Victory at Sea is Mongoose Publishing's fast-playing naval warfare rules set, loosely based upon the Origins Award-winning A Call to Arms games system. Covering both World War I and World War II, players can control fleets from around the world in one off fights, historical battles or full blown campaigns - all of which are contained in the main rulebooks.
We are also proud to announce the brand new Victory at Sea miniatures range. Cast in resin with metal 'details,' these models are 3D-designed to be extremely accurate 1/1800 scale representations of the fighting ships of World War II yet extremely easy for modeller's to work with. Supplied unpainted with integrated bases featuring realistic wakes, this range is being continually added to and will grow to become one of the most comprehensive available for the discerning model collector and gamer.
Far Flung Seas is a supplement for Victory at Sea: Age of Dreadnoughts WWI naval miniatures rules. Comprising additional fleet lists, Far Flung Seas rounds out the major protagonists of the Great War. Learn More
<p>One of three British cruisers (with a New Zealnd crew) that took part in the Battle of the River Plate, the <em>Achilles </em>engaged the pocket battleship <em>Graf Spee</em> and helped bring home a much needed victory early in the war.</p> Learn More
The Royal Navy had a clear need for small, light cruisers that could be produced in large numbers. Though displacing more than their intended 6,500 tons, the Leander-class fulfilled this requirement admirably. Learn More
The Ajax aout-manoeuvred the Admiral Graf Spee during the Battle of the River Plate. Despite it being a victory won more by bluff and guile rather than effective gunnery, the scuttled Graf Spee was welcome news at a time when Britain was in the depths of its darkest hour. Learn More