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Twenty Decisive Battles of the World, an expansion of Sir Edward Creasy's most famous work from a hundred years past, updating it into the 20th Century.


Turning Point Simulations (TPS), a division of LPS Inc, examines these 20 battles with a new series of boxed wargames. These games emphasize accessibility and playability, and come with hard-mounted maps and mounted, die-cut counters. Each battle is presented in a design of low complexity, but high challenge, from some of the industry's top designers.


And be sure to check out our sister publication Against the Odds!

While TPS games focus on the decisive battles across time, Against the Odds magazine investigates all of military history from a broad perspective. The economic, political, religious and social aspects of warfare are examined in concert with events on the battlefield. Get yourself truly "connected" with games and gaming by subscribing to Against the Odds! Learn more...

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The Battle of Marathon

The Battle of Marathon

"A battle that not merely settled the fate of two armies, but the whole future progress of human civilization."

-- Edward Creasy

The Battle of Marathon took place where, oddly enough, two armies confronted each other for FIVE days with almost no fighting, and Athenian democracy was put to the test as the Greek forces debated (and voted) whether or not to attack the Persians.



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The Battle of Châlons

The Battle of Châlons

Half Roman - All Business!

His father was a Roman general of “Scythian” origin, one of the original groups of powerful mounted nomads that challenged Rome. In fact he was closer to his allies and adversaries than most Roman commanders of the day - for General Aetius actually had Hunnish warriors fighting FOR him in earlier battles, and spent time with both the Huns and Goths as a honored hostage (learning much about both peoples while there.)



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The Battle of Blenheim

The Battle of Blenheim

“But ‘twas a famous victory!”

"The decisive blow struck at Blenheim resounded through every part of Europe. It at once destroyed the vast fabric of power which it had taken Louis XIV, aided by the talents of Turenne and the genius of Vauban, so long to construct."

-- Alison



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The Day of Waterloo

The Day of Waterloo

"To this day I cannot believe we lost the battle. We were maneuvered like pumpkins."

-- The Memoirs of Baron Marbot

“The battle was the nearest run thing you ever saw in your life.”

-- Wellington



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