An annotated bibliography for Engle Matrix Games.
Armatys, J. (2003 June). 1066: A Matrix Game of a Troubled year in English History. Wargames Illustrated, 177, 50-52.
Cordery, B. (Mar 1993). The Balkans League: Rules for a Matrix Game campaign set at the time of the First and Second Balkan Wars. Wargames Illustrated, 66, 30-35.
Cordery, B. (Nov 1995). Viva La Muerta! Spanish Civil War Matrix Game. Wargames Illustrated, 98, 26-29.
Engle, C. (Jan 1994). Austerlitz: A Campaign Matrix Game. Wargames Illustrated, 76, 45-47.
Engle, c. (2000). Dar As Salaam: The 1880 British Invasion Of The Land Of Peace.
Engle, C., and Cordery, B. (Feb 1994). Save Gordon! A Matrix Game for six players and an umpire. Wargames Illustrated, 77, 46-50.
Chris Engle invented Engle Matrix Games and is the biggest promoter. He now has some commercial products.
Harman, A. (Feb 1995). Rio de la Plata: A Matrix Game of the Second British Attack upon Buenos Aires, 1807. Wargames Illustrated, 89, 30-35.
Hayes, P. (2000). Matrix Game Vietnam 1945.
Was available on-line via the Matrix Gamer forum. But has disappeared.
Price, T. (Apr 1993). Campaign Recruiting: A Matrix Game of Recruiting for DBA Campaigns. Wargames Illustrated, 67, 14-15.
Thomas, S. (2008, 31 Oct). Missing General – An Engle Matrix Game.
Tothill, C. (1988). A Load of Gauls. Wargames Illustrated, 88, 33-36.
The original Matrix Game discussion forum which was abandoned due to spam. Still interesting if you want to dig around in the archives.
The replacement discussion forum. Chris Engle is a key member of this group. They discuss the rules in general, and more significantly, they play games via the discussion forum. When I last looked they were getting ready to do a 1645 English Civil War campaign game set in Scotland. and Chris was running an ad hoc battle game to teach people about how battles were fought in this period.