- Doctor Phalanx's Blog (New)
This blog traces my wargaming interests and related military modelling projects. The name ‘doctorphalanx’ was given to me by an online wargaming web. It amused me so I adopted it…
- Doctor Phalanx's Wargaming Pages (Old Site)
Arty Conliffe’s innovative WWII combat rules are ideal for predominantly infantry conflicts like the Spanish Civil War. They use unique mechanisms to capture the ebb and flow of infantry battle.
- India Wargamers
India Wargamers first heard of Arty Conliffe’s Crossfire rules a couple of years back. We had started gaming Piquet and were already getting addicted the variable initiative concept of Piquet and were eagerly looking out for other rules that offered simil
- Javier at War
Las Palmas, Spain – Playing all kinds of wargames for almost 25 years. Being married and with two children has drastically reduced the wargame evenings with friends.
- Kingston Irregulars
The Kingston Irregulars is a new Historical Miniature Wargaming group in Kingston MA.
- Lloydian Aspects
Nikolas Lloyd’s ‘lloydian aspects’ has lots of useful Crossfire stuff and advice for CF novices.
- Matakishi’s Teahouse
Paul Ward’s “Matakishi’s Teahouse” has some fantastic Crossfire content, including “Dad’s Army” & Carentan from “Band of Brothers”.
- Steven's Balagan
Steven Thomas’s Wargaming & Military History site wilth lots of Spanish & Portuguese Wars history and a huge amount of Crossfire wargaming material (including using it for periods other than 1930-1950)!
- Tim Marshall’s Toys
Tim Marshall’s toys has an inspirational section on Crossfire!
Site with numerous Crossfire Game Reports, FAQs, Clarifications, Expansions & Extra Rules, and more.