Battle of Ayrene’s Woods Fantasy Board Game

The Battle of Ayrene's Woods is a free print-and-play fantasy board game.

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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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Center Rock Board Game

Centre Rock is a free download and build board game from Rocket Ship games. It can be played with the included counters, but more interesting to me are the photos of the game being played with miniatures.

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Miskatonic Madness Board Game

Miskatonic Madness is a free downloadable board game from Richard Launius, the creator of the original legendary Arkham Horror board game. This is a two player game and is very well done.

Here's what Richard Launius says about the game:

this is an update of a very simple game I designed years ago and gave out a conventions to people who play-tested Arkham Horror and my more robust game designs. It is meant to be simple and in no way is comparable to Arkham Horror or Trail of the Brotherhood, but in it's own right is fun and there is a strategy to playing the game. Lastly like Lovecraft stories, the magic of this game is in the imaginations of the viewers. With imagination it is a fun little game

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Good Little Ninjas Card Game

Good Little Ninjas is a free print-and-play card drafting game. The author writes:

In Good Little Ninjas, players become inhabitants of medieval Japan. Each of the game’s seven rounds represent one day in the life of a bustling village, full of characters and opportunity.

Every day you have the chance to employ Farmers, Carpenters, Merchants and Peasants to harvest rice and construct buildings. The more daring might send Ninjas to raid the Palace Treasury, or recruit Samurai to prevent the predicted raids. You might even persuade one of the more powerful inhabitants to help you: the Daiymo, the Shogun, or even the Emperor himself!

Ultimately, the player who best uses their cunning to gain the most coins wins the game.