Scott Mingus offers a Johnny Reb variant for playing the American War of Independence.
Sgt. Perry’s Heroes offers a variant of the Legends of the Old West rules for miniature wargames set in the era of the Three Musketeers.
King George’s Northwest Passage is a set of free wargames rules for skirmishes in the horse and musket period of 1680 – 1815. There are rules for special characters such as Hawkeye, Sharp and Blackbeard.
To Glory We Steer is a well-done set of rules for the age of fighting sail:
From the period where the mighty multi-oared Galleys had almost faded from memory other than a coastal raider, to the days where black funnelled Ships of the line belched out sparks and smoke, there existed two hundred years of an Age of Sail. …
This set of rules takes from many contemporary accounts of battle, to gain a whiff of the sea air in themechanics, Hopefully threading through it enough realism without baffling a Landsman who knows little of the Age of Sail.
As you give your crew orders to “Man the Halyards” or unleash a perfectly timed broadside, I hope that some of this may come across and that those who know their foretops from their gaff sails might gain some pleasure from commanding. This said, many compromises have been made in the way of a playable game that is challenging and involving for players.
You are not pushing a model and rolling dice. You are a Master and Commander in the Heat of Battle!
Les Trois Mosquetaires is a set of free wargames rules for skirmishes in the world of Alexandre Dumas’ Three Musketeers