All our equipment has been relocated to Indianapolis and is operational. We can only work on orders on the weekends at this point, and Mondays will be the official shipping dates for some time, but by summer 2019 things should be back to normal.
We are relocating our printing and cutting equipment to Indianapolis over the holidays and cannot process any orders art this time. We should be back up and running in mid January 2019. Shopping carts have been disabled.
We will be relocating to Indianapolis over the winter months and will not be available to work on orders some weeks, orders are expected to take 2-4 times longer than usual. We may even have black out periods where no orders will be taken. This process will take 6-9 months starting in mid November.
The Beta version of Caesar in Gaul computer game is ready, and a free download.
The Caesar at Alesia map has been re-engineered. We made some minor corrections. Roman ramparts (earth works) no longer extend across rivers. Roman palisades (fortification walls) are drawn only in their correct hexes. Black and Brown palisades connect when they should and are in separate hexes when they should not. Most importantly, all the hexes are numbered now. Instead of 3 boards that fit together, you get a single rolled, laminated map - in green or tan, and available in 3/4in hexes for use with our new matching 5/8 in counters.
The War at Sea Replacement and Variant counters are done.
The full game is being computerized. Set up that used to take an hour is now instant. Games are saved in the blink of an eye. Mercenaries, the Campaign Game, and all the scenarios will be included.
A remake of the original map is almost finished, that includes all of North Afrika from Casablanca to Port Said.
The project to re-engineer the VITP counters is complete with variants from The General magazine.