Notice: We have resumed shipping to destinations outside of the USA, including Canada, the UK and Europe. Please allow for possible delays in delivery in country.


If you are "sheltering at home", this is a great opportunity to play a WDG game. We have many exciting solitaire games to choose from. Of course, two-player games can also be played by one person. And all of our games are available in PnP format which are available almost immediately by return email.


Designed by Steve Pole (War in the Pacific: 1941 - 1945), Storm in the East: Operation Barbarossa is a beer-and-pretzels, two-player game based upon the Axis invasion of Soviet Russia in 1941. One player controls the Axis forces, the other the Soviets. Storm in the East depicts the largest and most dramatic military campaign in recorded history: the German invasion of Soviet Russia. Germany and its allies had almost five million men deployed in three army groups along the 800 miles of the Soviet border. As dawn broke on 22 June 1941, the first Axis formations crossed into the Soviet Union and smashed through units charged with defending the border. 


The First Jihad
The Rise of Islam 632 - 750
The Confederate Rebellion
American Civil War
The Lost Valley
Siege of Dien Bien Phu
September Storm
The Invasion of Poland
War in the West
Jeff Davis
The Confederacy at War
World War Zed: USA
A Solitaire Strategy Game
They Fell Like Stones
Isandlwana 1879
The White Tribe
Rhodesia's War 1966 - 1980
Albuera 1811
Peninsular War
The Lion of Khartoum
Gordon's Last Stand
Margaret Thatcher's War
The Falklands 1982

We print orders on demand. Please allow up to three weeks for delivery. Our games can also be purchased from Noble Knight Games in the USA and Second Chance Games. Hexasim, Gamer's HQ, Boutique Agorajeux, Boutique Philibert, and Brave New World in Europe.  These distributors may be able to fill your orders sooner.

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"Thanks for putting out such terrific games!" - R Moses

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Margaret Thatcher's War

The Falklands 1982

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