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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Fortune and Folly Print-And-Play Boardgame

Fortune and Folly is a print-and-play board game about trading and piracy. The authors write:

In Fortune & Folly, each player manages their own trading house in a fantasy world set roughly in the Elizabethan era. Grow your trading company by commissioning new ships
and direct your fleets to win monopolies on key trade routes and harbors in a race to be recognized as the Queen’s Royal Trading Company! 2 - 4 players, ~60 minutes, Ages +13

City of Guilds Print And Play Game

City of Guilds is a print and play board game about gaining influence in a medieval city. Players do this by assuming the role of one of the great guilds and playing action cards.

Aguirre Print-And-Play

Aguirre is a print-and-play game about the expedition of Don Lope de Aguirre to find the gold of El Dorado. Aguirre lost his mind, and ultimately began executing his men, whom he suspected of betrayal. Ultimately, Aguirre was in turn executed by one of the few surviving expedition members.

In this game players take on the role of one of the Aguirre expedition members, trying to survive long enough to overthrow the tyrant. The game features Euro-style mechanics like role/action selection and set collection.

For 2 - 6 players.

This is one I'm going  to make.

Cthulhu Skirmish

The Cthulhu Skirmish game from Warpspawn is designed to be played on a chessboard with miniatures. Each figure represents one man or monster. I also think that it would be easily adaptable to playing as a more traditional miniatures game.

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