Vietnam Battles: Snoopy’s Nose & Iron Triangle
In the first in the Vietnam Battles series, two games are included, Iron Triangle and Snoopy’s Nose (named after a distinctive curve in one of the distributaries leading to the Mekong River). Both games utilize the very popular Fire & Movement combat system, and is easy to play.
Holy Land: The Next Arab-Israeli War
War by Television: Kosovo 1999
War by Television: If The US & NATO Had Invaded Serbia is a "what-if" simulation of the fighting that might have occurred across rump-Yugoslavia in the late summer or early autumn of 1999 if the Western alliance had decided on a groundwar to settle the Kosovo crisis. WbT is a two-player wargame of low-to-intermediate complexity that posits this might-have-been war lasting about a month, about the maximum time before the invaders' diminishing supplies, and their loss of the political will necessary to continue the fighting, would force a truce if victory had not already been achieved in the field.
The Greek Civil War, 1947-49 is a game for two players simulating the 1947-49 conflict between the government of Greece and the DSE (Dimokratikos Stratos Elladas, or “Greek Democratic Army”), the fighting organization controlled by the Greek Communist Party.
Dragon vs Bear: China vs Russia in the 21st Century is a wargame based on the premise that the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation go to war sometime in the twenty-first century. The game is an update of SPI’s East Is Red game, specifically showing the developments in warfare that have occurred in the intervening decades, and projected out to the near future. Both side’s armed forces are smaller than they were during the Cold War, but have access to modern high-tech weapons and tactics, termed in the game as Hyperwar.