Back in the day, I owned a couple of Heritage’s Dwarfstar Games. They were a lot of fun. Now, several of them are available for a free download at this website.
Outpost Gamma was one of Dwarfstar Games’ old micro games. It simulates man-to-man combat in a science fiction setting.
Grav Armor is the classic Dwarfstar game of future armored warfare. From the site:
GRAV ARMOR is a fast-moving game of future armored warfare for 2 players. It realistically simulates the high-speed, high casualty combat between streaking gravitic vehicles, surface-effects craft, supersonic fighters, orbital dropships and power-suited infantry. The modular map sections allow scenarios to be played on radically different types of planets (earthlike, molten, frozen or airless).
Dragon Rage is a free print-and-play version of the old Dwarfstar game. From the website:
DRAGON RAGE is a game of mythical creatures attacking a walled medieval city. The game-board is a full color aerial view of the city and surrounding territory, and the counters include knights, infantry, heroes, wizards, dragons, ores, trolls, great birds, giants, and other mythical creatures and beasts. The game rules include six scenarios, and a table for creating your own games with different combinations of monsters and city defense forces.
Another Dwarf Star classic, Star Viking is now available as a print-and-play game.
STAR VIKING is a game of interstellar raiding and plunder for two players. Using a unique system of 12 mapboard tiles to represent the various star systems in the Outrim sector, it captures the tense uncertainty and the sudden, flashing battles of an interstellar war. Units represented include Viking cruisers, sloops, and fighters. Federate and local frigates, battle-cruisers, and patrol boats, as well as raiding detachments, security forces, grav-armor units, specialized warfare pods, and conventional low-tech armed forces ranging from atmospheric aircraft to stone-age hordes.