Liberated Hordes – South American Wars of Liberation Rules

Liberated Hordes is a set of free wargames rules for the South American Wars of Liberation. They rules are an amendment to the Hordes of the Things rules (HOTT).

Rifle and Kepi 19th Century Rules

Martin Rapier offers Rifle and Kepi, a set of free wargames rules for large scale battles of the 19th Century.

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Voice Of The Guns

Voice of the Guns is a set of free wargames rules for European land warfare from the 1850s to the Great War.

The author writes:

Voice of the Guns is a wargames system for European Land Warfare for the period from 1850, when the muzzle-loading rifle became widely adopted, to 1916, when the tank made its appearance on the European battlefield. In that time the cavalry lost its pre-eminence on the battlefield, the artillery developed the art of indirect fire thanks to the introduction of the recoil mechanism, and the machine-gun evolved into a weapon to fear.

The period runs from the Crimean War, up through the wars of Italian Unification, the Austro-Prussian and Franco Prussian Wars, the Russo-Turkish War and on to the early days of the First World War. The system may also be successfully used to refight the American Civil War and the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 The system is intended for large-scale actions up to corps and army level. The basic manoeuvre units are the infantry battalion, the cavalry squadron and the artillery
battery. With the possible exception of independent machine-gun companies, further subdivision of forces is not considered.
The system may be used for any scale of figures from 5-6 mm through 10-12 mm and 15 mm up to 25-28 mm and is not dependent upon specific numbers of figures per unit.

Fusilier Flintlock Era Rules

Fusilier is a set of free wargames rules for the the flintlock era.

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The Flintlock Era
Fusilier is a wargames system designed for the period 1700 to 1815.

The system is designed to be used with any scale of figures. There is no formal figure scale, the unit sizes being dictated by the base sizes, which in turn are based on the frontages of the prototype units. An infantry battalion might be, for example, ten 25mm figures, twenty 15mm figures or fifty 5 mm figures. The ground scale is 1 mm = 1 metre

Battlefleet 1900 Pre-Dreadnought Naval Warfare: 1890-1905

The War Times Journal has a set of free Pre-Dreadnought Naval Warfare rules, designed for 1/3000 scale miniatures.

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