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Miniature wargames are a form of wargaming designed to incorporate miniatures or figurines into play, which was invented at the beginning of the 19th century in Prussia. The miniatures used represent troops or vehicles (such as tanks, chariots, aircraft, ships, etc.). The games may reflect historical situations and armies, or may be futuristic or fantasy-based.

This list compiles published miniature wargames categorized by their subject matter, genre, or time period covered in their rules. Where known, the publisher is given (or, in a few cases, the designer(s) in the case of self-published or freely distributed games), as well as the date of first publication (many games have been published in several updated editions).

Ancients[edit]

A game in play using the Warhammer Ancient Battles ruleset.
  • Age of Battles (Zvezda, 2007)[1]
  • Age of Heroes - Biblical Era V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Ancient & Medieval Wargaming (Sutton Publishing, 2007)[1]
  • Ancient Battles for Wargamers (Charles Grant, Model and Allied Publications, 1977)[1]
  • Ancient Empires (The Emperor's Press, 1991)[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (Milgamex, 1975)[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (A to Z Rules, 1997)[1]
  • Ancient Warfare (Saga Publishing, 1998)[1]
  • Arcane Warfare (Jerboa Development Team, 2002)[1]
  • Armati (Quantum Printing, 1994)[1]
  • l'Art de la Guerre (Onyx éditions, 2008)[1]
  • The Art of War (Doug Larsen & Rocky Russo, 2005)[1]
  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, 2006)[1]
  • Battlestandard Ancient Rules (Battlestandard Miniatures and Games, 2004)[1]
  • Casus Belli (Pitts & Hoover, 2009)
  • Clash of Empires (Great Escape Games, 2011)
  • Classical Hack (LMW Works Publications, 2002)[1]
  • Classic Warfare (Gary Gygax, Tactical Studies Rules, 1975)[1]
  • Conquerors and Kings (Peter Pig, 1999)[1]
  • Crusader (Crusader Miniatures, 2007)[1]
  • De Bellis Antiquitatis (Wargames Research Group, 1990)[1]
  • De Bellis Magistrorum Militum (Caliver Books, 2007)[1]
  • De Bellis Multitudinis (Wargames Research Group, 1993)[1]
  • Fast Play Rules for Ancient Warfare (Newbury Rules)
  • Field of Glory (Osprey Publishing, 2008)[1]
  • Gordian Knot (Agema Publications, 2007)
  • Greek Naval Warfare (London Wargames Section, 1972)
  • Hail Caesar (Rick Priestley, Warlord Games, 2011)[1]
  • Holy Hack (LMW Works, 1996)[1]
A game in play using the Field of Glory ruleset
  • Homeric Hack (LMW Works, 2005)
  • Hoplon (Nicolas A. Protonotarios, 2003)[1]
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, 2008)[1]
  • In Death Ground (Ruga-Ruga Publications, 2010)
  • Justified Ancients (Amazon Miniatures, 2005)[1]
  • King David (Signifer Club Vicenza, 2004)[1]
  • Legion (Fantasy Games Unlimited, 1976)[1]
  • Lost Battles (Philip Sabin, 2008)[1]
  • Macedon and Rome V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Melees Gloriosus (David P. Gundt, 1999)[1]
  • Might of Arms (Colonnade Publishing, 1996)[1]
  • Peltast and Pila (Tony Bath, Tabletop Warfare Limited, 1976)
  • PMG Ancients ([Jeff Hunt]), Portsmouth Miniatures and Games, 1997)
  • Salamis Ad Actium (David Manley, 2005)
  • Shieldbearer (Michel J Young)[2][3]
  • The Shock of Impact (Tabletop Games, 1981)[1]
  • Tactica (Quantum Printing, 1989)[1]
  • Vis Bellica (Ordered Flexibility, 2002)[1]
  • War & Conquest (Scarab Miniatures, 2011)
  • Warfare in the Ancient World (Newbury Rules, 1980)[1]
  • War Games Rules 1000 B.C to 500 A.D (Ancient War Games Research Group, 1969)
  • War Games Rules 1000 B.C. to 1000 A.D. (War Games Research Group, 1971)
  • War Games Rules 3000 B.C - 1250 A.D (Wargames Research Group, 1976)
  • War Games Rules 3000 BC to 1485 AD (Wargames Research Group, 1980)[1]
  • Wargames Rules - Ancient Period (480 B.C. - A.D. 61) (Athena, 1986)
  • Warhammer Ancient Battles (Warhammer Historical Wargames, 1998)[1]
  • Warhammer Fantasy Battle (Games Workshop, 1983-2010)
  • Warlord (Partizan Press, 2007)
  • Warmaster Ancients (Rick Priestley, Warhammer Historical Wargames, 2005)[1]
  • Warrior (Four Horsemen Enterprises, 2002)[1]
  • Warrior Kings (Two Hour Wargames, 1998)[1]
  • Wars Ancient (Magni Games, 2010)

Early Middle Ages[edit]

Middle Ages[edit]

  • A Fistfull of Miniatures (North Shore Press, 1986; Precis Intermedia Gaming, 2009)[1]
  • Ancient & Medieval Wargaming (Sutton Publishing, 2007)[1]
  • Arcane Warfare (Jerboa Development Team, 2002)[1]
  • Armati (Arty Conliffe, 1994)[1] followed by Armati II (Arty Conliffe, 2004)[1]
  • l'Art de la Guerre (Onyx éditions, 2008)[1]
Third edition Chainmail Rulebook.

Renaissance[edit]

  • Basic Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, 2006)[1]
  • Impetus (Dadi & Piombo, 2008)[1]
  • Rulettes for 16th Century Naval Warfare (Wargames Research Group, 1978)
  • Samurai Warfare (Adams & Clarke, ~1979)
  • Sword And Pistol (Tabletop Games, 1985)
  • The Road To Osaka (Daisho Publications, 1995)
  • The Universal Soldier (RAFM Company, 1977)
  • Wargames Rules - Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century (1490–1660) (George Gush, Wargames Research Group, 1976)[1]
  • Wargames Rules For Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries (1420–1700) (George Gush, Wargames Research Group, 1979)
  • Warlord II (Partizan Press, 2008)

Early Modern[edit]

Don't Give Up The Ship! Rulebook (1975).
  • Dutchman Spaniard Switzer Swede (Douglas Hubbard, Tactical Realities Inc., 1993)
  • Empire (Napoleonic) (Scotty Bowden, 1975)
  • Ever Victorious Armies (Honourable Lead Boiler Suit Company, 2000)
  • Final Argument of Kings (Seven Years' War) (Dean West, 1996)
  • File Leader! (English Civil War) (Peter Berry, Partizan Press, 1987)
  • Forlorn Hope (English Civil War) (Peter Berry & Ben Wilkins, Partizan Press, 1987)
  • Form Line of Battle (David Manley, 2000)
  • Game of War Napoleonic and 18th century (Agema.org.uk, 2007)
  • Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Sam A. Mustafa, 2002)
  • Great Captains - Linear Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Gunpowder Revolution - Renaissance Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Guns of Liberty (American War of Independence) (Eric Burgess, 1998)
  • Gå På (Great Northern War, War of the Spanish Succession) (Thomas Årnfelt)
  • Habitants and Highlanders (French and Indian War) (Canadian Wargamers Group, 1992)
  • Imperial Lances (Napoleonic Wars) (The Tin Dictator | Bob Rodgers, 2009)
  • In the Heart of Africa (Colonial Africa 1860–1899) (Honourable Lead Boiler Suit Co., unknown)
  • In the Name of Glory (David Marks, 2005)
  • Iron Duke - Napoleonics V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • It is Warm Work- Age of Sail Naval (Frank Capotorto, 2011)
  • John Company (Colonial India) (n/a, unknown)
  • King of the Battlefield (18th-century European) (Ian Godwin, unknown)
  • Kiss Me Hardy (Napoleonic Naval) (Too Fat Lardies, 2003)
  • Koenig Krieg (1688–1786, War of the Spanish Succession, Seven Years' War, American War of Independence) (Freikorps 15 and Outland Games, 1996)
  • La Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Simulations Publications Inc, 1972)
  • La Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (TSR, Inc., 1987)
  • Lasalle (Napoleonic) (Honour - Sam Mustafa, 2009)
  • Le Feu Sacré (Napoleonic) (Too Fat Lardies, 2004)
  • Le Petite Armee v4.1 (Napoleonic) (Signifer/LPA Games, 2001)
  • Matchlock; ECW Rules for 1/300th scale (Mike Smith, Partizan Press, 1988)
  • Might & Reason (18th-century European)
  • Napoleon's Battles (1989 Avalon Hill; Lost Battalion Games 2009)(Robert Coggins and Craig Taylor)
  • Patrols in the Sudan (19th century colonial) (Peter Pig, 2004)
  • Piquet (Multiple periods)
  • Pirates & Buccaneers (16th-18th century skirmish) (Tactical Command Games, 1988)
  • Pirates of the Spanish Main (WizKids, 2004)
  • Principles of War (16th century to WWI)
  • Regiment of Foote (English Civil War) (Peter Pig, 2004)
  • Republique (Napoleonic)
  • Rocket's Red Glare (War of 1812) (Canadian Wargamers Group, 1994)
  • Rough Riders (SCW)
  • Senso (Samurai)
  • Shako I & II (Napoleonics) (Arty Conliffe)
  • Spanish Fury (Renaissance)
  • The British are Coming (American War of Independence)
  • The Last Days of the Grande Armée (Napoleonic) (Operational Studies Group, 1998)
  • The Sword and The Flame (Colonial) (Yaquinto, And That's the Way It Was..., 1979)
  • The Thin Red Line (Crimean War) (Rank and File Figures, 1994)
  • To Glory We Steer (Age of Sail) (Atkins wargames) Free Rules
  • To the Banners (Renaissance)
  • To the Sound of the Guns (Napoleonic) (Tabletop Games, 1983)
  • Tricolor (Napoleonic) (TSR, Inc., 1975)
  • Tricorne (18th century) (M.O.D. Games, 1985)
  • Two Hundred Years (5mm for 1700–1900) (Tabletop Games, 1988)
  • Vive L′Empereur (Napoleonic) (Chaosium Rulesbook, 1981)
  • Volley & Bayonet (GDW Games, 1994), followed by Volley & Bayonet: Road to Glory (Test of Battle Games, 2008)
  • Warfare in the Age of Discovery
  • Warfare in the Age of Reason
  • Wargamer's Guide to the English Civil War (William B. Protz jr., 1977)
  • Wargames Rules 1750-1850 (Wargames Research Group, 1971)
  • Wargames Rules 1685-1845 (Wargames Research Group, 1979)
  • Wargaming the Age of Marlborough (Editions Brokaw, 1985)
  • Warhammer English Civil War (Warhammer Historical Wargames Ltd, 2002)
  • The Whites of Their Eyes (American War of Independence) (Canadian Wargamers Group, 1997)

American Civil War[edit]

Hardtack Rulebook (1971).
  • A Glint of Bayonets (Sergeants 3, 2005)
  • American Civil War (Cliff Knight & Peter Dennis, 1986)
  • American Battlelines (ODGW LLC, 1999)
  • Blue-Light Manual (Fantasy Games Unlimited, 1976)
  • Brother Against Brother (Stratagem Publications Ltd, 1997)
  • Call to the Colors free rules for ACW 15mm miniatures all at Yahoo site. http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/CallToTheColors/ (Fred Ehlers, 2010)
  • Circa 1863 (Bob Cooper, Tabletop Games, 1978)
  • Enduring Valor: Gettysburg in Miniature (Marek/Janci Designs, Vol.1 2002, Vol. 2 2004)
  • Fire and Fury (Quantum Publishing, 1990)
  • Hardtack (Guidon Games, 1971)
  • Iron and Fire (David Manley, 2005)
  • Ironclad (Guidon Games, 1973)
  • Gettysburg Soldiers (Larry Reber and Justin Reber, 2010), Website: http://www.gettysburgsoldiers.com
  • Honor & Glory (David Marks, unknown)
  • Johnny Reb III (John Hill, Game Designers' Workshop, 1988)
  • Kepi and Musket (Peter Morffew, 2006)
  • Mr. Lincoln's War ([Stephen Phenow, Terry Gore (game designers)], [Quantum Printing],2000)
  • Mr. Lincoln's War: Army of the Potomac and Mr. Lincoln's War: Army of the Tennessee (3W (World Wide Wargames), 1983)
  • On To Richmond (The Courier Publishing Co. Inc., 1983)
  • Rally Round the Flag (Battleline, 1975)
  • Rally Once More! V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Some Wore Blue and Some Wore Gray (Raymond (Ray) James Jackson, 2012)
  • The American Civil War (A to Z Rules, 1994)
  • Whipping Bobby Lee (Ragnar Brothers, 1990)

Colonial[edit]

  • A Good Dusting
  • Age of Empires
  • Blood and Sand
  • Colonial Adventures by Two Hour Wargames
  • Little Wars By H. G. Wells (Victorian Colonial Wars) (H. G. Wells, 1913; DBA Skirmisher Publishing, 2004)
  • Science versus Pluck, or "Too Much for the Mahdi"
  • Soldiers of the Queen (Tabletop Games)
  • Sons of the Desert (French Foreign Legion in North Africa) (Old Glory, unknown)
  • The Sword and the Flame

Industrial[edit]

  • Bugles, Boots and Saddles (Sergeants 3, 2010)
  • Chassepot & Needlegun (Franco-Prussian War) (Frontier Miniatures, 1985)
  • Grande Bataille, Grande Victoire (European Land Warfare from 1853-1871 by JW Brown) (Absinthe Press, 1991)
  • Gutshot (American Old West) (Mike Mitchell, Mike Murphy & Paul Mauer, Hawgleg Publishing, 2005)
  • Hey You in the Jail! (American Old West) (Peter Pig, unknown)
  • Imperial Splendour V 6 (Computer Moderated Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Legends of the Old West (Warhammer Historical Games Ltd, 2004)
  • Once Upon a Time in the West: Rules for Gunfight Wargames (Ian S. Beck and John D. Spencer, 1978)
  • Red Actions (Russian Civil War) (The Perfect Captain, unknown)
  • Santa Anna Rules! (Mexican and Texas Wars of Independence, Mexican-American War) (Buck Surdu and Pete Panzeri, 1998)
  • Six-Gun Sound: Blaze of Glory (American Old West) (Two-Hour Wargames, 2007)
  • Tombstones n' Tumbleweeds (American Old West) (Game Werks, 2004)
  • Warpaint (Indian Wars) (Emperor's Press/Old Glory Miniatures, 1996)
  • Western Gunfight Wargame Rules (American Old West) (Curtis Brothers, 1971)
  • Yellow Ribbon (Indian Wars) (Ulster Imports, 1988)
  • The Great Powers - Post-Napoleonic Warfare V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • They Died For Glory (Franco-Prussian War) (Quantum Printing Company, 1992)

World War I[edit]

  • Age of Dreadnoughts (Mongoose Publishing, 2009)
  • Air War 1918 (David Manley, 2007)
  • Aces at Dawn (Majestic Twelve Games, 2005)[1]
  • Algernon Pulls it Off (Too Fat Lardies, 2006)[1]
  • Blue Max (board game) Phil Hall
  • Canvas Eagles (Eric Hotz, unknown)
  • Challenge & Reply! WW1 Naval (Agema.org.uk, 2000)
  • Contemptible Little Armies (HLBS Publishing, 2002)
  • Cordite and Steel (TSR, Inc., 1977)
  • Desert Column V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Dogfight Over Flanders, WWI Aerial Combat Rules (Mike Thomas and Kev Smith, Tabletop Games, 1992)
  • Fear God & Dread Naught (Clash of Arms Games, 2000)
  • Fleet Action Imminent (Old Dominion GamesWorks, 2008)
  • Grand Fleets (Majestic Twelve Games, 2004)
  • Great War (Terry Sirk and Fred Haub, 1985)
  • If the Lord Spares Us (Too Fat Lardies, 2005)
  • Mein Panzer WW1 Data Book (ODGW LLC, unknown)
  • October Revolt (Russian Civil War) (B & B Miniatures, 1994)
  • Price of Glory (Iron Ivan Games, 2006)
  • Square Bashing 1914–1918 (Peter Pig, 1997)
  • Trench (Tabletop Games, 1975)
  • Trench Storm (The Tin Dictator/Ivan Sorensen, 2003)
  • Trench Wars (Old Glory, 2004)
  • Triumph and Tragedy (Tischrabauken Productions - Björn Reichel [3]/ 2007 )
  • Triumph of the Will (Russian Civil War, Spanish Civil War) (Too Fat Lardies, 2001)
  • World War 1 Wargames Rules (Skytrex, unknown)

World War II[edit]

  • Battlefield Evolution: World At War (Mongoose Publishing, 2008)
  • Battlefront WWII (Fire and Fury Games, 2000)
  • Blitzkrieg (Onyx Editions, 2006)
  • Blitzkrieg Commander (Specialist Military Publishing, 2009)
  • Bolt Action (Rick Priestley & Alessio Cavatore, Warlord Games, 2012)
  • Chain of Command (Richard Clarke, TooFatLardies, 2013)
  • Combined Arms (Ian Shaw, Tabletop Games, 1983)
  • Command Decision (Game Designers' Workshop, 1986) followed by version 2 and 3 (Emperor's Press 1996) and Command Decision: Test of Battle (Test of Battle Games 2006)
  • Command at Sea Vols I-VII (Clash of Arms Games, 1994)
  • Crossfire (Quantum Printing, 1996)
  • Disposable Heroes & Coffin for Seven Brothers (Iron Ivan Games, 2004)
  • Easy Eight's Battleground WWII (Easy Eight Enterprises)
  • eRules World War II (WargameSystems, 2001)
  • The Face of Battle (Meramic Enterprises, 2001)
  • Fast Micro-Armour Rules for World War II (Reginald D. Steiner, 1981)
  • Fast Rules (Armored Operations Society, 1970)
  • Final Combat (Britton Publishers, 2004)
  • Final Round (n/a, 2006)
  • Firefly (Table Top Games, 1987)
  • Flames of War (Battlefront Ltd, 2002)
  • The Fletcher Pratt Naval Wargame (Fletcher Pratt, 1943)
  • G.I. Commander (Enola Games/Navwar, 1984)
  • General Quarters (Old Dominion GameWorks, unknown)
  • Great Battles of World War II (Bruce McFarlane, The Canadian Wargames Group, 1995)
  • Grey Storm, Red Steel (Firebase Games, 1995)
  • Guts 'N Glory (GTB, 2006)
  • Hour of Glory (Warm Acre, 2004)
  • I Ain't Been Shot Mum! (Too Fat Lardies, 2002)
  • Iron Tigers V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Kampfgruppe (Historical Alternatives, 1979)[7]
  • Look Sarge No Charts (LMW Works, 2007)
  • Mein Panzer (Old Dominion GameWorks, 1998)
  • Mein Panzer Core Rules (Old Dominion GameWorks, 2002)
  • Micro Armour: The Game - WWII (GHQ, 2001)
  • Micro Tactics: Brightly Illustrated, Simplified rules for 1:144 Scale Armor (Seth Koukol, 2012)
  • Naval Action: A Simple Combat Resolution System for Model Fleets of the 1898-1945 Era (Louis R. Coatney, 1997)
  • Nuts! (Two Hour Wargames, 2005)
  • Operation Warboard (Gavin Lyall, 1976)
  • Panzer Marsch! (North Hull Wargames Club, 1999)
  • Panzer Miniatures (StrikeNet Games, 2004)
  • PanzerTruppe (LMW Works, 2004)
  • Panzer Warfare (TSR, Inc., 1975)
  • Patrol: WWII (Skirmish, WWII) (Damond Crump, 2006)
  • Poor Bloody Infantry (PBI) and Poor Bloody Infantry 2 (Peter Pig, 2000, 2006)
  • Rapid Fire! (Stratagem Publications Ltd, 1994)
  • Rules of Engagement (Great Escape Games, 2007)
  • Salvo! WW2 Naval (Agema.org.uk, 2007)
  • Schwere Kompanie (RitterKrieg, 2001)
  • Spearhead (Quantum Printing, 1995)[8]
  • Spitting Fire (Majestic Twelve Games, 2006)
  • Sturmovik Commander (Marcin Gerkowicz, 2008)
  • Tactical Commander; Rules for World War II Skirmish Wargames (Andrew Rathmell, Tabletop Games, 1982)
  • The Wargame Battletracker (Hobby Pursuit LLC, 2009)
  • Tigers and Stalins—Micro Armor Tank Rules (Mind Games, unknown)
  • Tractics (Guidon Games, 1971)
  • Troops, Weapons & Tactics (Too Fat Lardies, 2007)
  • T-34 (Strategy & Tactics Magazine, 1970)[9]
  • Victory at Sea (Nassau Naval & Military Historical Society, 1971)
  • Victory at Sea (Mongoose Publishing, 2006)
  • War Games Rules Armour & Infantry 1925-1950, (Wargames Research Group, June 1973)

Modern[edit]

  • Armis Armis Board Game [10]
  • Force on Force (Ambush Alley Games, 2011)
  • A Fistful of TOWs (A Fistful of Games, 1998)[1]
  • AK47 Republic (Peter Pig, 1997)
  • Ambush Alley! (Ambush Alley Games, 2007)
  • Armour & Infantry 1950 - 1975 (War Games Research Group, 1975)
  • Battlegroup (Ian Clarke, 2009)
  • Bulldogs Away (David Manley, 2006)
  • Charlie Company (Ulster Imports, 1986)
  • Command Decision (Game Designers Workshop, 1986)
  • Conflict 2000 (Tactical Command Games, 1996)
  • Cold War Commander (Specialist Military Publishing, 2006)
  • Corps Commander (Bruce Rea Taylor, 1986)
  • Desert Whirlwind V 6 (Computer Moderated Miniature Wargame Rules) (Computer Strategies, 2007)
  • Dogs of War (modern skirmish) (JC McDaniel, Devil Dog Design, 2002)
  • Flashpoint Vietnam (Flashpoint Miniatures, 2006)
  • Fox Two (David Manley, 1995)
  • Harpoon (Clash of Arms Games)
  • Land and Airborne Assault (Peter Morffew, updated May 2009 )[11]
  • Megablitz (Multi-period 20th century) (Tim Gow, unknown)
  • Micro Armour: The Game - Modern (1946–present days) (GHQ, unknown)
  • Modern Ops (Great White Games, 2005)
  • Modern Spearhead (Quantum Printing, 2000)[12][13][14]
  • Operation Nam (A Squad to Platoon Level Wargame for Miniatures by JW Brown) (Absinthe Press, 1992)
  • Phoenix Command (Leading Edge Games, 1986)
  • Special Forces (M.O.D. Games, 1982)
  • The Men of Company B (Vietnam) (Peter Pig, unknown)
  • Tractics (WW2 and Modern) (Mike Reese, Leon Tucker, Gary Gygax, Guidon Games, 1971)
  • Wargames Research Group Armour and Infantry 1950-1975

Other Historical/Alternate History[edit]

  • .45 Adventures (Pulp Era) (Rattrap Productions, 2005)[1]
  • All Things Zombie (Zombies) (Two Hour Wargames, 2006)
  • Ambush Z! (Zombies) (Ambush Alley Games, 2008)
  • Apocalypse: Earth Open source rules under development by JM Games
  • Chinese Takeout (Atkins Wargames) Kung Fu and Magic
  • Crimson Skies (1930s Pulp Aerial Combat) (FASA, 1998)
  • Down Styphon (Pike and Shot) (Fantasy Games Unlimited, 1977)
  • Dystopian Legions (Victorian steampunk) Spertan games, 2012
  • Dystopian Wars (Victorian steampunk) Spartan games, 2010
  • Dust Warfare (WW2, alternate timeline, mecha, pulp) Fantasy Flight Games, 2012
  • G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. (Victorian Science Fiction) (Surdu, Palmer and Beattie, 2003)
  • Gear Krieg (WW2 mecha combat) (Dream Pod 9, 2000)
  • Hard Vacuum (WW2 spaceship combat) (Fat Messiah Games, 2000)
  • Iron Stars (Edwardian spaceship combat) (Majestic Twelve Games, 2004)
  • Ironclads & Ether Flyers (Victorian Science Fiction Naval combat) (Game Designers' Workshop 1990, Heliograph, Inc. 2000)
  • Pulp City (1980s superheroes and action adventure) (Pulp Monsters, 2004)
  • Secrets of the Third Reich (Alternative WW2) (West Wind Miniatures/Grindhouse Games, 2008)
  • Soldier's Companion (Victorian Science Fiction) (Game Designers' Workshop 1989, Heliograph, Inc. 2001)
  • Zombie-A-Go-Go (Zombies co-operative) (Monomer Games, 2010)

Abstract/generic/multiple time periods[edit]

  • Brikwars (N/A, 1995)[1]
  • Digital Empires (Ancients, Medieval, World War I, World War II, Science Fiction, Fantasy) (Crunchy Frog Enterprises, 1996)
  • Gear Krieg (Mecha WW2) (Dream Pod 9, unknown)
  • ShockForce (Universal rules for miniatures) (Demonblade Games, unknown)
  • PUMMEL! ("Pick-Up, Multigenre Miniatures, Easy to Learn") (Polymancer Studios, Inc.)
  • Skirmish Wargaming (Donald Featherstone, 1975)

Science fiction[edit]

Second Edition Full Thrust Rulebook.

Fantasy[edit]

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