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Stand Alone Games

Orcs in the Webbe started out as an online repository of scenarios and rulesets for Alternative Armies' blackpowder skirmish game, Flintloque. However, over the years several people, most notably games designer Matthew Hartley, have created fully developed stand alone games exclusively for publication on OITW.

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    Stand Alone Games

    Orcs in the Webbe started out back in 2004 as an online repository of scenarios and rulesets for various wargames. However, over the years several people, most notably games designer Matthew Hartley, have created brand new fully developed stand alone games exclusively for publication on OITW.

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  • Release the Hounds

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! A fun and fast stand alone game set in the popular Tales of Albion setting in which a group of convicts try to escape the justice of gnashing teeth following a prison break.

  • Marxism at Midnight

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! Matthew Hartley returns (again) to the ever popular Tales of Albion setting with another fun and fast stand alone game.  Can the greaving followers of the Dwarven philosopher, revolutionary and tour guide, Skid Marx, escape Hangum Highgate cemetery before the restless spirits frightens them to death !

  • The Thrill of the Race

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! Matthew Hartley once again returns to the ever popular Tales of Albion setting with this fun and fast mini-game in which two teams compete against each other in the annual Orcsfud and Kambrig boat race.

  • Tilting for Pleasure

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! A fun fast paced set of rules allowing you to play buzkashi - where teams of mounted players fight for control of the decapitated remains of a goat (A real world sport! Google it). Easily adaptable for jousts and mounted melee. Complete with rules for integrating the game into your games of Flintloque 3rd Edition.

  • May Contain Nuts!

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! During an afternoon ridiculing the sick over a bottle of grog at Bedlum a group of Londinium's over privileged upper class must fight for their lives and try and escape as they get caught in a breakout of Albion's madder citizens.

  • The Beast

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! With food running low the families of a remote village must use what little resources they have to hunt and gather food all the while wary of a fearsome beast that lurks in the nearby woods in this exclusive card driven board game.

  • The Fright Before Christmas

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! In this brand new 10,000 word adventure gamebook set in the world of Crooked Dice's 7TV you take on the role of Tweedy Mattison, a brilliant, if eccentric, scientific advisor to the British Department for Extraordinary Affairs (also known as Department X) as he investigates inexplicable accidents in a small country town...

  • The Lost Patrol

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! You must guide your section of ten soldiers out of the mysterious forest before the Darkness that lies within claims them all in this Print and Playboard game for 1 or 2 players.

  • Escape from Haydes

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! After an unclear series of unfortunate events you find yourself deep within Haydes, beneath both Londinium and the buried ruins of the old Human city of Dresda. It doesn't matter how you got here, you just have to get out before it's too late in this card game for 1-4 players.

  • Murder Run

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! In this brand new 14,000 word adventure gamebook you play as Cal bastard, a Half-Orc P.I. eking out a living in the lawless city of Edge. Waking with little memory of the night before, a dead body on the table before you and someone pounding on the door can you uncover the clues before it is too late?

  • The Hideous Game

    An Orcs in the Webbe Exclusive! There are many ways in which this world connects with others. Ideas, beliefs and, occasionaly, even people fall between the cracks. One such idea is chess. But as with anything viewed through a glass, darkly; subtle changes occur in every retelling. The Hideous Game tells of how Chess is played in Panzerfäuste's The Land.