Searchers of the Unknown Minimalist RPG Rules

Searchers of the Unknown is a set of free role playing rules. These are one-page, minimalist rules, each of which is designed as a stand-alone product. The collection includes: Searchers of the UnkownDwarven Glory (and supplement), Karry on Krawling, Witches of N'kai, Adventurers!, Cyborg Samurai Are Go!, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Funkin Fists of Fu, Jung Guns, Raiders of the Unknown, The Bastards, Brickmasters of the Unknown, Mutant Got Gunz, Mutant Scavengers of the Ruined Earth (and supplement), Tempora Mutantur (and supplements), Searchers in Spaaaace!!!, Scavengers & Spacewrecks, Swashbucklers of Mars (and a supplement), and Song of the Symbi.

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Warhammer Napoleonics

Warhammer Napoleonics is a set of stat lines and rules amendments for fighting battles of the Napoleonic Wars using the popular Warhammer rules.

La Petite Guerre Skirmish Rules

La Petite Guerre is a set of free wargames rules for the 18th Century.

This game represents an easy yet historically realistic method for simulating 18th century skirmishes.Consequently, all figures should be mounted individually. I use 1x1 inch stands for 25 mm figures. A number of markers are necessary to play La Petite Guerre (I use plastic beads, although cardboard chits would work just as well). You will need markers to distinguish light wounds (blue), severe wounds (black), panicked (yellow), misfires (cotton puff), pinned (purple) and prone (green) as well as markers or a deck of cards to determine the active player. The game tables are the heart of this game. Buck and Ball is for shooting; War Club and Musket Butt is for melee. Morale and Movement charts also are included. This page contains definitions and brief explanations of how to play the game. If in doubt, use common sense.

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Retro Tactical WWII Squad Leader Variant Rules

Retro Tactical is a set of free rules for use with the components of Squad Leader, Advanced Squad leader and other, similar board games.

The CIA’s Collectible Card Game

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filings have uncovered a collectible card game used by the Central Intelligence Agency to train agents.

Seriously.