Cold War Naval Battles is a free print-and-play version of the classic Modern Naval Battles card game. We played the heck out of MNB back in the day.
Tactical Game X is a modern take on the classic Panzer Leader / Panzer Blitz games, which now are pushing fifty years old. They’re still great, though, and if you love them, you might want to take a look at Tactical Game X.
From the Perfect Captain comes Spanish Fury: Siege, a board game about besieging a 16th century town or fort.
Maeshowe is a solo print and play game about tomb robbers in AD1150. From the game’s description:
According to the Orkneyinga Saga, Earl Rognvald Kali Kolsson broke into the chambered tomb of Maeshowe, on Orkney, in AD1150. In AD1153, Earl Harald Maddadson and a group of his men sheltered there during a snowstom. The sagas tell us that Rognvald found treasure there and that two of Harald’s men went mad. When the Victorians opened the tomb in 1861, they found Runic graffiti demonstrating that both of these episodes were based on real tomb-breaks. This game combines the two events from the 1150’s and casts you as Harald and Rognvald.
Th game uses standard playing cards (or you can print specialized cards) a board and a few tokens.
The Present Winter is a print and play game about the Battle of Trenton. From the rules:
The Present Winter is a game about Washington’s Crossing and the Battle of Trenton that took place on December 25th and 26th of 1776 during the American War of Independence. The goal for Washington’s Continental Army is to cross the Delaware River and seize control of Trenton from the Hessians. The goal of the Hessian Mercenaries is to, with the help of the Elements, stymie the Continentals in their crossing of the river and to prevent the capture of Trenton.