Labyrintus is a set of dungeon crawl rules designed for play on a 7×7 grid.
For fans of the wildly imaginative Miyazaki animated films, here’s a paper model of Howl’s Moving Castle. It might have some use in a fantasy or steampunk game; otherwise, it just looks like it would be fun to build.
Kriegspiel is the name given by a French designer to his game looks like sort a sort of a cross between Chess and an Avalon Hill style wargame. It was mass produced in 1987, and now is out in a computerized version. There’s no AI, though, so you’ll have to find an opponent. It looks interesting. There are both Mac and Windows versions.
The Warfare East site has a jpg image of Teutonic Knight banners to download, print and cut out.
Back when MWAN was still being published, it was my favorite wargaming magazine — in no small part because of the variety of interesting characters who wrote for the magazine. One of those was Friar Aelred Glidden, who is perhaps the world’s only wargaming monk. Glidden’s game rules were always simple, but interesting, and I very much miss reading his works.
Quick Napoleonics is a set of free wargames rules inspired by Friar Glidden.