Fourteen Days Of Discounted Titles At Shrapnel Games!
Wilmington, NC, 26 September 2012
Fall is here! Leaves are turning colors, a chill is in the air, halloween is on the horizon, and football is back. Shrapnel Games is celebrating the beginning of autumn with a fourteen day super sale event. Every currently available title in our catalog is on sale.
Check out what type of deals you can get from now thru October 9th:
Save $9.00 on:
Dominions 3: The Awakening. All out fantasy warfare. Mod friendly. Give yourself over to the dark god you call Dominions 3: The Awakening. The Blood God hungers!
Save $6.00 on:
Air Command 3.0. Originally titled Hair Command and featuring six different styles of hair, the name was later changed and from it was born the air traffic control game everyone knows and loves today.
Air Assault Task Force. Whup whup whup whup whup. Who doesn’t like helicopters? Even better, helicopters swooping out of the sky and creating havoc? From Vietnam to Afghanistan, airmobile operations in this realistic wargame.
The Falklands War: 1982. Step back in time to 1982 and wage war at the bottom of the world. Tackling a subject that has rarely been gamed, this game is to infantry combat what ATF is to armored combat. Modeling combat down to bayonet charges, this entry in the ProSIM line features everything you've come to expect from ProSIM.
Raging Tiger: The Second Korean War. The story of what happens when an angry kitty eats the leader of the DPRK. Total warfare on the peninsula in this intense real-time strategy game of modern warfare.
Salvo! You know what the problem is with wooden ships and canvas sails? They tend to catch on fire. Send your opponents to Davey Jones’ locker in this thrilling wargame of 17th through 19th century Age of Sail combat on the high seas.
Space HoRSE. He comes from beyond the stars with a message of hope. It is the Space HoRSE, of course, of course. This classic remake of the classic M.U.L.E. will have you fondly remembering the days of 8-bit computers and logging into a BBS on a 300 baud modem for ASCII porn.
The Star and the Crescent. Sure, maybe you’d like to see peace in the Middle East but peace doesn’t sell in wargames, which is why no one plays The Reconstruction of Europe Post World War Two. The Star and the Crescent covers historical and hypothetical wargaming between the Arabs and Israelis.
winSPMBT and winSPWW2. You could spend oodles of cash on 1/285 scale armor miniatures and diorama supplies or you could just play winSPMBT (modern) and winSPWW2 (gee, you think maybe WW2?) for all your tactical wargaming needs. Or you could try combining the two but we've found that the minis tend to gum up the USB ports.
War Plan Pacific. The Pacific War on meth without the rotting teeth and bleeding skin ulcers. Refight the whole war (well, from the Allied entry) until 1945 in a single session. Command fleets, air groups, and amphib assaults!
Save $5.00 on:
ATF: Armored Task Force. Because Unarmored Task Force isn’t a very exciting simulation. Command tanks and bring down the hammer of justice on all those who stand in your path. Intense and realistic, this is a wargamer’s wargame.
Battle Group Commander Episode One. Battle Group Commander is a real time simulation of modern warfare between Brits and Soviets. Knowing the Brits it probably involves tea and the Queen somehow.
BCT Commander. A hyper realistic simulation of modern ground combat, treadheads looking for realism in their games should look no further.
Bronze. Bronze is the new gold. Eurogaming on your PC. And you don’t have to worry about losing any of your meeples. Fast paced tile laying game of area conquest.
World Supremacy. So one day you’re sitting around minding your own business when you’re invaded by a horde of tanks. What do you do? Why, take the world over! Blending sensible beer and pretzels board gaming with computer gaming, World Supremacy is a violent romp of domination.
Remember, the sale lasts through October 9th!
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Timothy W. Brooks
Shrapnel Games, Inc.
PO Box 16296
Wilmington, NC 28408-6296