “skirmish heartbreaker.” About 10 years ago everyone was publishing their own old-school D&D hacks. Now a bunch of OSR nerds are turning to wargaming and discovering that the minis games are just as bad as RPGs for edition creep and other unforgivable crimes. So I'm publishing a short and sweet set of miniatures rules. You’re wondering what makes Space Weirdos different   [click here for more]Garske Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Blood & A Black Flag
Grab a brace of pistols and strap on your cutlass, as you head for the desperate and blighted isles of the Triangle in pursuit of untold wealth and power! Decide who your hero is by equipping them with feats and influence, then recruit a ragged team of unsavoury ne'er-do-wells and do your best to bash them into something resembling an organized ccrew. Then take to the streets of Devil's Spit in a   [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Five Parsecs From Home - Expansion 1 - Trailblazers Toolkit
You are knee-deep in radioactive dust on some colony-world nobody has ever heard of, there are Precursor marines sniping at you whenever you stick your head up and the nano-comms are completely scrambled. The Trailblazer’s Toolkit is here to help you out! The first expansion for the RPG-Lite adventure wargame Five Parsecs From Home 3rd edition gives you 58 pages packed   [click here for more]Modiphius $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Five Parsecs From Home - Solo Adventure Wargaming
Five Parsecs From Home is an rpg-lite solo adventure wargame where you assemble a ragtag crew of galactic trailblazers and head out to explore the stars, pick up jobs, and every now and then —  engage in some action-packed, sci-fi combat! Battles are procedurally generated with huge combinations of enemies, weapons, battlefield circumstances and objectives whether   [click here for more]Modiphius $

Add to Wargame Vault Order KONTRABAND - More Salvage and Survival
"KONTRABAND - More Salvage and Survival" - An expansion for Osprey Wargames "Zona Alfa, Salvage and Survival in the Exclusion Zone." Designed for Solo and Cooperative games, Kontraband introduces more detail for player characters, new equipment, new enemies, and mission objectives. With a five-part sample campaign - Zone Ravens - it's time for your   [click here for more]P. Todoroff CCWC $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Five Parsecs Bug Hunt
Maybe they don't show up on infra-red at all..* * * Welcome to Five Parsecs Bug Hunt. Roll up your characters and delve into a solo campaign game fighting horrid aliens, completing objectives and hoping to hang on while the evac shuttle arrives. Your characters will progress from mission to mission (if they survive) gaining experience and reputation, while engaging   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Hell and Uncivil Disorder
Generic modern (and even SF) wargames rules for the scruffier and more disreputable side of warfare. This set of rules is for wargames set after the start of the 20th century, we’ve even fought SF games with them. Whilst we’ve normally used them with 15mm/20mm/28mm figures, the rules evolved out of a single sheet of A4 set of 1/ rules known as Kalashnikov Tribal. So we play the games using 6mm   [click here for more]Jim Webster $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Horizon Wars: Zero Dark
A radical new approach to science fiction skirmish wargaming, built on the same core mechanics as hit sci-fi battle game, Horizon Wars.  Zero Dark lets you play solo, co-op, player-versus-player or even team-versus-team with the same core rules. No weapons tables.  No faction limitations.  Build your heroes from scratch and equip them to suit your play-style and existing miniatures collection.    [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Planet 28 - Simple narrative skirmish rules
Planet 28 is a simple set of sci fi skirmish rules for quick narrative games between warbands of warriors, mutants, and outcasts. Inspired by the amazing work of kitbashers and converters the world over, planet 28 is intended as a pick up and play rule system for quick games when a longer rule system isn't viable. Rules include -  customer character creation. basic weapons and custom weapon creation   [click here for more]Mammoth Miniatures Pay What You Want

Add to Wargame Vault Order PMC
PMC is hard sci-fi platoon-sized ruleset intented for 15mm and it's second edition of PMC released in                                 Introduction In , we have boldly released PMC , which successfully found its place on crowded 15mm sci-fi wargames market. Now, it's high time to leap forward! In the last 3 years, we have worked hard on PMC , which is much   [click here for more]Assault Publishing Studio Pay What You Want

Add to Wargame Vault Order Chrome Hammer Ascension
Sometimes you just want an elf and a ghoul to go shoot at each other in the cyberized back alleys of neo-berlin.* * * * * Welcome to Chrome Hammer Ascension. In this solo campaign game your gang of punks will attempt to take on the mega-corporations of the ascended world. Dragon CEOs run pharmaceutical companies while flame demons prowl the back alleys and kobold zealots   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Horizon Wars: Infinite Dark
The glorious, unstoppable expansion of humanity into the stars has ended. The benevolent guidance of the mighty Artilects saw the full range of humans — natural, synthetic and uplifted partners — mature into a species of curiosity and innovation. But now the Artilects have gone, and the stars are the playground of their ruthless inheritors. But the framework of jump-gates that made a galactic   [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Hellfire Campaigns. The Universe at Your Feet.
This guide is written to help you fight wargames campaigns. The guide is written to help both the player with enthusiastic opponents but also to support the solo player as well, Although written with Hellfire rules in mind, a lot of the campaign systems will work comfortably with any rule system you like. The rest will be be easily modifiable to cope with whatever rules or figure scale you want to   [click here for more]Jim Webster $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Gang Wars - Grimdark Future Firefight Expansion
Gang Wars is an expansion for Grimdark Future: Firefight that provides additional rules for violent gang combat in the streets of the dangerous and futuristic Hive City. The game mechanics are designed to be easy to learn but hard to master, bringing engaging gang skirmishes for new and experienced players alike. This game expansion for Grimdark Future: Firefight adds lots of extra content to the   [click here for more]onepagerules $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Chrome Hammer: Ride or die!
Ride or die!  The first expansion to Chrome Hammer Ascension includes the following new features, downloaded directly to your cyber-cortex: *A new Role for your Crew! //The Jockey sends his Mini-Drones drones in on the stealth-band to wreak havoc! //New Edges! //New Cybernetics! //Attack Drones! Recon Drones! Decoy Drones! Hijack Drones! • New Enemies to Frag (or avoid)! //The Corp Jockey!   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Grimdark Future - Full Rulebook
Grimdark Future is a miniature wargame set in a war-torn sci-fi future, which is played using 28mm miniatures. The game mechanics are designed to be easy to learn but hard to master, bringing engaging sci-fi battles for new and experienced players alike. This rulebook adds lots of extra content to the core rules, providing you with countless hours of epic sci-fi battles that you can customize however   [click here for more]onepagerules $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Death on the periphery - Solo rules for Planet 28
Death on the periphery is an expansion for Planet 28 that allows you to play solo and cooperative games with warbands made up of custom characters. Inside this book you'll find all the rules for making solo warbands, enemy activation, cooperative play, secret agendas for your characters and even an illustrated 3 part micro campaign Escape from Lychester VII, in which you'll battle   [click here for more]Mammoth Miniatures Pay What You Want

Add to Wargame Vault Order Stargrave: Science Fiction Wargames in the Ravaged Galaxy
In a galaxy torn apart by the Last War, vast pirate fleets roam from system to system, robbing, extorting, and enslaving. Amidst this chaos, thousands of independent operators – smugglers, relic hunters, freedom fighters, and mercenaries – roam the dead stars in small ships, scratching out a living any way they can. In Stargrave, players take on the role of one of these independent operators,   [click here for more]Osprey Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Warfleets: FTL - Full Rulebook
Warfleets: FTL is a miniature wargame set in a distant galaxy at war, designed for spaceships of all scales. The game mechanics are designed to be easy to learn but hard to master, bringing engaging spaceship battles for new and experienced players alike. This rulebook adds lots of extra content to the core rules, providing you with countless hours of epic spaceship battles that you can customize   [click here for more]onepagerules $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Zero Dark: Operation Nemesis
This is the first major supplement for the best-selling independent sci-fi skirmish wargame, Horizon Wars: Zero Dark.Zero Dark: Operation Nemesis tells the story of Bal Anub, a special forces team from the human colony of Venus sent in pursuit of a mystery on the surface of an Earth ravaged by a devastating asteroid strike.  This book contains new rules for Horizon Wars: Zero Dark,   [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Hellfire
Hellfire is a set of 1/th (6mm) scale science fiction wargames rules which allow you to play a variety of different types of SF games, whilst managing to capture some form of unique flavour that makes the game more than just WW2 with las-cannons. The aim is to produce battles in a universe which isn't overly militarised. It is a universe where the black sheep of the family returns with a battalion   [click here for more]Jim Webster $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Stargrave: Quarantine 37
When it was commissioned, Imperial Research Station 37 was home to nearly 10, scientists and researchers working on a vast array of biological and chemical projects. Then, six months before the outbreak of the war, Station 37 went dark. No escape pods were launched and all attempts at communication went unanswered. Only a solitary, repeating broadcast filled the silence: “This station is under   [click here for more]Osprey Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order VDV & Airborne Forces: the VDV, Spetznatz & 3iD
This volume contains new rules for Airborne forces; including Air-Assault's (via helicopter); Air-Dropped (parachuting vehicles, equipment and personnel) and Air-Landing (touch-and-go dropping of personnel and equipment via transport aircraft). Includes rules for Special Forces (The Soviet Spetznatz) and rules for airborne equipment such as the BMD-1 and BMD-2, Gaz trucks and UAZ jeeps. also   [click here for more]Rooksdown Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Grimdark Future: Firefight - Full Rulebook
Grimdark Future: Firefight is a skirmish miniature wargame set in a war-torn sci-fi future, which is played using 28mm miniatures. The game mechanics are designed to be easy to learn but hard to master, bringing engaging sci-fi skirmishes for new and experienced players alike. This rulebook adds lots of extra content to the core rules, providing you with countless hours of epic sci-fi skirmishes that   [click here for more]onepagerules $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Farthest Star: Sci-Fi Skirmish Role-Play For One Or More Players
Farthest Star: Sci-Fi Skirmish Role-Play For One Or More Players lets you build a crew of space faring adventurers bent on seeking their varied goals under the spectral light of alien suns! Whether you plan to do a little bit of good, a little bit of bad, or a little bit of both, this set of Goalsystem RPG skirmish rules will let you tell compelling tabletop stories. Designed for use with any 28mm   [click here for more]Four-Color Studios $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Gruntz 15mm SCI-FI
NOTE to UK and European purchases. The printed copy is shipped from a UK address, so you don't face high international shipping charges from the USA. See the shipping details when you add to basket for more info.  Gruntz 15mm SCI-FI is a dedicated 15mm fast play wargame designed for skirmish level play using combined arms. You can use miniatures from any 15mm SCI-FI manufacturer   [click here for more]Rottenlead Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Blood in Space - 2nd Edition
Blood in Space is a micro but complete set of rules for solitaire or co-op skirmish game, set on a sci-fi background. “Micro” refers to the small set of rules, the small time required to complete one game session and the small number of miniatures required ( figures being a common range). Many micro-details are left to the player, only the “important” rules are included in the eighteen   [click here for more]STUDIUM CMLXV $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Death machines - Vehicle rules for planet 28
Death machines is an expansion for Planet 28 that lets you add vehicles to your miniature conflicts. In this book you’ll find all the rules you need to build, arm and battle with mechanical monstrosities, gargantuan battle tanks, ramshackle jetbikes and everything in-between! Will you build a technological terror that grows more powerful from game to game, or will your creations go   [click here for more]Mammoth Miniatures Pay What You Want

Add to Wargame Vault Order Exploit Zero: Cyberpunk Espionage and Mayhem
Corporate wars, shadow ops, cranial jacks, cyber-augmentations… you’ve been here before. You know how this goes. But familiarity breeds sloppiness and sloppiness will get you dead with a capital ‘P’ for Permanent. So you’ve got no excuses. You have a team, you have a boss, and that boss just gave you a job. Take whatever you need: weapons, micro-drones, dark-ware, pharma-derms, stealth   [click here for more]P. Todoroff CCWC $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Tomorrow's War
A miniatures wargame of gritty futuristic combat, Tomorrow’s War projects the tactics and technology of today’s military conflicts hundreds of years into the future. While robot drones, anti-gravity vehicles, and advanced battle-suit technology have changed the face of warfare, the essentials of combined-arms tactics have remained constant. Using the popular Force   [click here for more]Ambush Alley Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order F War Always Changes Revised Edition
F28 is a tactical level miniature wargame intended for use in the mm scale. It allows you to recreate vicious conflicts ranging from small skirmishes where each model fights on its own, to larger battles where models are grouped into larger units. The system also supports light RPG-style narrative play where players command only a handful of models each and fight semi-cooperatively versus the   [click here for more]F28 $

Add to Wargame Vault Order A Billion Suns: Interstellar Fleet Battles
A Billion Suns is a wargame of interstellar combat that puts you in command of fleets of powerful starships, from squadrons of agile, but fragile, fighters, to hulking and powerful capital ships. When combined with some spaceship miniatures, a tape measure, a deck of playing cards and some dice, this rulebook provides everything you need to play exciting and tense tabletop games of interstellar   [click here for more]Osprey Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Low Ruins Paper Models Set
Easy to build: This paper model kit is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock paper sheets to print on ( lb. or gsm recommended), scissors, hobby knife, paper glue, aluminum ruler and cutting mat. Assembly time is about half an hour. 15mm to 30mm scale: This model is designed at the popular 28mmmm gaming scale, and can be shrunk down to 15mm, 20mm or   [click here for more]Dave Graffam Models $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Counterblast 2nd Edition PDF
Counterblast is a skirmish-level miniatures battle game in an atomic raypunk setting. Players control crews of pulp sci-fi heroes plying the spaceways in search of uncharted worlds, alien artifacts, new territory for colonization, and essential deposits of ultonium. In this book you will find all of the information you need to play the game, including rules for how to create your crew, how to set up   [click here for more]Bombshell Miniatures $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Chrome Hammer
Connection established, M locked and loaded, sunglasses on.It's time for to get to work.. in style.* * * * * Chrome Hammer is a set of simple cyberpunk skirmish rules by the phenomenal Jason Smith, letting you get to grips with gun battles in a high tech future. Whether you take the role of the punks trying to reclaim the streets or the mega-corps fighting for optimized   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Exploit Zero: Hostile Takeover
Exploit Zero: HOSTILE TAKEOVERCorporate War - Coming Soon to a Sprawl near you! The latest Exploit Zero rule book, Hostile Takeover shifts the game's focus away from cooperative or solo mode and offers players the opportunity to command their own security force in a head-to-head corporate war. Now, your elite Agents command small, multi-model   [click here for more]P. Todoroff CCWC $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Horizon Wars: Over the Horizon
If the hit miniatures wargame, Horizon Wars, didn't offer you enough options, then you need Horizon Wars: Over the Horizon!  Not just giant robots, but truly titanic stomping battlemechs; hideous monsters from beyond nightmares; transforming jets; special operations missions; weird science and more! Over the Horizon also brings players new ways to play, introducing   [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing $

Add to Wargame Vault Order FiveCore 3rd edition. Skirmish Gaming Evolved
This brand new 3rd edition of the premier character-driven skirmish system will knock your socks off. FiveCore offers you fast playing games with figures per side. No firing tables. Just roll the dice and you know immediately if the target is down, wounded, pinned or running away. Troop quality affects your ability to coordinate attacks and have your men work together, rather than just providing   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Rogue Planet
ROGUE PLANET SCI-FANTASY SKIRMISH The PDF download now includes both the printer friendly B&W version of ROGUE PLANET and the full color Derelict Planet Edition. To best enjoy the layouts in the Derelict Planet Edition, make sure that you have both 'Two-Up' and 'Show Cover Page During Two-Up' selected under 'View>Page Display' in your PDF options menu. The print edition that   [click here for more]Brent Spivey Creations $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Game Over Man! A Solo Skirmish Game of Dark Atmospheric Sci-Ficute fun!
WELCOME TO GAME OVER MAN! the game of dark, atmospheric science fiction gaming, made for SOLO and COOPERATIVE PLAY! In this game you'll be tasked with creating a Marine Strike Team, and heading out on one of 4 different Situation types! These are missions that range from your typical bughunt, to escorting scientists who need to gather research, protecting engineers   [click here for more]Sundered Vault $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Fistful of Lead: Bigger Battles Rulebook
Fistful of Lead: Bigger Battles is designed as a quick set of tabletop wargaming rules for skirmishes in your favorite wargaming period or genre. Like all of our Fistful of Lead games, the rules are simple to learn, but Bigger Battles is not necessarily a simple game. What separates Bigger Battles from most tabletop miniature games on the market, is the unique card   [click here for more]Wiley Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order The Tsim Sha Tsui Expansion
A supplement for Exploit Zero: Cyberpunk Espionage and Mayhem. The Board of Directors is looking to expand into new territory. R&D is looking to field test new weapons and equipment. Sounds like you have some work to do. The TSIM SHA TSUI EXPANSION. A campaign supplement for Exploit Zero: Cyberpunk Espionage and Mayhem. New Equipment. New Rules   [click here for more]P. Todoroff CCWC $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Renegade Scout - Bleeding Edge Retro Gaming
Welcome to Renegade Scout. What is Renegade Scout? Other than pages jammed full of gaming goodness? This is a set of science fiction miniatures rules aimed at not only recapturing the spirit and feel of old school science fiction gaming, but presenting it in an updated and improved form, combining familiar mechanics with the polish and elegance expected in a modern   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order FULDA GAP! 11ACR, 12Pz & 8GD And The Fulda Gap
FULDA GAP! 11ACR 12Pz & 8GD And the Fulda Gap The 11th Armoured Cavalry Regiment with it's brand new M2a1 and M3a1 Bradley Infantry Fighting vehicles and M1a1 Abrams tanks punches well above it's weight with it's organic mortars (M 81mm on M tracks) artillery i nthe form of M 8" and Ma1 mm as well as air support in the form of the AH Apache, OH Kiowa   [click here for more]Rooksdown Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Hostile Tactical AI
Tactical AI for skirmish miniature wargames. Hostile Tactical AI is an Artificial Intelligence system to order enemy units around in skirmish miniature wargames, so you may play solo or co-op against the enemy. The rules work through a deck of 72 cards that tell enemy units, where to go and what to do. There are two sets of instructions on every card. One set gives orders to patrolling units unaware   [click here for more]SixJAM $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Five Klicks From the Zone Chapter 1
After the world fell and the skies burnedWe were left to fight on   * * * * *   Welcome to the world of Five Klicks - Skirmish campaign games for solo and cooperative players, using the tried and tested mechanics of Five Parsecs From Home and Five Leagues From the Borderlands. In Five Klicks From   [click here for more]Nordic Weasel Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Starmada Unity Rulebook
Now updated to version ! Starmada™ is a miniatures board game of starship combat. At its most basic level, players take command of space fleets in a general attempt to reduce each other to just so much space junk. At its most advanced, the game can be customized to breathe life into any science fiction background that players might imagine. Novices shouldn't   [click here for more]Majestic Twelve Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Keystone Station Map Kit & Location Guide
THIS IS AN "EARLY ACCESS" PRODUCT: This map kit and location guide is a work in progress, but it's in a shape that I'm comfortable sharing at an early-bird price. The graphics and location info aren't finalized, and more materials are planned, so if you like what you see, rest assured that it's only going to get better. Updates should show up in your library automatically.   [click here for more]Dave Graffam Models $

Add to Wargame Vault Order TERRAIN: Petrol & Power Station Hazzard & Road Signage
This terrain supplement for COLD WAR3! includes three sets of Nuclear Power Station hazzard and warning signs for SELAFIELD in the UK; GRAFENRHEINFELD in West Germany and CHERNOBYL in Ukraine/Soviet Union. Included are warning, keep out, radiation hazzard signage as well as road signs pointing to the various power plants. Additionally included are SIX (6) different cut out fold petrol stations common   [click here for more]Rooksdown Games $

Add to Wargame Vault Order Zero Dark: Training Run
Horizon Wars: Zero Dark, a hard SF skirmish game for solo, co-op and PvP play, provides players with a tense, cinematic play experience in every battle mode. Now Training Run offers players a stripped-down, complete introductory mission with all the rules you will need to lead a team of elite heroes through their final test before being dispatched into the deadly environment of   [click here for more]Precinct Omega Publishing Pay What You Want

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9 best miniatures games that aren’t Warhammer

Miniature wargaming is far and away one of the most intimidating aspects of the tabletop gaming hobby, especially for newcomers. At least part of that likely comes from the image it has of being dominated by the vast fantasy and sci-fi worlds of Warhammer. But Games Workshop’s behemoth isn’t the be-all and end-all of wargaming - many of the best miniatures games are simply less widely-known than 40K or Age of Sigmar.

Still, odds are that if you’re even a casual gamer, you’ve probably heard of Warhammer 40,, Age of Sigmar or Fantasy Battle. In the same way that Dungeons & Dragons has become the pinnacle of all tabletop RPGs in the public’s eyes, Warhammer has a terminator’s iron grip on the mainstream perception of miniatures games.

Best tabletop miniatures games

If you’ve not already felt tempted to get into the many, many different Warhammer games and spin-offs on offer - or even if you tried and fell at the first hurdle - it simply might not be the game for you. Whether it’s the theme, the miniatures, the sheer amount of models required to play or the rules that you play by, Warhammer just isn’t for everyone - and that includes those who have been playing it for so long that they’re looking for a new horizon to explore or a new army to build.

With that in mind, here are our recommendations for the best miniatures games you can play right now that aren’t Warhammer.


1. Malifaux

Malifaux sets its conflicts in a strange and deadly alternates Earth of the same name, full of horrible monsters, even more horrible people and a slew of ghosts, steampunk constructs and goblins. If you’re at all excited by the dark world of RPG Blades in the Dark - a Dicebreaker favourite - then this should certainly be a world to grab your attention. You could quite conceivably be leading a swamp hag into battle, surrounded by moss-covered, gatling gun-wielding, clockwork robots. On the other side of the table, a gang of Japanese-inspired ghosts and deadly spirits.

Malifaux is incredibly evocative and comes with some interesting new takes on the miniature wargaming formula. Done away with are dice, favouring instead a deck of cards that determines one-on-one conflicts as well as the damage you do and the defenses you can put up. You’re able to hold a hand of ‘cheat’ cards throughout each round, allowing you to make sure important steps in combat go your way - for instance, by changing a 2 into that 12 you’ve been saving.

Malifaux is a skirmish game, which means that you’ll be using a very small model count. This makes it a lot cheaper to get into combat, as you’ll only need to assemble a unit squad rather than a model mega-army. Each model also becomes a lot more personal and important, as losing just one is a significant portion of your army gone for good.

Malifaux also features alternating activations. If you have played a large game of Warhammer you’ll know that sitting around for 30 minutes whilst your opponent murders you and you just sit and watch is not very fun. Alternating activation means that the simple act of choosing which model is going to take their action first becomes even more pivotal.

If you’re looking at getting into Malifaux then the barrier for entry, especially cost-wise, is pretty low. Do be warned, however, that the small and quite finicky models can be absolute hell to put together, especially for those new to the hobby. There are also some pretty different ideas in the rulebook that wargaming diehards might be blindsided by, as they go against tradition in a few different aspects.

Buy Malifaux on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


2. Infinity

You might not know it from the cover art, but Infinity is set in our world - albeit years into the future when humanity has reached the stars. All the major powers in the world have begun to stake their claim on the hospitable planets in the galaxy and many of the nation states that we know of today have combined forces to create new blocks of power, both on Earth and in the far reaches of space.

This setting allows for some amazing factions and subfactions for players to pick from when assembling their army. You might grab a set of the Panoceania space templars, the East-Asian conglomerate Yu Jing or even wield some kilt-clad, sword swinging Highlanders under the banner of Ariadna.

Infinity is definitely one of the more in-depth rulesets in this list, and probably one of the more complex ones to learn - although you can just grab a starter set and get to grips with the rules pretty gradually. Its complexity allows you to perform a massive amount of different tactics that reward players who stick to the rules. Your soldiers can go prone to avoid enemy fire, suppress choke points, and drop mines and smoke grenades to surprise their opponents. Giant mechs can be piloted and hacked, soldiers can wear stealth suits, and weapons have fire modes and effective ranges. Infinity brings breadth and depth by the bucketload and wraps it all in an incredibly stylish anime aesthetic. Clearly inspired by cultural touchstones such as Akira and Ghost in the Shell, you’ll be seeing gun-toting motorbike drivers, hackers, mechs, cloaking tech and invading alien empires all clashing on your table.

Mechanically, Infinity is really smart with some lovely rules that make for a smooth experience on the table. Like Malifaux, Infinity has low model counts, simulating squad tactics at a micro level rather than model mass-combat scenarios. Each player rolls sided dice whenever they perform an action such as shooting, dodging or healing. To succeed, you need a result lower or equal to the skill level of the soldier who’s attempting it, not unlike an RPG. The fun thing about Infinity is that, when attempting any of these actions within line-of-sight of an enemy, your opponent is able to react - meaning you’ll be doing just as much on your off turns as you are during your actual gos.

Buy Infinity from Zatu Games.


3. Guild Ball

Gosh, there’s been a lot of war and fighting going on in those past couple of games, hasn’t there? If only we could put our differences aside and come together for some fun, carefree organised sporting events. And then punch each other to death at those instead.

Not all miniature wargaming is about amassing armies and seeing whose guns can pump out the most lead in a single turn. Miniatures sports games Dreadball and Guild Ball instead challenge you to best your opponent in a game of goals and tackles, laced with just a sprinkle of unfair play.

Guild Ball is by far the more popular of the two fantasy football titles. Set in a steampunk world, the players represent various guilds from across the cities of the world. It’s also more grounded than its competitor, using rulers and templates like a traditional wargame. There are rules for balls bouncing around the pitch, and you’ll have a stat line for things like how far you can kick the ball and how easily you can weather an attack. It’s definitely the more traditional of the two games, which may make it appealing to those with previous mini games experience.

If you’re a football fan - that’s real football, not the American imposter - you’ll be comfortable with the basic rules of the game and can go from there. You’re passing a ball around the pitch and trying to score in your opponent’s goal - the wackier elements are sprinkled on top. Guild Ball certainly has the nicer sculpts of the two options, as well with a gorgeous range of unique and interestingly-posed characters, along with thematic terrain and pitches you can buy to up the immersion.

Unfortunately, you might have to search around to find a set, as publisher Steamforged recently announced it was bringing an end to the game.

Buy Guild Ball on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


4. Dreadball

Dreadball, in comparison, is much more silly and lightweight. That doesn’t mean it’s necessarily easier or quicker to play, but where Guild Ball concerns itself with a true simulation of a fantasy version of the fantasy game, Dreadball is much more concerned with the bombast and drama of televised sporting events in the far-reaching, alien future of its sci-fi setting. In Dreadball you play through leagues and rile up the fans, and there’s a referee patrolling the pitch that you need to avoid when you’re committing blatant fouls on your opponents - just like in real sports.

The rulers and templates are replaced with a hex-based system, and instead of your standard football rules there are strike zone scoring areas that give you different point values depending on where you score from for a little risk-reward. You get everything you need to play Dreadball in a single box, and just go from there without having to worry about army compositions or how expensive your prospective team is to put together.

Whilst the models in Dreadball aren’t quite the same quality as those in Guild Ball, there’s a huge variety of sci-fi tropes and lookalikes from other games - including Warhammer spin-off Blood Bowl, which it clearly owes a lot of inspiration to. The smorgasboard of silly factions is lovely to pick from; each feels completely unique and absolutely true to the more comedic universe. The rulebook even includes a section on creating your own mutant team by combining lots of different body parts from other miniatures, which is a brilliant idea.

Buy Dreadball on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


5. Star Wars: Legion

Star Wars: Legion miniatures game pieces

For better or for worse, everyone knows Star Wars. So it was almost inevitable that a miniatures game set in a galaxy far, far away was going to find its way to tables of fans the world over. What people might not have realised is that we’d be getting three separate miniatures games that allow you to fight across land, air and sea - or, more accurately, land, space and big space. Where X-Wing specialises in close-quarters dogfights between ships and Armada focuses on massive fleet battles, Legion sticks its boots into the mud of ground combat.

If you’re looking for a wargame that’s very easy for new players to get into, Legion is the one to go with. It’s a very stripped-back system that gets rid of a lot of the guff that comes with some of the older and heavier systems out there. The core rules are incredibly slim and the models are easy to build. All of the stats for each unit fit onto a single standard-sized card and there are essentially just two factions to choose from: goodies or baddies. Gone are rulers and piles of d6s; instead, you’ll use eight-sided dice with symbols for success and failure and measuring sticks for moving your units in set blocks. It makes getting grips with the gameplay a real breeze, and it’s refreshingly quick and light to play.

Not to mention the fact that if you’re a Star Wars mega-fan you could grab three different sets from each of the three games and go from a galaxy-wide fleet battle in Armada to a one-on-one dogfight in X-Wing before touching down on the planet in Legion, with the outcome of each battle affecting the next.

Buy Star Wars: Legion on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


6. The Walking Dead: All Out War

Sometimes things get a little more spicy when you add an unknown extra ingredient. A bit of coffee in your chilli con carne, some Die Hard in your Christmas movie marathon or, in this case, some brain-hungry zombies in your tabletop miniatures game. The story of the Walking Dead exploded into popularity when the original graphic novels were adapted into a record-breaking TV series.

Everyone at some point in their lives has asked themselves what they’d do if they were in that classic zombie apocalypse scenario. The Walking Dead: All Out War gives you a pretty fun avenue to explore that. There are rules for attracting the dead, (or avoiding them) by cleverly using noise to redirect their attacks, pushing your luck between sneaking and sprinting, and scavenging post-apocalyptic scraps.

If you’re a fan of the series of graphic novels that spawned this big box of shambling corpses then you’ll find plenty of recognisable characters popping up here. The miniatures in the box are well-built and come pre-assembled, which is a good start for anyone new to painting. The sculpts themselves are a little bit stockier than your average human, but the exaggerated details will help with those who aren’t as experienced with the artistic side of the hobby.

All Out War isn’t exactly revolutionary but it does do some really fun and interesting things with its source material. The minis are nice, the available terrain is a good start for someone building up a table for modern settings and it all comes packed in a nicely stylish box. It also happens to be one of the few miniatures games that allows you to play solo, too.

If you’re looking for a quick and deadly game of undead dodging, then The Walking Dead: All Out War might just be the miniatures game for you.

Buy The Walking Dead: All Out War on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


7. A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

Most board games set in the seven kingdoms of Westeros focus on the dirty dealings, betrayal and blood-spilling away from the battlefield. They’re about dispatching your rivals with a knife slipped between the ribs, a poisoned goblet of wine or a crossbow to the nads while you swap the Iron Throne for a porcelain one.

But the A Song of Ice and Fire books and Game of Thrones TV show they inspired wouldn’t be the same without the occasional big ol’ battle and bloodshed en masse. That’s where this sweeping miniatures game steps in, bringing the action down to the grunts at the frontline of each house as they clash swords, spears and deep-rooted philosophical differences - resolved, like all complex discussions, by chopping each other into itty-bitty pieces.

To get across the sense of commanding a vast, highly-trained army belonging to the Starks, Lannisters or whoever you decide to throw your lot in with, the Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game uses what’s called a rank-and-file system. Instead of moving individual models as in skirmish games like Warhammer 40,, your models sit on plastic trays that keep them tightly arranged in pleasingly neat rows and columns. Manoeuvring trays makes for a distinctly different style of play compared to the nimble single troops and flexible gangs in skirmish games.

While the game’s enlarged scope comes from scores of anonymous troops being whittled down to nothing, the characters you know from the books and TV show also play a key role. Leaders can be assigned to particular units, lending their personality and special abilities to the frontline - you might have the fast striking ability of Robb Stark and his direwolf Grey Wind, or the slower but formidable might of The Mountain, or someone in-between.

Characters not as at home on the bloodsoaked battlefield aren’t left out of the action, either. Familiar faces that favour brains over brawn, such as Tyrion and Sansa, compete over a separate board that represents the political machinations behind the scenes - granting each side extra powers and advantages. You might be able to erode enemy troops’ morale - making them more likely to suffer losses in combat - or boost your own units’ resolve. It makes the whole thing stay true to the world of Westeros, while also giving battles a slightly different feel and flow to more cut-and-dried murderfests. (That said, with over minis in the starter box, you’ll still be slaughtering unfortunate soldiers by the dozen.)

A Song of Ice and Fire is a different kind of Game of Thrones game, and a different kind of miniatures game, compared to what’s out there. Despite the well-known world it’s attached to, its combination of board and miniatures gaming means it’s likely to be more of a cult choice when it comes to finding nearby wargaming clubs and local opponents interested in playing. But as far as getting started with miniatures games goes, everything you need is in the box and you’re likely to already be familiar with the lore - making this a decent first step into a brave new world.

Buy A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


8. Frostgrave

In this bombastic miniatures game - affectionately called Tuesday Night Wizard Fight by my friends - each player gets a certain amount of gold to assemble a warband before taking to the eponymous frozen city of Frostgrave. They have to purchase a wizard and a wizard’s apprentice, then they can spend the gold as they see fit to hire mercenaries to their cause. Units like knights are durable heavy-hitters and thus cost a bit more, but you can also hire archers, thieves, crossbowmen and even dogs.

Once you’ve chosen your wizard, you then select one of ten schools of magic and choose some spells. You might be a summoner, for example, raising demons and attempting to bind them to your will. You might be a sigilist, setting deadly traps - although frankly it’s not recommended that unless you plan on having a really rubbish game - or you might even be a morally dubious necromancer.

So far, so Earthsea, but this is where all the noble traditions of magic and the dignity of being a scholarly wizard go right out the castle window. In your average game of Frostgrave, there are a series of treasure markers. The game is a mad dash to grab those treasure markers and ferry them to the edge of the board, killing off your opponents as you go in order to see who can gather the most experience points and loot. It’s basically the sword-carrying equivalent of someone throwing a bunch of gold in the air in a tavern in order to start a bar fight.

The combat runs off a simple d20 system so it’s not hard to pick up, and your magic users have the option of taking wounds in order to make up for a bad roll so, if you’re desperate to cast a spell, you can push your wizard or apprentice right to the brink of death to make it happen.

Hands down the best thing about Frostgrave is that it’s an extremely cheap game to buy into. The core rulebook, which is all you need to get started, will set you back about fifteen quid at the most. You can also use whatever models you like - even plastic toy soldiers will do - although it’s worth noting that ranged attacks work on line-of-sight in this game, so don’t go for full-size action figures.

If you want to use official Frostgrave miniatures they’re also quite affordable, but a random mishmash is a great way to lean into the chaotic energy that personifies this game. It’s fast, it’s well-suited to campaign play and, best of all, it is very, very silly.

Buy Frostgrave on Amazon US or Amazon UK.


9. Gaslands: Refuelled

If you manage to watch any of the Mad Max films without immediately wanting to strap a flamethrower onto the bonnet of your Peugeot and spray silver food colouring over your mouth then I’m not saying there’s something wrong with you, but you’ll definitely be less excited by the premise of Gaslands: Refuelled than I am.

Gaslands is a ruleset for playing wargames with matchbox cars such as Hot Wheels - or whatever toy cars you can find in a pound shop. You’ll use a points system to assemble a squadron of battle-ready bangers, complete with crew members and welded-on weapons. Gaslands uses a template system that you might be familiar with from games such as X-Wing, in which you’ll place a car at the start of a movement template and then move it to the end to simulate a manoeuvre. Each of your vehicles will be set to a gear, determining how fast it can travel in exchange for manoeuvrability. The higher the gear you’re in, the faster you’ll be able to travel across the board and the more damage you’ll do when you smash into the side of another vehicle.

The biggest obstacle for getting into Gaslands is that the only official real resource that exists for it is the rulebook itself. There are no official models, no kits for upgrading cars, no tokens or templates. The flipside of this is that if you want to give Gaslands a go, and have some toy cars and dice lying around, all you really need is the rulebook and a printer. Templates can be cut from paper and stuck onto cardboard, all the special dice can be rolled as a standard d6 using a table and you don’t have to do a single bit of painting if you’re not fussed about visuals. This makes Gaslands incredibly cheap to get into, absurdly so.

If you want to play a miniatures game that’s truly unique from the standard laser guns and swords, Gaslands is a must, with all kinds of fun bonus rules for elements such as crowd interaction, campaigns, driver experience and levelling up, tanks and helicopters, and pretty much anything you want to add in.

Whether it’s a destruction derby, Mario Kart-style racing or protecting a massive war rig that you’re escorting across a barren desert, there’s lots to love in this gas-guzzling, budget miniatures game.

Buy Gaslands: Refuelled on Amazon US or Amazon UK.

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Sci-fi/Space Opera/Not40k Miniature wargames

I think the Warpath rules have some factions with various hi-tech looking jetbikes and walkers.


And Beyond the Gates of Antares has factions focused around drones and ai-robot thingies



And





Aesthetically Infinity would probably cover that too as it's heavily anime inspired, though, again, it's more like models than and is a fairly rules heavy game. Still plays out in about hours once you've gotten the hang of it.

This is the Red Veil starter models. Which should show off the aesthetic. That contains 3 heavy infantry (two in orange and the big guy in green), an aerial drop troop, a ninja, a load of light infantry and a bioengineered super soldier.


The larger mecha (for those two factions) look like this (they are about 2x the size of the big green guy in the first picture)


And



Some other models I think are cool in that 'various mecha sizes' aesthetic.

Su Jian, it's a transforming bot, switches between a rapid movement animal form and a combat humanoid form


Yan Huo, it's a heavy infantryman (about the same size as the big green guy in the first picture) that is armed with TAG/Tank equivalent weapons

 

Sours: https://forum.rpg.net/index.php?threads/sci-fi-space-opera-not40k-miniature-wargames/

List of miniature wargames

This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources.

Miniature wargames are a form of wargaming designed to incorporate miniatures or figurines into play, which was invented at the beginning of the 19th century in Prussia. The miniatures used represent troops or vehicles (such as tanks, chariots, aircraft, ships, etc.). The games may reflect historical situations and armies, or may be futuristic or fantasy-based.

This list compiles published miniature wargames categorized by their subject matter, genre, or time period covered in their rules. Where known, the publisher is given (or, in a few cases, the designer(s) in the case of self-published or freely distributed games), as well as the date of first publication (many games have been published in several updated editions).

Ancients[edit]

  • Age of Battles (Zvezda, )[1]
  • Age of Hannibal (Little Wars TV, )[1]
  • Age of Heroes - Biblical Era V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Ancient & Medieval Wargaming (Sutton Publishing, )[1]
  • Ancient Empires (The Emperor's Press, )[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (Milgamex, )[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (A to Z Rules, )[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (Saga Publishing, )[1]
  • Arcane Warfare (Jerboa Development Team, )[1]
  • Armati (Quantum Printing, )[1]
  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Battlestandard Ancient Rules (Battlestandard Miniatures and Games, )[1]
  • Clash of Empires (Great Escape Games, )
  • Classical Hack (LMW Works Publications, )[1]
  • Classic Warfare (Tactical Studies Rules, )[1]
  • Conquerors and Kings (Peter Pig, )[1]
  • Crusader (Crusader Miniatures, )[1]
  • De Bellis Antiquitatis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • De Bellis Magistrorum Militum (Caliver Books, )[1]
  • De Bellis Multitudinis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Fast Play Rules for Ancient Warfare (Newbury Rules, )
  • Field of Glory (Osprey Publishing, )[1]
  • Gordian Knot (Agema Publications, )
  • Greek Naval Warfare (London Wargames Section, )
  • Hail Caesar (Warlord Games, )[1]
  • Hex Command Ancients (Imagine Image Multimedia, )
  • Holy Hack First Edition (LMW Works, )[1]
  • Holy Hack Second Edition (LMW Works, )[1]
A game in play using the Field of Glory ruleset
  • Homeric Hack (LMW Works, )[1]
  • Hoplon (Nicolas A. Protonotarios, )[1]
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • In Death Ground (Ruga-Ruga Publications, )
  • Justified Ancients (Amazon Miniatures, )[1]
  • King David (Signifer Club Vicenza, )[1]
  • L'Art de la Guerre (Onyx éditions, )[1]
  • Legion (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )[1]
  • Lost Battles (Philip Sabin, )[1]
  • Macedon and Rome V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Melees Gloriosus (David P. Gundt, )[1]
  • Might of Arms (Colonnade Publishing, )[1]
  • Mortem et Gloriam (SHALL Enterprises Ltd, )[1]
  • Peltast and Pila (Tony Bath, Tabletop Warfare Limited, )
  • PMG Ancients (Jeff Hunt, Portsmouth Miniatures and Games, )
  • Salamis Ad Actium (David Manley, )
  • Shieldbearer (Michel J Young)[2][3]
  • Swordpoint (Gripping Beast, )[1]
  • Tactica (Quantum Printing, )[1]
  • The Art of War (Doug Larsen & Rocky Russo, )[1]
  • The Shock of Impact (Tabletop Games, )[1]
  • To the Strongest! (BigRedBat Ventures, )[1]
  • Vis Bellica (Ordered Flexibility, )[1]
  • War & Conquest (Scarab Miniatures, )
  • Warfare in the Ancient World (Newbury Rules, )[1]
  • War Games Rules B.C to A.D (Ancient War Games Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules B.C. to A.D. (War Games Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules B.C - A.D (Wargames Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules BC to AD (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Wargames Rules - Ancient Period ( B.C. - A.D. 61) (Athena, )
  • Warhammer Ancient Battles (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warlord (Partizan Press, )
  • Warmaster Ancients (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warrior (Four Horsemen Enterprises, )[1]
  • Warrior Kings (Two Hour Wargames, )[1]
  • Wars Ancient (Magni Games, )

Early Middle Ages[edit]

  • A Fistfull of Miniatures (North Shore Press, ; Precis Intermedia Gaming, )[1]
  • Ancient & Medieval Wargaming (Sutton Publishing, )[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (A to Z Rules, )[1]
  • Arcane Warfare (Jerboa Development Team, )[1]
  • Armati (Quantum Printing, )[1]
  • L'Art de la Guerre (Onyx éditions, )[1]
  • The Art of War (Doug Larsen & Rocky Russo, )[1]
  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Battlelust (Columbia Games, )
  • Battlestandard Ancient Rules (Battlestandard Miniatures and Games, )[1]
  • Clash of Empires (Great Escape Games, )
  • Conquerors and Kings (Peter Pig, )[1]
  • De Bellis Antiquitatis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • De Bellis Magistrorum Militum (Caliver Books, )[1]
  • De Bellis Multitudinis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Field of Glory (Osprey Publishing, )[1]
  • Hack In the Dark (Philip Viverito/LMW Works LLC )[1]
  • Hail Caesar (Warlord Games, )[1]
  • Hoplon (Nicolas A. Protonotarios, )[1]
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Might of Arms (Colonnade Publishing, )[1]
  • Mortem et Gloriam (SHALL Enterprises Ltd, )[1]
  • Saga Dark Ages (Studio Tomahawk, published through Gripping Beast)[1]
  • The Shock of Impact (Tabletop Games, )[1]
  • Swordpoint (Gripping Beast, )[1]
  • To Me! V 6:Computer Moderated Miniature Wargames Rules (Computer Strategies, )
  • To the Strongest! (Simon Miller)
  • War & Conquest (Scarab Miniatures, )
  • War Games Rules B.C. to A.D. (War Games Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules B.C - A.D (Wargames Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules BC to AD (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Warhammer Ancient Battles (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warlord (Partizan Press, )
  • Warmaster Ancients (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warrior (Four Horsemen Enterprises, )[1]
  • Warrior Kings (Two Hour Wargames, )[1]

Middle Ages[edit]

  • A Fistfull of Miniatures (North Shore Press, ; Precis Intermedia Gaming, )[1]
  • Ancient & Medieval Wargaming (Sutton Publishing, )[1]
  • Arcane Warfare (Jerboa Development Team, )[1]
  • Armati (Arty Conliffe, )[1] followed by Armati II (Arty Conliffe, )[1]
  • L'Art de la Guerre (Onyx éditions, )[1]
  • The Art of War (Doug Larsen & Rocky Russo, )[1]
  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Battlestandard Ancient Rules (Battlestandard Miniatures and Games, )[1]
  • Chainmail (Guidon Games, )[1]
  • Clash of Empires (Great Escape Games, )
  • Crusader (Crusader Miniatures, )[1]
  • De Bellis Antiquitatis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • De Bellis Magistrorum Militum (Caliver Books, )[1]
  • De Bellis Multitudinis (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Ex illis (Chinchilla Games, )
  • Field of Glory (Osprey Publishing, )[1]
  • HAVOC: Tactical Miniature Warfare (Brent Spivey, Voodoo Ink Publishing, )
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Knight Hack (LMW Works, )[1]
  • Might of Arms (Colonnade Publishing, )[1]
  • Mortem et Gloriam (SHALL Enterprises Ltd, )[1]
  • Retinue Medieval Skirmish Rules (David Cliff, Tabletop Games, )
  • Shattered Lances (Outpost Wargame Services, )[1]
  • Swordpoint (Gripping Beast, )[1]
  • Tactica Medieval (Quantum Printing, )[1]
  • To Me! V 6:Computer Moderated Miniature Wargames Rules (Computer Strategies, )
  • To the Strongest! (Simon Miller)
  • WarChu (www.warchu.com, )
  • War Games Rules B.C - A.D (Wargames Research Group, )
  • War Games Rules BC to AD (Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Warhammer Ancient Battles (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warheads: Medieval Tales (Urban Mammoth, )
  • Warlord II (Partizan Press, )
  • Warmaster Ancients (Warhammer Historical Wargames, )[1]
  • Warrior (Four Horsemen Enterprises, )[1]
  • Warrior Kings (Two Hour Wargames, )[1]

Renaissance[edit]

  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • De Bellis Renationis (Wargames Research Group, )
  • Field of Glory: Renaissance (Osprey Publishing, )
  • Flashing Steel (Ganesha Games, )
  • Forged in Blood (Ganesha Games, )
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, )[1]
  • Pike & Shotte (Steve Morgan, Warlord Games, )
  • Rulettes for 16th Century Naval Warfare (Wargames Research Group, )
  • Samurai Warfare (Adams & Clarke, ~)
  • Sword And Pistol (Tabletop Games, )
  • The Road To Osaka (Daisho Publications, )
  • The Universal Soldier (RAFM Company, )
  • Wargames Rules - Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century (–) (George Gush, Wargames Research Group, )[1]
  • Wargames Rules For Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries (–) (George Gush, Wargames Research Group, )
  • Warlord II (Partizan Press, )

Early Modern[edit]

  • (Rick Priestley, Wargames Foundry, )[1]
  • Age of Musket (Peter Morffew, )[4]
  • Bayonet and Ideology (Peter Pig, )
  • Before I was a Marshal, I was a Grenadier (Sergeants 3, /)
  • Black Powder (Rick Priestley, Warlord Games, )[1]
  • Black Powder Battles (Two Hour Wargames, )
  • Blenheim To Balaclava (Brian Gregory, Brigade Games, )
  • Blood, Bilge, and Iron Balls (Age of Sail, Alan Abbey, Pen & Sword, )
  • Carnage & Glory (Nigel P. Marsh, )
  • Carnage & Glory II (Nigel P. Marsh, )
  • Cavaliers and Roundheads (TSR, Inc., )
  • Classic Napoleonics (Raymond [Ray] James Jackson, )
  • Close Action (Clash of Arms Games, )
  • Column, Line, & Square (Fred Vietmeyer, )
  • Corps d'Armee: Napoleonic Rules for Large Scale Wargames (Geoffrey Wootten, Wargames Research Group, )
  • De Bellis Renationis (Wargames Research Group, )
  • Divisional Commander (Studio Capitan)
  • Don't Give Up The Ship! (Tactical Studies Rules, )'t Give Up The Ship!Tactical Studies Rules
  • Dutchman Spaniard Switzer Swede (Douglas Hubbard, Tactical Realities Inc.,
  • Eagles, Swords & Bayonets(Richard Kohlbacker/LMW Works [3])[1])
  • Empire (Napoleonic) (Scotty Bowden, no5)
  • Empires, Eagles, and Lions (Napoleonic Era) (New Jersey Association of Wargamers, )
  • Ever Victorious Armies (Honourable Lead Boiler Suit Company, )
  • Field of Glory: Napoleonic (Osprey Publishing, )
  • Final Argument of Kings (Seven Years' War) (Dean West, )
  • File Leader! (English Civil War) (Peter Berry, Partizan Press, )
  • Forlorn Hope (English Civil War) (Peter Berry & Ben Wilkins, Partizan Press, )
  • Form Line of Battle (David Manley, )
  • Frappé (Napoleonic) (Ray Johnson and Duke Seifried, The Wargamers' Library, Volume 1, c)
  • From Valmy to Waterloo (Tactical to Grand Tactical, ) (William Keyser, Clash of Arms Games, )
  • Game of War Napoleonic and 18th century (Agema.org.uk, )
  • Grand Battles Napoleon (Napoleonic) (Siege Works Studios, )
  • Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Sam A. Mustafa, )
  • Grand Manoeuvre (Napoleonic) (Michael Collins, )
  • Great Captains - Linear Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Gunpowder Revolution - Renaissance Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Guns of Liberty (American War of Independence) (Eric Burgess, )
  • Gå På (Great Northern War, War of the Spanish Succession) (Thomas Årnfelt)
  • Habitants and Highlanders (French and Indian War) (Canadian Wargamers Group, )
  • Imperial Lances (Napoleonic Wars) (The Tin Dictator | Bob Rodgers, )
  • In the Heart of Africa (Colonial Africa –) (Honourable Lead Boiler Suit Co., unknown)
  • In the Name of Glory (David Marks, )
  • Iron Duke - Napoleonics V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • It is Warm Work- Age of Sail Naval (Frank Capotorto, )
  • John Company (Colonial India) (n/a, unknown)
  • King of the Battlefield (18th-century European) (Ian Godwin, unknown)
  • Kiss Me Hardy (Napoleonic Naval) (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • Koenig Krieg (), War of Austrian Succession, Seven Years' War, American War of Independence) (Siege Works Studios, )
  • La Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Simulations Publications Inc, )
  • La Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (TSR, Inc., )
  • Lasalle (Napoleonic) (Honour - Sam Mustafa, )
  • Le Feu Sacré (Napoleonic) (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • Le Petite Armee v (Napoleonic) (Signifer/LPA Games, )
  • Marlburian Commander (Studio Capitan)
  • Matchlock; ECW Rules for 1/th scale (Mike Smith, Partizan Press, )
  • Might & Reason (18th-century European)
  • Napoleonique (Napoleonic Era) (Jim Getz, Duke Seifried, The Wargamers' Library Vol IV, )
  • Napoleonique Encore (Napoleonic Era) (Glenn Davis, Jim Getz, Duke Seifried, )
  • Napoleon's Battles ( Avalon Hill; Lost Battalion Games )(Robert Coggins and Craig Taylor)
  • Pas de Charge! (Napoleonic Era) (George Nafziger, Z & M Enterprises, )
  • Patrols in the Sudan (19th century colonial) (Peter Pig, )
  • Pike Hack Road to Dunbar (Philip Viverito/LMW Works LLC [4])[1]
  • Piquet (Multiple periods)
  • Pirates & Buccaneers (16thth century skirmish) (Tactical Command Games, )
  • Pirates of the Spanish Main (WizKids, )
  • Principles of War (16th century to WWI)
  • Regiment of Foote (English Civil War) (Peter Pig, )
  • Republique (Napoleonic)
  • Rocket's Red Glare (War of ) (Canadian Wargamers Group, )
  • Rough Riders (SCW)
  • Rebels and Patriots
  • Senso (Samurai)
  • Shako I & II (Napoleonics) (Arty Conliffe)
  • Spanish Fury (Renaissance)
  • The British are Coming (American War of Independence)
  • The Last Days of the Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Operational Studies Group, )
  • The Sword and The Flame (Colonial) (Yaquinto, And That's the Way It Was, )
  • The Thin Red Line (Crimean War) (Rank and File Figures, )
  • To Glory We Steer (Age of Sail) (Atkins wargames) Free Rules
  • To the Banners (Renaissance)
  • To the Sound of the Guns (Napoleonic) (Tabletop Games, )
  • Tricolor (Napoleonic) (TSR, Inc., )
  • Tricorne (Seven Years War) {Ken Bunger, Z & M Enterprises, )
  • Tricorne (18th century) (M.O.D. Games, )
  • Two Hundred Years (5mm for –) (Tabletop Games, )
  • Vive L′Empereur (Napoleonic) (Chaosium Rulesbook, )
  • Volley & Bayonet (GDW Games, ), followed by Volley & Bayonet: Road to Glory (Test of Battle Games, )
  • War by Sail (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Warfare in the Age of Discovery
  • Warfare in the Age of Reason
  • Wargamer's Guide to the English Civil War (William B. Protz jr., )
  • Wargames Rules (Wargames Research Group, )
  • Wargames Rules (Wargames Research Group, )
  • Wargaming the Age of Marlborough (Editions Brokaw, )
  • Warhammer English Civil War (Warhammer Historical Wargames Ltd, )
  • The Whites of Their Eyes (American War of Independence) (Canadian Wargamers Group, )

American Civil War[edit]

  • A Glint of Bayonets (Sergeants 3, )
  • Altar of Freedom (Greg Wagman, )[1]
  • American Civil War (Cliff Knight & Peter Dennis, )
  • American Battlelines (ODGW LLC, )
  • Blue-Light Manual (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )
  • Brother Against Brother (Stratagem Publications Ltd, )
  • Call to the Colors free rules for ACW 15mm miniatures all at Yahoo site. http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/CallToTheColors/ (Fred Ehlers, )
  • Circa (Bob Cooper, Tabletop Games, )
  • Enduring Valor: Gettysburg in Miniature (Marek/Janci Designs, Vol.1 , Vol. 2 )
  • Fire and Fury (Quantum Publishing, ) Website:http://www.fireandfury.com/fireandfurymain.shtml
  • Hardtack (Guidon Games, )
  • Iron and Fire (David Manley, )
  • Ironclad (Guidon Games, )
  • Gettysburg Soldiers (Larry Reber and Justin Reber, ), Website: http://www.gettysburgsoldiers.com
  • Honor & Glory (David Marks, unknown)
  • Johnny Reb (John Hill, Game Designers' Workshop, ), Johnny Reb III (The Johnny Reb Gaming Company, )
  • Kepi and Musket (Peter Morffew, )
  • Mr. Lincoln's War ([Stephen Phenow, Terry Gore (game designers)], [Quantum Printing],)
  • Mr. Lincoln's War: Army of the Potomac and Mr. Lincoln's War: Army of the Tennessee (3W (World Wide Wargames), )
  • On To Richmond (The Courier Publishing Co. Inc., )
  • Rally Round the Flag (Battleline, )
  • Rally Once More! V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Some Wore Blue and Some Wore Gray (Raymond (Ray) James Jackson, )
  • The American Civil War, 2nd Edition (T.J. Halsall, Newbury Rules, )
  • The American Civil War (A to Z Rules, )
  • Whipping Bobby Lee (Ragnar Brothers, )
  • Hex Command Gunpowder (Terry Cabak, )

Colonial[edit]

  • A Good Dusting
  • Age of Empires
  • Blood and Sand
  • Colonial Adventures by Two Hour Wargames
  • Little Wars By H. G. Wells (Victorian Colonial Wars) (H. G. Wells, ; DBA Skirmisher Publishing, )
  • Savage Wars of Peace (Victorian Colonial) (Mark Hayes, Tim Goodlett, Poor Beggars in Red Games, )
  • Science versus Pluck, or "Too Much for the Mahdi"
  • Soldiers of the Queen (Tabletop Games)
  • Sons of the Desert (French Foreign Legion in North Africa) (Old Glory, unknown)
  • The Sword and the Flame
  • The New Zealand Wars (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Muskets & Tomahawks (Skirmishes in North America during the 18th century) (Alexandre Buchel, Studio Tomahawk, )[5]
  • The Men Who Would be Kings (Osprey Publishing)

Industrial[edit]

  • Bugles, Boots and Saddles (Sergeants 3, )
  • Chassepot & Needlegun (Franco-Prussian War) (Frontier Miniatures, )
  • Grande Bataille, Grande Victoire (European Land Warfare from by JW Brown) (Absinthe Press, )
  • Gutshot (American Old West) (Mike Mitchell, Mike Murphy & Paul Mauer, Hawgleg Publishing, )
  • Hey You in the Jail! (American Old West) (Peter Pig, unknown)
  • Ikonki - Russo-Japanese Land Wars (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Imperial Splendour V 6 (Computer Moderated Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • In Her Majesty's Name (Osprey Publishing, )
  • Legends of the Old West (Warhammer Historical Games Ltd, )
  • Once Upon a Time in the West: Rules for Gunfight Wargames (Ian S. Beck and John D. Spencer, )
  • Pony Wars, or 'B' Troop Ain't Coming Back (Indian Wars) (Ian S. Beck, Tabletop Games, )
  • Red Actions (Russian Civil War) (The Perfect Captain, unknown)
  • Santa Anna Rules! (Mexican and Texas Wars of Independence, Mexican–American War) (Buck Surdu and Pete Panzeri, )
  • Sebastopol, Sadowa, and Sedan (19th Century Warfare) (T.J. Halsall, J.G. Kew, and A.M. Roth, Newbury Rules, )
  • Six-Gun Sound: Blaze of Glory (American Old West) (Two-Hour Wargames, )
  • The Genuine and Original Old West Skirmish Rules, , 3rd Edition (Steve Curtis, Mike Blake, and Ian Colwill, Lou Zocchi, )
  • Tombstones n' Tumbleweeds (American Old West) (Game Werks, )
  • Warpaint (Indian Wars) (Emperor's Press/Old Glory Miniatures, )
  • Western Gunfight Wargame Rules (American Old West) (Curtis Brothers, )
  • Yellow Ribbon (Indian Wars, ) (Greg Novak, Mike Gilbert illustrations) (Ulster Imports, )
  • The Great Powers - Post-Napoleonic Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • They Died For Glory (Franco-Prussian War) (Quantum Printing Company, )

World War I[edit]

  • Age of Dreadnoughts (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • Air War (David Manley, )
  • Aces at Dawn (Majestic Twelve Games, )[1]
  • Algernon Pulls it Off (Too Fat Lardies, )[1]
  • Blue Max (board game) Phil Hall
  • Canvas Eagles (Eric Hotz, unknown)
  • Challenge & Reply! WW1 Naval (Agema.org.uk, )
  • Contemptible Little Armies (HLBS Publishing, )
  • Cordite and Steel (TSR, Inc., )
  • Desert Column V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Dogfight Over Flanders, WWI Aerial Combat Rules (Mike Thomas and Kev Smith, Tabletop Games, )
  • Dogfight! (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Fear God & Dread Naught (Clash of Arms Games, )
  • Fleet Action Imminent (Old Dominion GamesWorks, )
  • Grand Fleets (Majestic Twelve Games, )
  • Great War (Terry Sirk and Fred Haub, )
  • If the Lord Spares Us (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • Mein Panzer WW1 Data Book (ODGW LLC, unknown)
  • October Revolt (Russian Civil War) (B & B Miniatures, )
  • Over the Top (Greg Novak) (Command Decision series) (Game Designers' Workshop, )
  • Price of Glory (Iron Ivan Games, )
  • Square Bashing – (Peter Pig, )
  • Tanks & Yanks WWI Late War to (Philip Viverito/LMW Works LLC [5])[1]
  • The Last Crusade (Great War in Palestine, Mesopotamia, Africa) (Tim Goodlett, Mark Hayes, Poor Beggars in Red Games, )
  • Trench (Tabletop Games, )
  • Trench Storm (The Tin Dictator/Ivan Sorensen, )
  • Trench Wars (Old Glory, )
  • Triumph and Tragedy (Tischrabauken Productions - Björn Reichel [6]/ )
  • Triumph of the Will (Russian Civil War, Spanish Civil War) (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • World War 1 Wargames Rules (Skytrex, unknown)
  • Westfront (Ostfront Publishing, )

World War II[edit]

  • COMBAT (Baueda Wargames, )
  • , 3rd Edition (Arnold Hendrick, Dick Bryant, Peter Lowry) (New England Wargamers Association, )
  • Action Stations (David Manley, )
  • Air War (David Manley, )
  • Ambush Blitz! ()
  • Angriff! (Z&M Publishing Enterprises, )[6][7]
  • Arc of Fire (TAC Publications, )
  • Art of Tactic (Zvezda LLC, )[8]
  • Armour & Infantry - (War Games Research Group, )
  • Assault Gun (David Kershaw, )
  • Axis & Allies Miniatures (Wizards of the Coast, )
  • Axis & Allies Naval Miniatures: War at Sea (Wizards of the Coast, )
  • ADMIRAL (LuxLu, )
  • Bag the Hun (Too Fat Lardies, )[1]
  • Battlefield Evolution: World At War (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • Battlefront WWII (Fire and Fury Games, )
  • Battlegroup (Kursk, Overlord, Fall of the Reich, Blitzkrieg and Barbarossa) (Iron Fist Publishing, , Written by Warwick Kinrade)
  • Blitzkrieg (Onyx Editions, )
  • BlitzkriegCommander (Specialist Military Publishing, )
  • "Bullet" (Richard Bailey, Tiny Wargames )
  • Bolt Action (Rick Priestley & Alessio Cavatore, Warlord Games, )
  • Chain of Command (Richard Clarke, TooFatLardies, )
  • Combined Arms (Ian Shaw, Tabletop Games, )
  • Command Decision (Game Designers' Workshop, ) followed by version 2 and 3 (Emperor's Press ) and Command Decision: Test of Battle (Test of Battle Games )
  • Command at Sea Vols I-VII (Clash of Arms Games, )
  • Crossfire (Quantum Printing, )
  • Disposable Heroes & Coffin for Seven Brothers (Iron Ivan Games, )
  • Easy Eight's Battleground WWII (Easy Eight Enterprises)
  • eRules World War II (WargameSystems, )
  • The Face of Battle (Meramic Enterprises, )
  • Fast Micro-Armour Rules for World War II (Reginald D. Steiner, )
  • Fast Rules (Armored Operations Society, )
  • Final Combat (Britton Publishers, )
  • Final Round (n/a, )
  • Firefly (Table Top Games, )
  • Flames of War (Battlefront Ltd, )
  • The Fletcher Pratt Naval Wargame (Fletcher Pratt, )
  • G.I. Commander (Enola Games/Navwar, )
  • General Quarters (World War Two Naval Warfare, 1/ scale) (L.L. Gill, CinC Soft Metal Castings, )
  • General Quarters 2 (20th Century Naval Warfare, 1/) (L.L. Gill, CinC Soft Metal Castings, )
  • General Quarters (Old Dominion GameWorks, unknown)
  • Great Battles of World War II (Bruce McFarlane, The Canadian Wargames Group, )
  • Grey Storm, Red Steel (Firebase Games, )
  • Guts 'N Glory (GTB, )
  • Hour of Glory (Warm Acre, )
  • I Ain't Been Shot Mum! (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • Iron Tigers V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Jagdpanzer (World War Two armor combat) (Kevin Cabai, )
  • Jagdpanzer, 2nd Edition (World War Two armor combat) (Kevin Cabai, )
  • Kampfgruppe (Historical Alternatives, )[9]
  • Lacquered Coffins (WWII Air Combat) (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Korps Commander - The Road to Berlin (TableTop Games, )[10]
  • Lightning War - Red Storm v3 (Andrew Stevenson, )[11]
  • Look Sarge No Charts (LMW Works, )
  • Mein Panzer (Old Dominion GameWorks, )
  • Mein Panzer Core Rules (Old Dominion GameWorks, )
  • Micro Armour: The Game - WWII (GHQ, )
  • Micro Tactics: Brightly Illustrated, Simplified rules for Scale Armor (Seth Koukol, )
  • Naval Action: A Simple Combat Resolution System for Model Fleets of the Era (Louis R. Coatney, )
  • Nuts! (Two Hour Wargames, )
  • Operation Warboard (World War II, mm) (Gavin Lyall, Adam and Charles Black, London, )
  • Ostfront (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Panzer Marsch! (North Hull Wargames Club, )
  • Panzer Miniatures (StrikeNet Games, )
  • PanzerTruppe (LMW Works, )
  • Panzer Warfare (TSR, Inc., )
  • Patrol: WWII (Skirmish, WWII) (Damond Crump, )
  • Poor Bloody Infantry (PBI) and Poor Bloody Infantry 2 (Peter Pig, , )
  • Rapid Fire! (Stratagem Publications Ltd, )
  • Rules of Engagement (Great Escape Games, )
  • Salvo! WW2 Naval (Agema.org.uk, )
  • Schwere Kompanie (RitterKrieg, )
  • Spearhead (Quantum Printing, )[12]
  • Spitting Fire (Majestic Twelve Games, )
  • Sturmovik Commander (Marcin Gerkowicz, )
  • Tactical Commander; Rules for World War II Skirmish Wargames (Andrew Rathmell, Tabletop Games, )
  • The Wargame Battletracker (Hobby Pursuit LLC, )
  • Tide of Iron (Fantasy Flight Games, ; Re-print 1A Games,[13])
  • Tigers and Stalins—Micro Armor Tank Rules (Mind Games, unknown)
  • Tractics (Guidon Games, )
  • Troops, Weapons & Tactics (Too Fat Lardies, )
  • T (Strategy & Tactics Magazine, )[14]
  • Victory at Sea (Nassau Naval & Military Historical Society, )
  • Victory at Sea (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • War Games Rules Armour & Infantry , (Wargames Research Group, June )
  • World War II Infantry Action (Midth Century Section/Platoon combat) (Mike Klaka, Trevor Halsall, Newbury Rules, )
  • Hex Command Mechanized (Terry Cabak, )

Modern[edit]

  • Armis Armis Board Game[15]
  • Force on Force (Ambush Alley Games, )
  • A Fistful of TOWs (A Fistful of Games, )[1]
  • AK47 Republic (Peter Pig, )
  • Ambush Alley! (Ambush Alley Games, )
  • Armour & Infantry - (War Games Research Group, )
  • Battlegroup (Ian Clarke, )
  • Bulldogs Away (David Manley, )
  • Charlie Company (Ulster Imports, )
  • Combined Arms (Command Decision series) (Game Designers' Workshop, )
  • Command Decision (2nd edition, Game Designers' Workshop, )
  • Conflict (Tactical Command Games, )
  • Cold War Commander (Specialist Military Publishing, )
  • Cornered Wolf (Chechen Wars) (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Corps Commander - Operational Manoeuvre Group (Bruce Rea Taylor, )
  • Desert Whirlwind V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Dogs of War (modern skirmish) (JC McDaniel, Devil Dog Design, )
  • Flashpoint Vietnam (Flashpoint Miniatures, )
  • Fox Two (David Manley, )
  • Harpoon (Clash of Arms Games)
  • Hind & Seek (Soviet-Afghan War) (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Land and Airborne Assault (Peter Morffew, updated May )[16]
  • Lethal Skies (Talion Games )
  • Megablitz (Multi-period 20th century) (Tim Gow, unknown)
  • MekongVietnam (Vietnam War) (Martin Fenelon) (GHQ, )
  • The Men of Company B (Vietnam) (Peter Pig, unknown)
  • Micro Armour: The Game - Modern (–present days) (GHQ, )
  • Missile Threat (Air Combat - ) (Ostfront Publishing, )
  • Modern Ops (Great White Games, )
  • Modern Spearhead (Quantum Printing, )[17][18][19]
  • Operation Nam (A Squad to Platoon Level Wargame for Miniatures by JW Brown) (Absinthe Press, )
  • Phoenix Command (Leading Edge Games, )
  • Sand, Oil, and Blood, Armored Combat in the s (Martin Fenelon, Kevin Cabai) (Sutton Hoo Games )
  • SeaTac (Modern naval surface/air/submarine rules) (William Likens, Q-Games, )
  • Shipwreck (Vandering Publications, )
  • Special Forces (M.O.D. Games, )
  • Spectre Operations (Spectre Miniatures, )
  • TacForce (Game Designers' Workshop)
  • Team Yankee (Cold War ) (Battlefront Miniatures Ltd, )
  • Tractics (WW2 and Modern) (Mike Reese, Leon Tucker, Gary Gygax, Guidon Games, )
  • Wargames Research Group Armour and Infantry

Other Historical/Alternate History[edit]

  • Adventures (Pulp Era) (Rattrap Productions, )[1]
  • All Things Zombie (Zombies) (Two Hour Wargames, )
  • Ambush Z! (Zombies) (Ambush Alley Games, )
  • Apocalypse: Earth Open source rules under development by JM Games
  • Battlelust (Columbia Games, )
  • Chinese Takeout (Atkins Wargames) Kung Fu and Magic
  • Crimson Skies (s Pulp Aerial Combat) (FASA, )
  • Carnevale - The Miniatures Game (Venetian alternate horror) (TTCombat, )
  • Cthulhu: Xothic Wars (Cthulhu Mythos Monster Combat) (Gobbotown Games, )
  • Down Styphon! (Pike and Shot) (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )
  • Dystopian Legions (Victorian steampunk) Spertan games,
  • Dystopian Wars (Victorian steampunk) Spartan games,
  • Dust Warfare (WW2, alternate timeline, mecha, pulp) Fantasy Flight Games,
  • G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. (Victorian Science Fiction) (Surdu, Palmer and Beattie, )
  • Gear Krieg (WW2 mecha combat) (Dream Pod 9, )
  • Hard Vacuum (WW2 spaceship combat) (Fat Messiah Games, )
  • Iron Stars (Edwardian spaceship combat) (Majestic Twelve Games, )
  • Ironclads & Ether Flyers (Victorian Science Fiction Naval combat) (Game Designers' Workshop , Heliograph, Inc. )
  • Occult Wars
  • Pulp City (s superheroes and action adventure) (Pulp Monsters, )
  • Secrets of the Third Reich (Alternative WW2) (West Wind Miniatures/Grindhouse Games, )
  • Soldier's Companion (Victorian Science Fiction) (Game Designers' Workshop , Heliograph, Inc. )
  • Zombie-A-Go-Go (Zombies co-operative players) (Monomer Games, )

Abstract/generic/multiple time periods[edit]

  • Brikwars (N/A, )[1]
  • Digital Empires (Ancients, Medieval, World War I, World War II, Science Fiction, Fantasy) (Crunchy Frog Enterprises, )
  • Fistful of Lead (Wiley Games, )
  • Full Command (Setting agnostic) (Serious Lemon, )
  • Gear Krieg (Mecha WW2) (Dream Pod 9, )
  • PUMMEL! ("Pick-Up, Multigenre Miniatures, Easy to Learn") (Polymancer Studios, Inc.)
  • Sharp Practice! (Multi-Period Black Powder) (TooFatLardies, )
  • Skirmish Wargaming (Donald Featherstone, )
  • ShockForce (Universal rules for miniatures) (Demonblade Games, unknown)
  • The Portable Wargame generic/multiple time periods (Bob Cordery ) Uses hex and square grid system. ISBN&#;
  • "Table Top Battles" generic/multiple time periods (Mike and Joyce Smith ) Uses a 2" (50mm) and 4" (mm) grid system. 2nd Edition ISBN&#; generic/multiple time periods (Mike and Joyce Smith )
  • "Wings at War" (Aerial, WWI-Falklands War) (Chris Sulley)

Science fiction[edit]

  • Generation War (avril )
  • (Two Hour Wargames, )[1]
  • Aeronautica Imperialis (Forge World, )
  • Aeronef (Wessex Games, unknown)
  • Ætherverse (Triskele Game Design Studios, )
  • Alien Squad Leader (15mm.co.uk, )
  • A Call to Arms: Babylon 5 Space Combat (Mongoose Publishing, )[1]
  • A Fistful of Sardaukar (A Fistful of Games, unknown)[20]
  • AT (Rackham, )
  • Attack Vector: Tactical (Ad Astra Games, )
  • Atomic Super Humans (Radioactive Press, )
  • Babylon 5 Wars (Agents of Gaming, )
  • Batman Miniature Game (Knight Models, )
  • Battlefield Evolution (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • Battlefleet Gothic (Games Workshop, )[1][21]
  • BEAMSTRIKE (Open source, Unknown)
  • CAV: Combat Assault Vehicle (Reaper Miniatures, )
  • Chain Reaction (Two Hour Wargames, )
  • Battletech (FASA, )
  • Combat Zone (EM4 Miniatures, )
  • Critter Commandos (Crunchy Frog Enterprises, )[20]
  • CyborGladiators (Firefly Games, )
  • Dark Age (Cool Mini Or Not, )[22]
  • Dark Potential (MiniWarGaming, )
  • DC Universe Miniature Game (Knight Models, )
  • Defiance (Majestic Twelve Games, )
  • Dirtside (Ground Zero Games, )
  • Dirtside II (Ground Zero Games, )[20]
  • Dropfleet Commander (Hawk Wargames, , TT Combat as of )
  • Dropzone Commander(Hawk Wargames, , TT Combat as of )
  • Epic, various editions known as Adeptus Titanicus/Space Marine (/89), Warhammer Epic 40, () and Epic Armageddon, (Games Workshop, onwards)[20]
  • Fast And Dirty (Ivan Sorensen, )
  • Firestorm: Armada (Spartan Games, )
  • Flashpoint! (Virtual Fusion Press, unknown)[20]
  • Full Thrust (Ground Zero Games, )[21]
  • Future War Commander (Specialist Military Publishing, )[20]
  • Galactic Control (Armchair Assassin, )
  • Galactic-Conflict in the Stars (Arbron Imagineering / Iron Wind Metals, )
  • Galactic Warfare (Skytrex, )
  • Gangs of Mega-City One (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • Gaslands (Osprey Publishing, )[23]
  • Giant Monster Rampage (Radioactive Press, )
  • Giants: The Action Figure Game of Colossal Combat (Ken Lewis, )
  • Gorkamorka (Games Workshop, )[20]
  • Gruntz 15mm SCI-FI (Rottenlead, )
  • Halo: Fleet Battles (Spartan Games, )
  • Halo OTT (The OTTgameteam, )
  • Heavy Gear (Dream Pod 9, )[24]
  • Holes (Tri Tac Systems, )[20]
  • Hostile Stars (Dark Realm Miniatures, )[25]
  • Infinity (Corvus Belli, )
  • Iron Cow ad (Wessex Games, , reprinted )
  • Jovian Chronicles (Dream Pod 9, )[21][24]
  • Jump Trooper (A Fistful of Games, unknown)
  • Kryomek (Fantasy Forge Ltd, )[20]
  • Laserburn (Bryan Ansell, Tabletop Games, )[20]
  • LaserGrenadiers (Godfox Enterprises, unknown)
  • Legions of Steel (Global Games Company, )[20]
  • Mars Ascendant - Sci-Fi V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • MechWarrior: Dark Age, MechWarrior: Age of Destruction (WizKids, , )
  • Mega Bots (Radioactive Press, )
  • MERCS (Mercs Minis, )
  • Mighty Monsters (Ganesha Games, , also published in Italian language as Megamostri )
  • Mindstalkers (ManorHouse Miniatures, )
  • Mobius (Ioan Davies-John, )
  • Monster Island: The Game of Giant Monster Combat (Firefly Games, )
  • Monster Mash (Radioactive Press, )
  • Mutants and Death Ray Guns (Ganesha Games, )
  • Necromunda (Games Workshop, )
  • Necromunda (Games Workshop, )[26]
  • New World Disorder (Precis Intermedia Gaming, )
  • Nuclear Renaissance (Ramshackle Studios, )
  • OGRE Miniatures (Steve Jackson Games, )[24]
  • Omega Warrior (Flagship Games, )[20]
  • Power Warriors (Radioactive Press, )
  • Princess Ryan's Space Marines (Simulations Tacticals (SIMTACS), )[20]
  • Railgun (A Fistful of Games, unknown)[20]
  • Renegade Legion (FASA, )
  • Rezolution (Aberrant Games, )
  • "Robotech: RPG Tactics" (Palladium Books/Ninja Division/Soda Pop Miniatures/Cipher Studios, June – present)
  • Saganami Island Tactical Simulator (Ad Astra Games, )
  • Samurai Robots Battle Royale (Ganesha Games, )
  • Seeds of War (Dark Realm Miniatures, )[25]
  • Sentai Heroes (Radioactive Press, )
  • Shockforce (Demonblade, )[20]
  • Slammer (Chris and Alex Nicole, unknown)[20]
  • Skirmish Tactics Apocalypse ()
  • Space Marines (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )
  • Space Fleet (Games Workshop, )
  • Spacerfarers(Games Workshop Ltd., )
  • Spinespur(Comfy Chair Games., )
  • Squadron Commander (Mariner Games, )
  • Squadron Strike (Ad Astra Games, 1st Ed. , 2nd Ed. )
  • $tar Corp$: Call to Battle! (Lance and Laser Models Inc., Crunchy Frog Enterprises, )[20]
  • Star Fleet Battles (Task Force Games, )
  • Star Wars Legion (Fantasy Flight Games, )
  • Star Wars Miniatures (Wizards of the Coast, )
  • Star Wars Miniatures Battles (West End Games, )[20]
  • Star Trek: Starship Tactical Combat Simulator (Fasa Corporation, )
  • Stargrunt II (Ground Zero Games, )[20]
  • Starguard! (McEwan Miniatures, )
  • Starmada (Majestic Twelve Games, )[21]
  • Starship Marine (Jim Wallman, )
  • Starship Troopers: The Miniatures Game (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • StarSoldier (Simulations Publications, Inc., )
  • Strike Team Alpha (Gamescience, )
  • Striker (Game Designers' Workshop, )
  • Striker II (Game Designers' Workshop, )
  • Stellar Fire (Tactical Command Games , )
  • Stellar Conflicts & Uprisings (Tactical Command Games , )
  • Strikeforce (Agema.org.uk, )
  • Survive: Mob Rool (The OTTgameteam, )
  • Swatters: Large Scale Bug Hunting Rules (Ganesha Games, )
  • Tactical Strike (Atlantis Games, )[20]
  • Total Extinction (Sentinel Games, )
  • Universal War (Black Skull Games )
  • Urban War (Urban Mammoth, )
  • Vehicular Homicide (Radioactive Press, )
  • Verge of War (IFG Gaming, )
  • VOID (i-Kore Miniatures, )[27]
  • VOR: The Maelstrom (FASA, )[20]
  • Warcosm (Precis Intermedia Gaming, )
  • WarEngine (Universal Rules for Sci-Fi miniatures and more.)
  • Warhammer 40, (Games Workshop, )
  • Warlands (Aberrant Games, )
  • Warzone (Target Games, )
  • Warpath (Mantic Games, )
  • Wrath of Kings (Cool Mini Or Not, )[28]

Fantasy[edit]

  • A Fistfull of Miniatures (North Shore Press, ; Precis Intermedia Gaming, )
  • Alkemy (Kraken Editions, ; Alchemist Miniatures, )[29]
  • Aminouch! (Camberley Area Wargames Society (CAWS), )
  • Anima: Tactics (Cipher Studios/Fantasy Flight Games, )[30]
  • Archworld (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )[31]
  • Armies of Arcana (Thanes Games, )[31]
  • Battle of Five Armies (Games Workshop, )
  • Battlelust (Columbia Games, )
  • Battlestorm (Ral Partha Publishing, )[31]
  • Bladestorm (Iron Crown Enterprises, )
  • Bellicose Fantasy Battles (Sanity Studios, )
  • Blood Bowl (Games Workshop, )[32]
  • Bushido (GCT Studios, )
  • Brushfire (On The Lamb Games, )
  • Celtos (Brigade Models, )
  • Citadel (Fantasy Games Unlimited, unknown)
  • Confrontation (Rackham, )[33]
  • Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures (Wizards of the Coast, )
  • Dwarf Wars (West Wind Productions, unknown)
  • Ex illis (Chinchilla Games, )
  • Fairy Meat (Kenzer & Company, )
  • Fantasy Warlord (Gary Chalk & Ian Bailey, Folio Works, )[31]
  • Fantasy Rules! 2nd Ed (Chipco)
  • Fantasy Warriors (Grenadier Miniatures UK, )[31]
  • Fear and Faith Horror Miniatures Rules (Ganesha Games, )
  • For the Masses (Majestic Twelve Games, )
  • Freebooter's Fate (Freebooter Miniatures, unknown)
  • Godslayer (Megalith Games, )[34]
  • Golem Arcana (Harebrained Schemes, )
  • HAVOC: Tactical Miniature Warfare (Brent Spivey, Voodoo Ink Publishing, )
  • Hell Dorado (Asmodée Editions, Re-release by Cipher Studios, )[30]
  • HeroClix (Superhero) (WizKids, )
  • Heroscape (Hasbro/Wizards of the Coast, )
  • HORDES (Privateer Press, )
  • Kings of War (Mantic Games)
  • Knights and Magick (Heritage, )
  • Hordes of the Things (Wargames Research Group, )[31]
  • Legions of the Petal Throne (TSR )[35]ASIN&#;BANZ3XK
  • Legions Unleashed (Tactical Command Games, , )
  • Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game (Games Workshop, )
  • Mage Knight (WizKids, )
  • Malifaux (Wyrd Miniatures, LLC, )[36]
  • Man O' War (Games Workshop, )[37]
  • Mazes & Miniatures (Daring Dwarf Games, )
  • Middle Earth Wargame Rules (Decalset, )
  • Mighty Armies (Mongoose Publishing, )
  • Mordheim (Games Workshop, )
  • Occult Wars (Stealthy Spider Publishing, )
  • Realm - Fantasy Warfare (Serious Lemon, )
  • Ring of Rule (Zvezda, )
  • Rippers: The Horror Wars (Pinnacle, )
  • Royal Armies of the Hyborian Age (Fantasy Games Unlimited, )
  • RUMBLESLAM - A game of Fantasy Wrestling (Fantasy Wrestling) (TTCombat, )
  • Runewars Miniatures Game (Fantasy Flight Games, )
  • Shieldbreaker (HoDstuff/Carnalithic Press, )
  • Skull Cleaver - Fantasy V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, )
  • Song of Blades and Heroes (Ganesha Games, )
  • Supersystem (West Wind Productions, )
  • The Age of Might and Steel (Alternative Armies, )[38]
  • The Ninth Age: Fantasy Battles (The Ninth Age, )[39]
  • Third Kingdom Skirmish Game (Wargame involving animals) (Whimsical Entertainment, unknown)
  • Vis Magica (Ordered Flexibility, )
  • Waken The Storm (The (Virtual) Armchair General, )
  • Warband (Steve Hardy/Pendraken Miniatures, )
  • Wargods of Ægyptus (Crocodile Games, )
  • Wargods of Olympus (Crocodile Games, )
  • Warhammer Fantasy Battle (Games Workshop, )[1][31]
  • Warhammer Age of Sigmar (Games Workshop, )
  • Warheads: Medieval Tales (Urban Mammoth, )
  • Warlord (Gamer's Guild, )
  • Warlord (Reaper Miniatures, )
  • WARMACHINE (Privateer Press, )[1]
  • Warmaster (Rick Priestley, Games Workshop, )[1]
  • Whack & Slaughter (CatZeyeS Entertainment, )

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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