Rules and Vouchers

  • 5 Gift Voucher

    5 Gift Voucher

    £5.00


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    And In The Beginning – WW2 Rules

    £5.00

    These are the first set of rules that we wrote back in the early 90’s.

    They are set at a skirmish level – ideal for an infantry platoon, a tank, or two and a  heavy weapon or two.

    We had some terrific games with these – and still do. They are designed to have fun without being too complex, even though the tank rules were written by an ex-tankie and the infantry rules by an ex-infanteer….

    Have fun!


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    East of Suez Rules

    £6.00

    This is the second ruleset we wrote.  Enlarged upon the ideas set in AITB, but with a little bit more complexity.

    Designed for Post War to circa 1980. they were primarily written to cover Britains’ retreat from Empire and the various Middle East Wars.

    Again, intended for skirmish level actions, a platoon of infantry and a tank troop plus supports will give a goo game over an hour or two.

    Special thanks were due to the Tank Museum at Bovington for access to their archives for penetration values and armour slopes and thicknesses.

    An acetate sheet will be needed for the artillery spyder.


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    FEBA+ Rules

    £7.50

    These are the most complex of our rulesets – although the complexity is up to you.

    The basic rules are almost repeats for EoS, set for skirmish level, though the weaponry can be a lot more exotic.

    The upgrade set (hence the ‘+’ after FEBA) are set for Company or, for multi-player and a day, battalion level games.  They are easy to use, fast and fun and as close to realistic as we can get in a wargame.

    The complexity comes more from the weaponry of the modern era – tandem warheads, composite armours and add-on armour blocks.  At higher command levels, these tend to fade away and a vehicle is either dead, or not.

    The rules were extensively play-tested by the-then members of the Army Wargames Association, many of whom were veterans of Northern Ireland and First Gulf war, so, it should be pretty accurate!

    Again, special thanks to Bovington Tank Museum, a nameless former US Army Ranger and too many Squaddies to name.

    Have fun!


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    Freeplay 88

    £9.99

    Freeplay 88 is a scenario book for Shipwreck.  It is based upon a NATO Freeplay exercises.  The intention is to reinforce NATO’s northern Flank.  The Soviets have other ideas!
     
    It is our intention that, having completed our Falkland range, we will be building the ships needed for Freeplay 88 – or that is the plan!
    Ship data and errata can be downloaded from the author’s website at: http://www.vandering.co.uk/index.html
     
    Please note this is an old website that does not function well with current browsers such as Firefox. It is best accessed via Internet Explorer


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    Shipwreck

    £10.99

    Shipwreck is a set of rules for modern Naval Wargames.The aim is to make the genre interesting, exciting and not too complex!
    Features include:

    • 50 page rulebook with a laminated cover and a handy Easy Ready Reference sheet
    • Exclusive use of D10 – no more scrabbling for different kinds of dice
    • More than 70 pictures and illustrations, including 23 full colour plates
    • Ships, aircraft and submarines all covered
    • Comprehensive lists of Submarine, Aircraft and Weapons data, plus an ever growing list of ship statistics maintained on the Internet
    • Fully explanatory introductory scenario
    • A modelling guide to help bring your battles to life

    Ship data and errata can be downloaded from the author’s website at: http://www.vandering.co.uk/index.html

    Please note this is an old website that does not function well with current browsers such as Firefox. It is best accessed via Internet Explorer