Professional Editions
Professional Editions come with full color maps and diecut counters and game pieces.
Bloody Dawns: The Iran-Iraq War is a two-player grand strategic level card driven wargame depicting the struggle between Iraq and Iran from September 1980 to August 1988. This terrible confrontation between Saddam Hussein and Ayatollah Khomeini drastically changed the geopolitical balance of power in the Gulf and was the last Total War of the 20th Century. Its events still shape and influence those of today.
As a grand strategic card driven game with boxes, instead of hexagons, and for 4 month turns. The card driven system maintains suspense and obliges the players to coordinate carefully their actions.
Bloody Dawns : the Iran-Iraq War is designed by Pierre Razoux. He is also the author of The Iran-Iraq War, published by Belknap Press in 2015. Since 2012, he has been the Research Director at the Strategic Research Institute of the Military School (IRSEM) in Paris.
Bloody Hell
Bad Moon Rising
Test of Mettle
Fortunate Sons
September's Eagles
The Fight for Fire Base Illingworth: April 1, 1970
Three Battles from the Allied Campaign in the Lorraine, 1944
Operations Goodwood and Spring, 1944
The Anonymous Battle, March 26, 1970
Card Driven Game of The Thompson Trophy Air Races, 1929-1939
Two Games which can link together!
Three separate Games in one package!
Interactive Card Driven Game (CDG)
Desktop Published Games
Desktiop Games are sold with unmounted counters.
Mounted counters can be purchased for any desktop published game for an additional $5.00
Battle of the Wabash River
November 4, 1791
Battle of Kekionga
October, 1790
Battle of Cantigny
May 27-31, 1918
Game Design: Paul Rohrbaugh
Game Graphics: Nils Johansson
Game Design: Paul Rohrbaugh
Game Graphics: Nils Johansson
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