Entries by Columbia Games

Wizard Kings Rebooted & Ancient Armies?

Wizard Kings continues to be popular and many are saying the 2nd edition rules changes make a significantly better game. This thread on BoardgameGeek.com called Wizard Kings Rebooted explains why. Also visit the new Wizard Kings Wiki. Some consideration is being given to a new Wizard Kings expansion with armies of Romans, Greeks, Celts, Persians […]

Rome vs Rome (map updated)

Rome vs. Rome is a new proposed game from Columbia Games by Designer Justin Thompson. Rome vs Rome brings the drama of the Roman Civil War to life. Players take control of the legions of Caesar or Pompey and fight to rule Rome as Emperor. There are two campaigns: “Crossing the Rubicon” in which Caesar […]

New Quebec 1759 Labels

These new labels for Quebec 1759 are for sale separately on the bits and pieces category of Wargames on Columbia Games website. 25 red and 25 blue blocks are also required. The decoys have been replaced with 1 step detachments and there are leader blocks for Montcalm and Wolfe.

War of 1812

War of 1812 is an elegant strategy wargame depicting the Anglo-American struggle to control the Great Lakes and Canada. War of 1812 sets up in five minutes and plays in 1-2 hours. This classic game has been enjoyed by thousands of gamers for over 30 years. Unit types in this edition include artillery, cavalry, infantry, […]

Field of Daisies

Field of Daisies is an introductory adventure for HârnWorld. Although designed to be used with the HârnMaster rule system, it is generic enough for easy conversion for use with other rule systems and can easily fit into any medieval fantasy game setting. The adventure unfolds in the fief of Falkath, a small manor in northern […]

EuroFront 2 at ConsimWorld Expo 2008

Two ‘tables’ of EuroFront2 were actively played throughout MonsterCon. The ‘newbie’ game (initially under the guidance of designer Craig Besinque) stayed “on the rails” and therefore eventually came down to the Russian steppes, where the Germans were decisively stalled in S41 well short of the historical advance. With the resulting Production advantage, the Russians pushed […]