Who’s on First?

Who cares? What matters is what’s on next?

The answer to that is on our new Projects page. The Projects page hosts all of the games we are busily working on behind the scenes. Here we offer a glimpse into what’s coming down the pike.

We’ve also added a Support page. There isn’t much on it yet. If we’re lucky, maybe it will stay that way. We moved the Product-specific downloads from the Media page to the Support page.

Our Ares Magazine Kickstarter project wraps up at midnight tonight. I think we still need to raise a few thousand dollars. If you haven’t visited Kickstarter and pledged for an issue (or a subscription), now would be a good time.

What’s on next? Star Fury Genesis. SFG is a game of tactical space fleet combat in an open science fiction universe. Units are individual ships and the time scale is a minute or so per turn. Players may play the scenarios provided or may design their own. The game has a complete ship design system with a dozen ship classes. Each ship has several ratings, including Shields, Firepower, Maneuvering, Missile Launchers, Fighter Hangars, and Utility systems. Additional technologies act as overlays to a ship design to enhance or modify the effect or use of these ratings. Players can design ships and assemble them into fleets to recreate battles from their favorite fiction.

SFG covers the first century of space combat tech. Star Fury Evolution is the next game in the series. Using the same systems, SFE provides new scenarios and technology to cover the second century of human interstellar exploration, colonization, and (gasp) empire-building.

If you aren’t into science fiction, we are looking to publish historical war games again. Our current effort is 2WW: The War in Europe. 2WW: The War in Europe is a grand-strategic game utilizing armies or army groups, air forces, and fleets. The game covers the entire conflict in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. There are two players or sides in the game. The Axis controls Germany, Italy, and all friendly minor countries. The Allied player controls France, Great Britain, the  Soviet Union, and the United States when it enters the conflict.

Dig in. Enjoy. Let us know how you like it.

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