Computer Moderated Wargames Rules from English Computer Wargames

All three games on One CD for only 11.95!!!

click here to download a free demo game

for full details of each of these Game Systems, click on the image or the underlined text below

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Computer Moderated Wargames Rules  for the Period 1600 to 1789
From Cromwell and Rupert, Turenne & Marlborough to Frederick the Great, Washington & Cornwallis.
Over the Hills... has been upgraded and expanded to include the period 1600 - 1660. Now with 353 Army Lists
Customers with an existing version, may purchase an Upgrade (see below)
was...39.95

now  available only as part of An Age of Warfare

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Computer Moderated Wargames Rules for the Period 1789 to 1848
The French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon
the conflicts of the European Great Powers and beyond
to Colonial Conquest and Resistance
was...29.95

now  available only as part of An Age of Warfare

 
Computer Moderated Wargames Rules for the Period 1830 to 1904
From the Revolutions of 1830 & 1848 to the Wars of Real-Politik
European Wars, the American Civil War and Colonial Conflicts
 
was...29.95

now  available only as part of An Age of Warfare

 

 

An Age of Warfare

Incorporating all three of the above, 

Now only...

11.95

These games are only suitable for IBM compatible computers and PCs. They will run under Windows 95, 98, 2000 and XP, but not under NT.

These products are Computer Moderated Wargames Rules and require wargames figures and a tabletop, or game pieces and a map. They are not self contained animated games.

Ordering

At the moment, we can accept payments made by Cheque only, these should be made out to 
ECW or English Computer Wargames,
and should be in 's, (pounds sterling) ONLY.
  • The above prices include packing and postage within the European Union. 

  • For Air-mail delivery outside the E.U. please add 5.

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