Pondemonium Board Game

Pondemonium is a free board game of conflict between frogs and  turtles.

Hidden Empires — Ant Colony Game

Hidden Empires has got a pretty unique theme:

Hidden Empires II is a game for 2 to 6 players where each player assumes the role of an ant colony. You will guide your colony as it attempts to grow and thrive in a hostile environment while competing for resources with neighboring colonies. Your colony will employ unique survival strategies based on those of real world ant species. To win the game, you must give your species the best chance of survival by producing more reproductive ants than your opponents.

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Bugged Galactic Conquest Game

Jeremy Claridge offers "Bugged" a free board game of galactic conquest. The author writes:

Welcome to Bugged! The hex based wargame of the extraterrestrial kind.

Bugged! Will let you engage in the conflict for territory that has plagued humankind ever since it took to the stars.

In Bugged! You can play one of the four main races that inhabit the galaxy in an attempt to wipe out any opposition. You could be anything from the mutant bugs with their limited intelligence but powerful weapons to the more resourceful but heavily outnumbered human marines.

So lets get you started on the road to Galactic Conquest…………………………….

To play Bugged! You will need some figures to represent your units, a hex marked playing surface and a dozen or so six sided dice.

MegaMan Battle Network Board Game

The Megaman Battle Network Board Game is a free print-and-play game based on the storied MegaMan franchise.

Japanese Invasion of Malaya Postcard Game

Geoff Bohrer offers a postcard game -- an entire Avalon Hill style game on a postcard -- of the Japanese invasion of Malaya:

The Japanese invasion of Malaya was one of the most perfectly executed military plans in history. Can you, as the British commander, slow the Japanese advance sufficiently to disrupt the timetable for the capture of the East Indies? Or will the Japanese succeed in capturing Singapore in time to establish the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere?

This 5x8 inch postcard game includes 18 counters, complete rules which include the asymmetrical abilities of the Japanese and UK forces,and a 5x5 1/2 inch board.

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