The Small Cuts website has an article on the percentage to hit chances in Arty Conliffe’s Crossfire. Crossfire, as you may know, is one of the more innovative rules sets to come along. It uses no rulers, and has no real turn sequence.
Crossfire is one of the more innovative — and more enjoyable miniatures games I’ve played. But everyone who plays it seems to have their own house rules. Tim Marshall has a set of house rules that have to be the most comprehensive I’ve seen.
A Spanish Crossfire is a set of modifications for playing Crossfire game set in the Spanish Civil War, and in the Rif War.
Contre Les Viets is a Vietnam variant of Arty Contliffe’s Crossfire. You need the original rules to play.
Peter Pig’s AK 47 Republic rules are a lot of fun as a campaign game. Set in the turbulent near once and future Africa, there are rules for designing an army, political maneuvering, morale, adn more. Its your chance to run your own little despotic African nation.
But I’ve always thought that the combat rules were a little lacking. Or maybe its just better tos ay that they just aren’t to my style.
Apparently I’m not the only one who had this thought. Steven Thomas has written a set of guidelines for converting AK47 Republic forces to the Crossfire rules by Arty Conliffe.