But maybe you’re interested in the most famous battle that never was? Dorking 1875: The German Conquest of Britain, based on the genre-defining classic of alt-hist fiction “The Battle of Dorking”, is a reprint of the popular print-and-play game Dorking 1871 by designer Mark Wightman. Mr. Wightman changed the name upon revisiting the material, realizing that the battle actually took place a few years after the story was published. Besides the name change, there are larger counters, and a big 17×22 inch map from up-and-coming artist Ilya Kudriashov, who also gorgifies Tiny Battle’s Blood Before Richmond series of ACW games. Otherwise, the game– and Mr. Wightman’s extensive, immersive notes on armaments and tactics of the period– remains intact. Gamers can expect additional alt-hist titles in Tiny Battle’s future.