Kriegspiel Computer Game

Kriegspiel is the name given by a French designer to his game looks like sort a sort of a cross between Chess and an Avalon Hill style wargame. It was mass produced in 1987, and now is out in a computerized version. There’s no AI, though, so you’ll have to find an opponent. It looks interesting. There are both Mac and Windows versions.

Trading Card Maker

Big Huge Labs has an online utility for creating trading cards of the Magic: The Gathering sort. But I’m sure resourceful miniatures gamers can find a more serious use for it.

Fire and Fury Scenario Generator Software

Vincent Tume offers a Fire and Fury scenario generator program. I can’t test it, because I don’t own a macintosh. But I’d really like someone out there to give it a go and tell me what its like.

Zombie Infection Simulation v2.3

Ok. This is neat. It’s a Java window that shows how fast one infected individual can destroy a population.
Zombie Infection Simulation v2.3

Historic Software Collection

The Internet Archive has an interesting collection of historic software games that you can actually run on your modern computers. Of particular interst to me was Karateka, which I played the heck out of back in the day.