Battleflag American Civil War Solo Card Game

Battleflag is a solo American Civil War themed card game with anime-style illustrations. Interesting. The author writes:

Welcome to the BattleFlag TCG site. It could have been set with any theme, but i settled on the American civil war as I had been playing around with some Anime drawing in that era. The game although quite simple went through quite a number of mechanics before it felt right.

The idea is you have this deck of cards which you draw a hand of both good and bad cards,until you have four cards. You choose (within the rules) how many you play per turn. But end a turn with four cards and you lose. There are two ways to win, play and link to the three objective cards or link to the enemy general. There are also two ways to lose, finish the deck or have four cards in your hand at the end of a turn. Pretty straight forward, right.

As the game plays you have to choose when you play the enemy cards, unless your about to end a turn with four cards due to a rough draw or have been saving the hurt up. These can quickly eat away or cut off the ground made toward the enemy general. So you choose how you lose =). The game is alittle more forgiving than alot of other solo games out there, so make the right choices and your in with a chance.

Mostly I made this game for me, as there was nothing else out there which had everything i was after. Quick, easy to set up, replayability, no dice, or number counting, and simple. Anyways I hope you like it.

Access Denied Computer Hacking Card Game

Access Denied is a free print-and-play card game

for 3 to 6 players. Each player controls and defends one sector of the internet while attempting to gain access to other sectors. You don’t need a computer to play Access Denied!

There are 63 cards, each with an action and a code. You can play a card for its action or use its code to try to hack into a sector. Each sector has 3 access levels: User, Oper, and Root. As you gain more and higher access levels, you can draw and hold more cards and take more actions. The first player to attain Root access to 3 different sectors wins the game.

Ringmaster Lord of the Rings Board and Card Game

Ringmaster is a free Lord of the Rings board and card game. The author writes that his intent was to create a LOTR game similar to Risk, with playing mechanisms like Diplomacy.

Battle Leader Tactics Card Game

Battle Leader Tactics is a free card game with a unique premise. From the introduction:

BLT is a component and introductory game for the Battles Leaders Tactics & Technology (BLTT) master game. BLTT is an abstract wargame that depicts some of the greatest military leaders (e.g., Alexander, Napoleon, Caesar, etc.) commanding historical units in some of the world most decisive battles (e.g., Megiddo, Zama, Hastings, Waterloo, etc.) using proven tactics of history. BLT serves as a basic game introducing players to the interaction between army units, leaders and tactics. BLT allows players to command standard troops (e.g, infantry, cavalry, artillery and guard) and special military units (e.g., 300 Spartans, Panzer Army Afrika, etc.) with historic military leaders using real tactics and fog of war–all without any dice. The primary resolution engine for the game is housed in the Tactics Results Chart (TRC), which compares tactics selected by the players and determines losses, if any, of army units.