Greetings from Revolution Games
We are in our 4th year of producing games that have solid designs, good quality components, and most importantly
are fun to play! 2015 is looking to be a great year for us. We are looking at releasing 5 to 6 new games this year!0
The tentative rel arch
Stonewall’s Sword: The Battle of Cedar Mountain
is a two player medium-sized wargame (176 counters and a 17” x 22” map) that allows you to explore the reasons why things almost went horribly wrong for the Confederates that day. The map scale is 140 yards/hex and each unit counter represents an infantry regiment or artillery battery. The game system features the Blind Swords chit-pull mechanic, which thrusts players directly into the fog-of-war of an American Civil War battlefield. Designed by Hermann Luttman.Components:
1 – 22 x 17″ map
176 – die-cut counters
1 Rule Booklet
5 Player aidsMap
The Siege of Orgun: Afghanistan, 1983 is a two player area movement game. Orgun is a strategic valley in the Paktika Province close to the Pakistan border. A large group of Mujahideen (800 strong) assaults fortified positions, including an airfield and a 19th century fortress, protected by a regiment of the Afghan Army reinforced by Soviet forces. This is a card-assisted system for the element of surprises, helping to fit in the historical events into the game (soviet advisors, night assaults, radio jamming…). Low counter density. Minimal usage of markers. Designed by Patrick Reustchmann.
1 x 22 x 17″ map
88 x 5/8″ die-cut counters
1 x Rule Booklet
1 x Player Aid
LAST BATTLE: IE SHIMA, 1945 is a two-player game that simulates Operation Indispensable, the American invasion of the Japanese island of Ie Shima, April 16 to 22, 1945. Fast, furious, and chess-like, this is a game for players who love concentrated action! It utilizes a streamlined version of the classic “area impulse” system. Designed by Mike Rinella.
Invasion 1066: The Battle of Stamford Bridge the sister battle to Invasion 1066: The Battle of Hastings has King Harold taking his Saxon army against the Vikings. A two player small format game develop by Norm Smith
The 1778 Campaign (Washington’s Crossing Expansion) is a new expansion that can be played using the Washington’s crossing map. The game simulates the 1778 New Jersey Campaign that culminated in the the Battle of Monmouth.