Combat Units™ Italy
Field Marshal Games has taken great care to bring you the Highest Quality and most Historicaly accurate World War Two
Board Game miniatures EVER MADE!
Custom IPC Chips™
These Casino grade poker chips are the perfect replacement for paper money
Each Industrial Production Chip is a 10 gram, 39mm x 3mm Ceramic poker chip!
These chips were specially designed to be exaclty 2mm larger than standard game chips.
Easier to manipulate with your fingers to stop the carnage on the board.
HBG® Battle Pieces™
HistoricalBoardGaming has produced a series of plastic gaming pieces that may be used in miniature games
such as Axis & Allies, Memoir44, and many other miniature war games.
Axis & Allies - WW1 1914
A brand new era for Axis & Allies, the First World War! For the first time ever players can experience Axis & Allies in the setting of World War I. The familiar, time-tested A&A rules have been adapted to let players control the armies of 1914. Pick up this title to enjoy a classic favorite in a whole new way! Read more
1812 - The Invasion of Canada
1812 features fast, intuitive and fun gameplay that involves teamwork and strategic planning in a historic and educational setting. This is THE GAME for people who want an enjoyable and manageable introduction to historic/conflict based games. This game is FIELD MARSHAL APPROVED. Read more
The Battle of France 1940
In this new tabletop battle, the command of the Allied or German armed forces is placed within your hands. It is not a command without major decisions. The Ardennes Forest is unguarded but dense and slow-moving. The Maginot Line is well guarded but lacking strategic positioning. Brussels seems to be on the brink of collapse. These factors plus the fog of war will test the strategic mind of each player.. Change the course of history in just a few short hours For 2-3 players. Read more
Field Marshal PLANE STANDSSolid Polished Brass $24.99
Play in style and have your fighter cover fly over the battlefield! Free up space on the board and have all of your air-power at your finger tips, rather than piled up on the board. Read more